Marjorie Rose Dau|
Marjorie Rose Dau, was a Seattle native who lived in West Seattle her entire life. Marge graduated the University of Washington 1948 with a degree in Interior Design and she volunteered as a nurse's aide during the WWII.
Her entire working career was spent at Bell Telephone, where she gave a lot of her own time to their volunteer group, the Pioneers. Marge worked with the children's support program, dressing as a clown providing kids a needed laugh.
When she retired she put her design skills to work at Admiralty House Antiques in West Seattle, which she owned with her husband Fred. In this new career she became an expert in all things Christmas, a time of year she truly loved.
Marge had a positive outlook and gave to many local charities. She was very supportive of her family and friends throughout her long life.
She is survived by her husband Fred Dau, her brothers Donald and Richard Voris, as well as many nieces, nephews and extended family members. We will miss her very much.
A memorial service and celebration of Marge's life will be announced at a later date.
Published in The Seattle Times from Jan. 8 to Jan. 9, 2013