Marion is a New York State Senate Woman of Distinction. She received the Louis E. Yavner Citizen Award from the New York State Board of Regents for her outreach to schools, religious groups, and civic organizations throughout the United States and abroad.
Marion was made an Honorary Citizen of Peoria by proclamation of the mayor. She received a special citation from the City of Bayonne, New Jersey.
Marion was made an Honorary Citizen of the City of Hoya, Germany, in November 2014.
Marion was given keys to the City of Ammon, Idaho, the City of Galesburg, Illinois, and the City of Owensboro, Kentucky.
Marion was awarded a special Congressional Citation for her work in Holocaust Awareness and Education.
Marion was inducted into the Bradley University Centurion Society, and named a Distinguished Alumnus of Peoria Central High School.
Marion has been awarded Hadassah honors, including the National Leadership Award and the Myrtle Leaf Award. She has been honored on 2 occasions by the Five Town Jewish Council, and by the Conference of Jewish Organizations of Nassau County.
Marion has been honored by the Jewish Theological Seminary, and received the Eishet Chayil (Woman of Valor) Award from the Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Center. Marion was awarded the Community Service Award by Young Israel of Hewlett, and honored, along with her husband, at the first Testimonial Dinner of Congregation Ahavat Yisrael in Hewlett, New York.