Marjorie Gorman

North Syracuse, New York


North Syracuse, New York


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Marjorie L. Gorman June 26, 2020 Marjorie L. (Cook) Gorman, 88, of North Syracuse passed away at her home on Friday, June 26, 2020 surrounded by her family. Born in Detroit, Michigan on May 5, 1932, she and her family moved to Los Angeles, California when she was 4 years old. She graduated from...

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My sincere condolences to Marge's family. She and I worked together at Main Street for a number of years. I remember how kind she was to the children and how supportive she was to me. She gave of herself every day. She will be missed.

Sorry to hear of her passing.We used to have fun laughable times and I enjoyed being a Franciscan Associate with her.She was a wonderful,kind and caring friend.My sympathies to the whole family.

Dear Marge fellow choir member,
Your voice, smile, kind words and wisdom will be missed.
Rejoice in your heavenly home.

Since the first time I met Marge I knew she was a very special woman. I came to realize it was her deep spiritualiy, her heart of caring and Franciscan spirit of joy and love that she lived. What a blessing Marge has been for Humanity. Peace to her family and all her friends. Sr. Marie Grace Blum,OSF

Mom- where do i even begin? There aren't enough words to explain how much you mean to me. You made me who I am and I live my life often thinking, What would mom do in this situation. My heart hurts already, even though i am happy that you are at peace now, no more suffering. I know you are with Dad and Bobby and all our loved ones, but still it hurts. My are my heart, my rock and my hero! Love you and miss you always till we are together again! ❤❤❤

So sorry to hear of Marjories passing. I worked with her during my first few years of teaching at Main St School. She was very supportive of me and taught me much I needed to know about working with young children. She was a good soul.

Gorman family -
So sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a great person and true friend to the Henderson's. Since talking to Tom yesterday I keep thinking about all the fun times we had growing up on Orchard Dr. Your mom was great. Remember those good times the next couple of days. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Offering our deepest condolences during this time.