Aunt Marge was my Dad's last living sibling. With her passing we have lost our connection with their generation. Marge was always kind and loving. She will be missed greatly by our family.
We were very fortunate in our family to have such a smart and benevolent lady who had a wonderful sense of humor and true to us and her self. We were all better for knowing our beloved Marjorie Jean.
Don't know why I though of Marge and checked her on internet. Marge and my mother (Donna Kilmer McCoy) were cousins and were very close during the 1930s in Wilder, as were Aunt Maude and my Grandma, Virgie. Mother felt an attachment to Marge until she died in 2009, perhaps because they were only two weeks apart in age, and this marks another transition in life; not really sad-they both had long and good lives, but a bit nostalgic. Condolences to you Billie Kay-we remember when you were in Phoenix years ago. Bob McCoy
An Amazing & inspirational lady that all young & old woman should be more alike. God Bless. My Love & prayers to everyone in her everyday life.... Especially our cousin Bille Kay
A beautiful tribute to a beautiful woman. She will not be forgotten. My condolences to Billie Kay and all of Marge's family, extended family and good friends. I loved having her in my life.
I only had the privilege of knowing Marjorie for the last few years but it was readily apparent from our first introduction that she was a strong, competent, intelligent, and charismatic woman. She was among the greatest generation that we can all admire and respect for their contributions to improve the community that we are able to enjoy today. Small towns all across the country richly benefit from the likes of people such as Marjorie Taylor and her impact will be felt for generations to come. Rest in Peace!