Maribelle Severine

Maribelle Scott Severine

Monday, January 21st, 1929 - Friday, April 24th, 2020
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Maribelle Scott Severine, 91, passed away from natural causes April 24, 2020 at the Towne House in Fort Wayne, IN. She was born in Tekamah, NE January 21, 1929 to David Clark and Dorothy (Thompson) Scott. On August 21, 1949 she married the love of her life, Rodney G. in Tekamah. They were married nearly 70 years before Rod’s death in June 2019. Maribelle attended Wayne State Teachers College in Crete, NE and then taught school before starting their family. After her children were older, she worked part-time as a First Presbyterian Church preschool teacher. She also volunteered with several organizations. In the years before she lost her sight, she was a seamstress, quilter, and crafter, blessing her family with hand-made items. Maribelle was also known for her delicious cookies, baking for every holiday and special occasions. She was a Jubilee member of First Presbyterian Church. She is survived by daughters Sara S. (Dennis) Cowley and Patricia S. (Butch) Pine, both of Ft Wayne; daughter-in-law Lynn Severine; sisters Priscilla Holm and Suzanne (Walter) Mader; 8 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren as well as nieces and nephews. The family wishes to thank the caring staff of the Towne House and Heartland Hospice. Maribelle was preceded in death by her husband, Rodney and son, Scott. There will be a private memorial service at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Heartland Hospice or BHI Foundation COVID Employee Support, designating The Towne House as the recipient To sign the online guestbook, go to
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Jean Linville

Posted at 03:47pm
So sorry to hear of you loss. I was a neighbor in Northcrest, fellow church member and worked with Maribelle in the First Presbyterian Church pre-school.

Jeff Kline

Posted at 04:07pm
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the entire Severine family.
Growing up in Northcrest with all the wonderful families was a blessing. I spent many hours with Scott and walking to Northwood Jr. High and back from practice everyday with him and the rest of the Northcrest group. Mrs. Severine always welcomed me when I came to their house. She was a great roll model for all parents to be. Thank you Mrs. Severine.
Jeff Kline

Kathryn Bloom

Posted at 05:10pm
Sending sincere sympathy to the family. My memories include Rod preparing my taxes, chatting while exercising at Parkview,
occasionally seeing them dishing up ice cream at Towne House. Special hugs to Patty. I have been at St Anne's in an apt since Oct 3, 2017. grateful to be here. The isolation is the the pitts !!! I was born in August of 1929 so Maribell and I had lots in common. I even have Scotts in my genealogy so we ARE PROBABLY RELATED. I like to think so . Stay safe and well.
Kathryn Bloom (Mrs. Nick)

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