Marcy Jean McNeill passed peacefully in her sleep last Wednesday, having enjoyed a long, interesting and adventurist life. She was born in Terre Haute, Indiana, April 18, 1921 to William and Fay Bauer. Marcy was a graduate of the University of Nebraska where she was an active member of the Alpha Phi sorority. She met her husband, Roger F. McNeill, MD, as he was entering medical school. They married in 1945 and raised two children, a daughter Nancy (Ziemba) and a son Douglas in Grosse Pointe Park. Marcy and Roger traveled around the world several times but found Switzerland their special place. In one excursion, they climbed sections of the Matterhorn mountain. Their Colorado cabin showcased a number of Swiss architectural elements. Her love of Colorado grew through her many hiking and Jeeping trips, including her summit of Long’s Peak, a 14,000 foot mountain, several times with her family. Her energy level was abundant, often being referred to as the “Energizer Bunny”. Marcy chaired the Women’s Auxiliary of Bon Secours Hospital, served on the Junior Goodwill Board, and volunteered at many community events. She was an avid tennis player with her tennis group at the Lochmoor Club and played in various bridge groups for many years. Along with her husband, Marcy loved the University of Michigan football team, and was a faithful fan and attendee for 60 years. But most importantly, she was loved by her family and many friends. She will be missed. She leaves behind two children; Doug McNeill (Anne) and Nancy Ziemba (Michael), four grandchildren; Lindsey McNeill, Jeff Ziemba (Jamie) , Scott Ziemba (Joanna) and Luke Terra (Megan), and six great-grandchildren; Sidney Ziemba, Cole Ziemba, Michael Ziemba, Finn Ziemba, Anum Terra and Orin Terra.