April 5, 1933 -
August 9, 2014
Marjorie Farrow was loved by all who met her. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandma (granny), great-grammy , and friend. Her vow to God was family always was her priority. Her greatest pride was having her whole family together. Marjorie was always there to help, lend an ear, and of course a big hug. She will be missed greatly! She is rejoined now with her husband, Eugene Farrow, her daughter, Peggy Reich, and her brother, Raymond in heaven. She will remain in our hearts forever!
She loved to read and have tea parties with her family. Easter was her favorite holiday. She loved all the beautiful flowers and especially decorating Easter Eggs. She loved making Christmas cookies with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Baking was always something she loved to do. Her favorite place to eat was Trails End for chili dogs, where we just celebrated her 81st birthday in April. She also loved to talk about all her great memories with Grandpa Eugene. She loved him just as much today as she did when they first met. She had a great faith in God. If she was writing this she would have wanted the whole family to know how much she loves them! She would have also thanked each and every family member for all the help, love, and support that was given to her! May God Bless Marjorie Hazel Farrow, our Angel in Heaven!
She is survived by her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren: Pat (Larry) Farrow. Kathy (Garry) Winchester- Wendy (Scott) Okon, and Rayleigh. Tim (Wendy) Winchester, Noah and Allie. Bill (Heather) Winchester, Macy, and Tess. Peggy (Craig) Reich- Shannon (Kevin) Hayes, Kira Kleinschmit, and Conner Hayes, Katee (Jerod) Bastianello, Reed, and Claire, Brett Reich. Judy (George) Oaks- Kasey (Angie), Kaleb, and Abram. Alison (Greg). Vicki (Gary) Farrow- Jessica. Bill (Denise) Farrow- Olivia (Eliza), and George.
Funeral Services will be held Wednesday August 13, 2014 at 1 p.m. at Konrad-Behlman Funeral Home Eastside. Visitation 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Burial will be at Lake View Memorial Park.
The family would like to thank the ER staff at Aurora Medical Center and the Deacons at First Presbyterian Church.
Published in Oshkosh Northwestern on Aug. 13, 2014