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Marjorie Waldron

Aberdeen - Marjorie Waldron, daughter of the late Goldie (Brown) and Hiram H. Case, is now part of the ages drawing her final breath on Thursday, March 01, 2018 at the spry age of 88. Marjorie was born and raised in Flemington, N.J. until she married.

She married John W. Waldron July 1949 and was devoted to him until March 1, 2018. During this time she, with some help from John W., produced three children: Jeffrey V.H., John C., and Leah Ann. After getting married, Marjorie bounced around the country while finally settling in Holmdel for 24 years and upon John W's retirement lived in Aberdeen. While in Holmdel, Marjorie raised two impish brats and Leah, was the chief cook and bottle washer of the household, maintained the family finances, church secretary, sang in the Holmdel Community Church choir, and played hostess whenever John W. wanted to entertain. She started driving a school bus while Christ was walking on the Earth and finally retired from bus driving with the Holmdel Board of Ed in 2008.

Marjorie is now reunited with her parents Goldie and Hiram, her brother "bud", her husband of 65 years the Rev. John W. Waldron, her eldest son Jeffrey V.H., her daughter Leah Ann, and other friends and family that had gone before her and now welcomed her into Heaven. For those who are left behind there is her daughter in law Gail (Engel) and Marjorie's son John C., along with five grandchildren Kaes E., Aaron J., Leah L. Malali - Waldron and husband Duhan, Caileen J. and the last but not least Jessalyn H. Any great grandchildren walking the Earth we're unsure.

Marjorie was a loving wife and mother. She shed a lot of tears over her children and ruled with a metal slotted spoon in hand. Marjorie made sure her children had everything they needed to succeed in life with what little there was to work. She cherished both her lifelong and new friends. Marjorie was very proud of her grandchildren. She practiced what she taught and helped out many, quietly, throughout her life.

As it was her desire and wish, there will be no services to remember her by. As a remembrance, donations to the John C. Waldron retirement fund would be much appreciated or even better yet donate to Eastern Christian Children, 700 Mountain Avenue, Wyckoff, N.J. 07481

Arrangements were entrusted to the Holmdel Funeral Home, in Holmdel, NJ. To share a favorite memory of Marjorie, or to express a condolence to her family please visit her Page of Tributes at
Published in Asbury Park Press on Mar. 3, 2018
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