Marjorie Elinore Mylin Bagnold
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CLINTON CORNERS - Marjorie Elinore Mylin Bagnold, formerly of Silver Spring, Maryland, passed away, peacefully, at her home in Clinton Corners, New York on April 4, 2012.
Born in New York, New York, on February 25, 1916, Marjorie was an avid sports fan, a member of the DAR; and active in her Church, as a Sunday school teacher and Altar Guild member. She served the American Red Cross, as a volunteer nurse's aid during WWII, and gave 20 years of service to her community through the Junior League for Service, while living in Westchester County, NY.
Marjorie was a 3-year member of the Scholarship Society at Roosevelt HS, NY. She completed her college degree from Southern Seminary (now Southern Virginia University). She was very proud of her employment at the University of California, Los Angeles from 1963 to 1982, in the Department of Public Health, then as assistant to the Athletic Department Business Manager, where she also served as assistant to Coach John Wooden, and later headed the Mental Retardation and Child Psychiatry Division of Personnel at the Neuropsychiatric Institute. She continued to work at the University through their Emeriti program until age 80.
After her retirement, Marjorie moved to Laguna Hills, where she devoted much of her time to the Mission Viejo Chapter of the DAR and served as Chapter Regent. Later she moved to Silver Spring, MD where she continued her membership in the Chevy Chase DAR Chapter, as well as developing new life-long friendships.
Marjorie is predeceased by former spouse Hal Randall, Sr.; Philip A. Bagnold; and her son, Harold Mylin Randall. She is survived by her daughters Lisbeth Bagnold and Barbara Bagnold-Armstrong and her son-in-law Stuart Armstrong; grandchildren, Steven (Kathleen McDonald) Randall, Kathryn Zinn, Marjorie (Joe) Markle, Jennifer (Keith) Senft, Kristine (Chris) Burnell, (Christopher) Kit (Janene) Randall, Sarah Herr and Samantha (Drew) Welborn; step grandchildren Kevin Lamonia (Laura), Chris Lamonia (Dawn), and Todd (Kathryn) Lamonia; great- grandchildren, Landes and Sam Randall, Kari Harmon, Eric and John Alexander Zinn, Zachary and Brady Markle, James and Jayson Senft, Timothy Burnell, Ashley, Jessica and Grace Randall, Jackson Saylor and Matthew Welborn; step great-grandchildren, Thomas, Andrew, Charlie, Calvin, and Vincent; great-great grandchildren, Miranda and Kaitlyn Harmon, Samantha and Nathan Zinn; and her cousin Linda Mylin Ross.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 1:30 PM at Grace Episcopal Church, 3328 Franklin Ave, Millbrook, NY. Marjorie will rest at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, NY. Marjorie will always be remembered for her love of her family and friends, church and country as well as her intelligence, beauty, and passion for art, dramatics, antiques, ancestry, history, convertible cars, and the New York Yankees.
Memorial donations may be made to the Disabled American Veterans.
If you would like to sign a guest book for Marjorie, please visit www.HudsonValleyFuneralHomes.com.
Arrangements are under the direction of Allen Funeral Home, Millbrook, NY.
Published in the Poughkeepsie Journal on Apr. 15, 2012