Marjorie H. Proffitt

Indianapolis, Indiana

Jul 21, 1920 – Sep 22, 2012


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Marjorie Helen Proffitt

Indianapolis, peacefully departed to her new life September 22, 2012 at the age of 92. She was born on July 21, 1920 in Orleans, IL to Josephine H. and Allen C. Smith. She was raised on a farm and in 1940 she married Jesse James Proffitt Jr. They traveled the...

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Mom, I think of you everyday, and, miss you. The only love I have greater then the one for you, is the love I have for God, because, without the love for God I could have never loved you the way that I do. I think you for instilling that in me, and, I will see someday soon.

Sr. Veronica Susan,
Your precious Mother watches over you from Heaven and you are the living legacy of her beautiful life. God bless you and know our love and prayers are with you and your family!

To Sr. Veronica Susan and Family,
Everyone in our Mobile Home are lifting you up in prayer especially during this time of loss. We had the joy of knowing this lovely lady and know the loss it is to those left behind! May it be a great comfort to each of you to know that we are praying for you! God continue being with you in the days ahead! Our love and prayers and thoughts are with you!
In the Sacred Heart of Jesus,
With love and prayers!

You are in our hearts and prayers during this time of grief.
Little Sisters of the Poor Philadelphia

I will miss Marjorie. She was great neighbor to have. She always kept a close eye on things. If she saw something she didn't like she would speak up. I will miss that part about her. She had great morals and the biggest heart.

I will miss your big smile and bear hugs grandma, you are an inspiration to me. I love you and God bless you!


My deepest condolences to you and your family. God bless her. She is in a better place. My prayers and thought are with you..

I'll always remember Marge's warm laugh and listening to her and Uncle Jesse tell the best stories! It was a special day when they stopped by for a visit. I have no doubt they have reunited in heaven. God Bless.

Every time we saw your Mom, she had the most contagious happy spirit. She was always laughing and smiling and so glad to see us. She will be missed. My deepest condolences for all of you, my cousins.