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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 20:11

Belgium resident Marilyn D. Bors, 76, died at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton on Thursday, Dec. 13.

    Mrs. Bors was born in Milwaukee on Oct. 6, 1936, to Edwin and Clara Liebnitz Schlicke.

    She married Carl Driebel on Oct. 22, 1955, inn Milwaukee.

    Mr. Driebel died in 1983.

    On April 4, 1992, she married James Bors at Welling Park Lutheran Church in Milwaukee.

    The couple moved to Belgium where they raised their family.

    Mrs. Bors worked as a receptionist at a bank and later at a doctor’s office in Cedarburg before retiring in 2007.

    Mrs. Bors was an active member of First Reformed Church in Cedar Grove.

    She enjoyed baking butterhorns and cookies, reading and doing a variety of needlepoint projects, including making dish towels for her grandchildren.

    “She was very fun, very energetic and she enjoyed being around people,” her daughter Nancy Niebauer said.

    Mrs. Bors is survived by her husband Jim of Belgium; children Michael (Sandy) Driebel of Saukville, Robert (Daun) Driebel of Juneau, Donald (Cindy) Driebel of Jackson, Nancy (Kevin) Niebauer of Belgium and James (Julie) Driebel of New Berlin; grandchildren Jon Driebel, Daniel Driebel, Nicole Driebel, Jennifer (Bret) Vukich, Danielle Driebel, Bryan Driebel, Matthew Driebel, Emily Driebel, Sara Driebel, Natalie Driebel, David Niebauer, Amanda Niebauer, Allison Niebauer, and step-grandchildren Alissa (Eric) Novak and Robert Christenson.

    She is further survived by her brother Donald (Edith) Schlicke of Marble Falls, Texas.

    In addition to her first husband Carl Driebel, Mrs. Bors was preceded in death by her parents Edwin and Clara Schlicke and her brother Richard Schlicke.

    A funeral was held Monday, Dec. 17, at First Reformed Church in Cedar Grove.

    Interment will be at Pinelawn Memorial Park in Milwaukee.

    Memorials to a charity of choice are suggested.

    Eernisse Funeral Home in Belgium handled arrangements.

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