Marjorie Lillybell Traube Marjorie Lillybell Traube left this earth to join our Heavenly Father after losing her courageous fight with metastatic cancer on July 9, 2013, following a tremendous battle of reoccurring cancer that spanned over two decades. Margie was born on August 5, 1947, in Arcata, California. She is preceded in death by her father, Stanley Huber; mother, Lita Barnes; brother, Stanley Huber; and dear friend whom she considered a daughter, Elizabeth Town. She has left behind two daughters, Sarah Timmons and Jayme Traube (Johnny); her children's father and lifelong friend, James Traube; her beloved grandchildren, Aiyana Rose Timmons and Emelia Bell Hale; along with countless family, chosen family and friends. Margie moved to Lake County in 1988 to be close to her mother and start her business, Margie's Total Hand and Foot Care. She dedicated her life to helping others, spent the majority of her time assisting in her children's and grandchildren's activities; coached her daughters' soccer team and volunteered many days at her children's and grandchildren's schools. In the mid '90s she volunteered her time on numerous Sundays to cook for the senior center. She also spent countless hours assisting those who were homebound by running errands and performing daily chores out of the kindness of her heart. Everything she has ever done was done whole heartedly and full of love. Along with her warm smile and open heart, she has cared for and inspired all who have crossed her path, even opening her home to those in need. Margie didn't know a stranger, all that were honored to know her loved her. She has left an imprint on everyone's heart that will last a lifetime. Margie was an avid gardener, she spent countless hours tending to her flowers and numerous species of wild birds that made Margie's yard their home. Above all, Margie has selflessly dedicated the last 15 years of her life to raising her two grandchildren, Aiyana, age 15, and Emelia, age 3, (children of Sarah Timmons). They were her world, she went above and beyond to honor, love, protect and provide for them each and every day. Margie will be greatly missed in the lives of many but her legacy will forever live on. A Memorial Service and Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, August 3, at Pine Acres Resort (Blue Lakes) clubhouse. Services will start at noon. A Memorial Fund at Chase Bank, account number 995049442, has been set up to assist with her memorial expenses. Please contact Jayme Traube at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding Margie's service. Please share your memories by signing the guest book at www.legacy.com.
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Published in Lake County Record-Bee from July 20 to July 26, 2013