Marjorie S. Couch


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Light A Candle:
light a candle,
see it glow,
watch it dance,
when you feel low,
I have not left,
I am not gone,
I'm here to stay
so when you light a candle
and you see it glow
and you watch it dance
in your heart you'll know
that I would never leave you
even when you feel so blue
I'm sitting up here with the Lord
and now watching over you! I love you my dear, I will miss you xoxo ((hugs))

Some pass through ones life, most leave without a trace. However, there are a special few that engrave the heart. I have been very fortunate to have shared some of lifes moments with Mrs. Couch and the Couch family. My sincerest sympathies, thoughts, and prayers are with you all.

My deepest sympathies remain with the Couch family as they suffer the loss of mother, grandmother and friend. Most recently I had the good fortune to re-acquaint myself with Margie and found that she kept and exuded the finest qualities of southern gentility, charm and manner. May you rest now peacefully and in the arms of our loving Christ and loved ones passed. Until we meet again at the grand re-union, and as your family mourns their loss, you and yours shall remain in my prayerful...

So sorry for your loss. my thougths are with you, Leslie Pal(formerly powell) from Cincinnati, OH. I may be moving to the area.


Marjorie's Obituary

Marjorie S. CouchVirginia Beach - Marjorie S. Couch passed away on April 7,2013 . She was born April 8, 1930, daughter of the late Josephine Irwin and Jesse Bannister Slaughter. She was predeceased by her husband of 61 years, Thomas Autrey Couch; sister, Doris Watts and sister-in-law, Lorene...

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