Died May 6, 2018 in Holland, Michigan. Marylin was born June 11, 1932 in Battle Creek, Michigan, to the late Wyllis and June (Wilcox) Kinsey. She was united in marriage to Richard Henline on September 25, 1949. Marylin worked at numerous jobs including the Grand Trunk Railroad, a meat cutter at Wrigley's Supermarket, a wood worker at the Charlotte Chair Factory and General Aluminum in Charlotte making window and storm doors. After retirement, she moved to Florida where she enjoyed doing stained glass, porcelain dolls, was a great seamstress, and had a passion for playing and watching tennis. She was a lifelong member of the VFW. Marylin passed away at her daughter's home in Holland, Michigan. She is survived by a daughter Cindy (Henline) and Lloyd Helder of Holland, a son Gary and Anita (Lingholm) Henline of Charlotte, Michigan; grandchildren Timothy and Holly Helder of Gowen, Michigan, Deborah (Helder)and Jeffrey Saad of Wilmette, Illinois, Susan (Henline) Cuttle of Charlotte, Michigan, Kristy (Henline) Cordts of Tecumseh, Michigan; great-grandchildren Avery Helder, Nicholas Helder, Evelyn Helder, Jackson Saad, Mari Saad, Quinten Saad, Alex Cuttle, Zach Cuttle, Jersey Steele; sisters Marion (Carl) Warren, Marjorie Dameron; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Richard Henline, brothers George Kinsey and Gerald Kinsey. A committal service at Fort Custer National Cemetery will be scheduled early summer. Arrangements by Lakeshore Memorial Services, 11939 James St., Holland, MI 49424. Memorials in Marylin's name may be directed to Hospice of Holland, 270 Hoover Blvd., Holland, MI 49423.