Marianne McLaughlin

Marianne McLaughlin, 68, of Pearland, TX., was born October 8, 1952 in Houston, TX., passed away peacefully in her sleep and was received by her Lord on December 29, 2020.

Marianne is preceded in death by her parents, Tommy and Janice McLaughlin; and brother, Paul McLaughlin.

She leaves behind her brothers: Johnny, Doug (JoBeth), and Jim McLaughlin, her nieces Molly Sullivan (Matt), Emily Siscoe (Derek), Kelly McLaughlin, and Jennifer Walker, her nephews: Justin and James Walker; her great nephew: Eli, Nathan, and Benjamin Sullivan; her great nieces: Josie Siscoe, Jesslynn and Brooklynn Walker; numerous friends, a host of friends and co-workers at Amegy/Zions Bancorp who brought her great joy every day

Visitation will be held at St. Helen Catholic Church in Pearland at 9 a.m. with a funeral mass to begin at 10 a.m. January 4, 2021. Burial to follow at Forest Park Lawndale in Houston.

Masks and social distancing protocols will be required at the service and cemetery.


  1. You will be greatly missed. Your smile, your happy personality. Your willingness to help others. Being there to talk to about anything. Rest in peace my friend. May the joy you brought to others stay with you.

  2. Your friendliness, willingness, happiness, knowledgeable and kindness was always a phone call away. You were a great coworker and friend. I will hold close the memories and experiences we shared. You will be greatly missed! Rest in peace.

  3. I will miss working with you and the positivity you brought on a daily basis to those of us that were lucky enough to work with you. I always enjoyed the times I was able to travel to Texas and talk with you in person and the laughs we shared together. I know we had some times that were less than fun with system issues, but those don’t stick out in my mind as I think of the time we worked together. This is a testament to your great personality and how you influenced those around you for the better. Thank you for making my work days that much better!

    Nathan Ellison
  4. I am so sorry for your loss. I’ve known and worked with Marianne for about 15 years. She was one of the kindest people I’ve ever known and I’ll miss her kind spirit, optimism, and her infectious laugh. Our thoughts are with you.

    John Madaras
  5. The world is just a little bit darker now without Marianne’s kindness and quiet strength. Heaven is just a little bit brighter now with her warm smile and laughter.

    Veronica George
  6. One of the kindest people I’ve known. Always had a smile and attitude that would make the day of those around her better. You will be greatly missed.

    Paul Oliver
  7. We are so sorry for this great loss, Doug, JoBeth and all of the McLaughlin family. She was a wonderful person, daughter, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, and coworker to many. She was a quiet, kind presence at all our family gatherings at the Bay, putting up with our loud and obnoxious family! We know she was loved by many, especially her family and she loved you all back. She will be missed. Sending prayers and hugs.


    Randy and Colleen

    Colleen Peacock
  8. I’m so sorry for the family that Marianne has left behind. She was a truly great friend to me and my heart hurts every time that I think of her sweet spirit. I and so many others will miss her. Until we meet again my friend.

    Elizabeth Cracroft
  9. Rest in Peace Marianne.
    To her loved ones…. take comfort knowing she was VERY WELL LIKED at Zions. She and I shared a few laughs(I only knew her a short time). She was SUPER friendly and great at her job. She will be missed!!

    Russell Coryell
  10. God bless you Marianne – you were always a pleasure to work with and I so enjoyed your sense of humor and chuckles. You will be greatly missed.

  11. The world lost one of the good ones when Marianne passed away. She was always so positive and fun to work with. She was always willing to help me out, even when she was busy with other things. She will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers to her family at this time.

    Rich Mason
  12. Marianne was a kind and especially thoughtful coworker. She made me laugh and was ever-patient in helping me learn more about her area of expertise. She mentored junior and senior-level employees with encouragement and support. She was also one of the women who helped pave the way for more women working in technology and I will miss her.

    Kim Grant
  13. My heart breaks for your loss. Marianne is truly one of a kind. I enjoyed working with her for 12 years. I remember her kindness, laugh, and dedication to her job. She was still working during this challenge. May her soul be at peace. She will truly be missed on the job and by so many. May her memory be a blessing to all as it is to me.

    With love,

    Tayarisha “Taya” Blanchard

    Tayarisha Blanchard
  14. I will miss Marianne’s gentle soul. She was kind, strong, generous and filled with goodness.

    Karl LeBaron
  15. I worked with Marianne here at Zions Bank for many many years on the Account Reconciliation application. She was a joy to work with and she will be missed immensely!!! My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

    Troy Wardle
  16. Marianne was so knowledgeable and would always go the extra mile to help anyone out. Every time you talked to her you could hear her smile in her voice. She will be dearly missed.

    Chelsea Reeder

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