Our dear sweet Margie, it's been a year since you left us. We miss your happy loving you so much. We wish you were still here with us. We love you. Beth
We miss you Grandma Margie!!
This is Christmastime. Your favorite time of year. Filled with happiness, love, children, and family. It's not like that this year. Having you gone makes it hard to celebrate without feeling like a hypocrite. We have lost "3" major family members in year 2012. Your death was the most unexpected. We miss your presence and so wish you hadn't died as you were the most innocent of all. We are not celebrating this year. We are thinking of you in sadness and wish we could rewind to give you more love and happiness you deserved. You will be in our hearts forever. I hope to someday meet someone as loving, caring, innocent , trusting and honest as you .
Margie I will miss you. Your smile and outlook on life was an inspiration to me for over 60 years. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of you and your family.
So sorry to hear about Marge's passing. She was a wonderful person and great violinist/fiddler-jammer. We met at Faith's Meet-Up last Spring and played Ashokan Farewell as a duet on our violins-- so lovely. I was engaged elsewhere last Saturday, and only heard about the news after the event. Thanks to those of you who attended the service. Margie will be singing and playing with the angels, no doubt-- she was an angel, already. Miss her.
We had the fortune of meeting Margie at an acoustic jam session in Folsom at the Karma Cafe earlier this past year. We were new to her group, but she made us feel like we'd been part of the gang forever. She was always smiling and we really liked her fiddling, too. It is sad to think she is so suddenly gone from us. Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss. It is inspiring that she found time to touch others in love in spite of her busy life. - Anton & Priscilla
Margie, the members of acoustic jam will always remember your musical contributions to our group, fun loving playing style, warm and friendly smiles, and genuine character. We all miss you already.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Jerry and Margie's family. Margie's sweet nature and kind heart were beyond belief. She will be greatly missed and forever loved ~ Kelly & Ryan Vierra
Deepest condolences to those closest to her. Marjorie's smile could warm a room, and she played a sweet fiddle at the Acoustic Jams. She is missed by many I know.
My heart goes out to you at this time and in the days ahead.
Marge was really one of the nicest and sweetest persons that I've had the honor of knowing. She seemed to always have a warm smile when greeting you, and kind words to say about someone.
Being colleagues at work the past seven years, we often chatted on a wide range of topics. Such a smart, caring, sensitive, and open-minded person! I will miss her so much.
My deepest condolences to Jerry, Rachel, and her family.
Marge's passing is a shock to those of us in the Acoustic Jam MeetUp Group. The last time we saw Marge was at our August Jam. As usual Marge and her fiddle were fitting in perfectly with every song that she played. And she was also friendly to all and greeted each of us with her great smile. She shall be missed. She liked playing "Ashokan Farewell" and I will remember her with that song.
I met Marge through music - it was a happy moment when I realized she could play the fiddle really well and she LOVED to play. Such a nice person. The last time I saw her she said she wasn't feeling very good. This happened awfully fast. I am so sorry for your loss.
Marjorie played beautiful sweet music and touched many people with her smile. I will miss her.
Sadly I didn't have the opportunity of getting to know Marjorie better. In the brief time I spent in her company I enjoyed her engaging smile, quiet, intelligent, presence and her seeming inner joy. My heart goes out to her daughter Rachel, and to her extensive family. Donna Thomson,Canada
I enjoyed many neighborly chats with Marge, and many late evening walks through our neighborhood. She was a sweet-spirited smiley-faced kind-hearted woman. I will miss my friend.
Dear Jerry and Family, It's so hard to think she left this world so soon.My Prayers are with you all and I do know she will be Dearly missed.You all have had your share of losses with your Family.What a Beautiful woman and she will never be forgotten.Cherish your Memories, memories are all our Loved One's leave for us to Love and Remember.Oh what memories mean when the one you Love has passed.Always Remember We Don't Say Good-Bye We Say We Will See you Later.Rest in Peace. Your Friend Cindy
I never had the honor to meet Marjorie, but all who knew Jerry saw how he loved her, what a light she was in his life. Now my heart breaks, I am crushed and saddened. The world is poorer for the loss of one beautiful smile.
Jerry, if Ruth and I can help in any way, please let us know.
In the two years I knew her, Margie became one of the dearest friends in my life. She was truly a kindred spirit; I'll never forget our musical excursions, some of the best times of my life.
Marjorie was such a sweet, loving and happy person. It's still so hard to comprehend she is no longer with us. We miss her dearly and our thoughts and support go out to her family.
Diane and I are deeply saddened by your loss. Margie was a beautiful woman with a big heart. I really enjoyed any time spent with her, but especially the time spent playing music with her. She is missed and you both will be in our prayers.
God bless, Jerry and Diane
Margie Bachman, you were a kind and always cheerful person who will be dearly missed by all of us who were so fortunate to have been touched by your caring and kind personality. You and Jerry were a perfect couple and your time together was way too short.
You were a calm, sweet voice of reason amidst our family's chaos and will be greatly missed. Marky and Addy will always remember you as their kind, cuddling, loving grandma, the best grandma a kid could have. We love you Margie.