Marlyn Flee Obituary, Death – Marlyn Duane Flee, who had lived in Englewood all he life and had reached the age of 80 when he passed away at Hospice of Dayton on December 2, 2022, did not suffer from any discomfort or suffering in the days leading up to her passing. He was born in Xenia, Ohio, on June 4, 1942, to the late Milbourne Flee and Helen (Flint) Flee, who both predeceased him. His formative years were spent in Washington Court House, Ohio, in the United States. Both of his parents have passed away at this point in time.
Marlyn attended the University of Cincinnati for both his undergraduate and graduate work, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Urban Planning from the University of Cincinnati. He held the position of Township Administrator for Harrison Township throughout those 25 years of employment there. The state of Ohio is home to Harrison Township. After he retired, he ran for a seat on the Englewood City Council and the Englewood Planning Commission, both of which he won, bringing to fruition a long-held goal of his to fulfill his lifelong dream of being of service to his community.
During a sizeable chunk of their time at the Concord United Methodist Church in Englewood, both he and his wife Judy were actively involved in a variety of the events and activities that went place there. Throughout her career, Marlyn was a skillful woodworker who produced a lot of gorgeous pieces of furniture. During this time, she worked on a variety of different projects. As a result of the fact that it was one of the things that they enjoyed doing together the most, they went on trips to many other countries and continents, such as the United States of America, Canada, South America, and Europe. Marlyn placed the highest importance on being able to spend time with the people he cared about the most, and this was the aspect of his life that he cherished the most.