Marjorie-Manning-Obituary

Marjorie J. Manning

North Bennington, Vermont

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Marjorie Janet (Jolivette) Manning was born in North Bennington, Vermont, to Carl and Viola (Beecher) Jolivette in 1922. She died on April 2, 2017 due to heart failure.She is remembered as a warm and vibrant woman who cared deeply for her family, friends and community. She graduated from the...

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Marjorie was the most memorable person I met at S
Stanford's Development Office. She was wonderful to great and small. A true lady and a treasured colleague.

Marjorie left a trail of sweetness and wonderful recollections. My father, well in his eighties, and my daughter had the privilege of being with Marjorie on a Stanford trip to Australia. We still have a photo of her and my father walking with her hand on his bottom. What a lady. What a talent.

Dear Family. I met Marlene yesterday on her way to feed the cat. When I asked for Marjorie, she informed me of your Mom's passing. Your Mom befriended my husband and myself when we first moved to Vermont in 2007 and began to take daily walks on West St. She said we reminded her of her Dad and she walking together. Our daily walk seemed to coincide with an outing of hers----- she would stop the car, put out her hand for a shake and often have a great piece of chocolate to add. ...

Please accept my sincerest condolences. May God and your fond memories bring peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Ms Porter

Dear Manning family, I am so sorry for your loss of Marjorie. May you find peace and comfort in her many loving and adventurous memories during this difficult time. Jeremiah 29:11 and 12