Nora, Megan and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. All of you took such wonderful care of your mom. May God surround you with his love and strength.
I will always remember Aunt Marty for the bright intellect and shinning heart that defined the person she was.
Her love of the founding fathers, especially Jefferson and the principles that drove them to define a country had it's influence in the way she lived her life. I always remember that about her.
She can now keep company with all the great people she admired in life and the family that she forever held close to her heart.
May your steps continue through our hearts and your example ever be kept alive in the way we treat each other.
Forever in my heart,
I will miss her. Ms. Marjorie was a kind person and I learned a lot from her. I had just moved from Iran as a young adult and missed my family a lot. She knew that I liked sending cards to my family in Iran; she also knew that I enjoyed oil/acrylic painting so she gave a box of post cards that were prints of Van Gogh's paintings. I keep her family in my thoughts and prayers. LOTS OF LOVE
I remember working with Marjorie for quite a few years. She was always friendly, helpful and professional. I always enjoyed working with her and knowing a few members of her wonderful family. My sincerest condolences - Sid Lister
Marjorie was such a blessing to all of us at Prodigy Child Development Center. My sixteen year old niece was in her class when she was two and just she said, "Oh, I loved how Ms. Marjorie told stories." She was loved, respected, and admired by all who worked with her. She touched many young lives and inspired a love of reading in all who passed through her classroom. My condolences to the family.
Prodigy Child Development Center