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Marjorie Harrison


1927 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Marjorie Harrison Obituary
MARJORIE HARRISON peacefully left this world Nov. 14, 2016 (the night of the Super Harvest Moon) for a glorious reunion in Heaven with her husband Allan, son Frank, and other dear friends and relatives. She was born in Springfield, Ohio in 1927 and was the youngest of 6 children. She married her husband Allan in 1945 and had 4 children, Dian, Frank, Allan, and Jim. Marge has 4 grandchildren, Elizabeth, Brianne, Christine and Jeremiah and 7 great-grandchildren, William, Ronin, Adeline, Abe, Ava, Nathan and Alyssa. She lived in Moreno Valley, CA since 1955. Marge enjoyed her life as a wife, mother, homemaker, Assistant Reading Teacher (Moreno Valley USD), cashier, bookkeeper, private school owner and teacher, but her favorite job was as a bank teller at Valley Bank in Sunnymead (Moreno Valley). She also was a bank teller and trainer at San Diego Trust Savings in San Diego for 10 years, retiring, and then returning to Valley Bank to enjoy working with her friends and community in Moreno Valley again. She was very smart, a math whiz and just loved her job as a banker! Marge's hobbies were exercising at the Moreno Valley Senior Center with her good friend Senetta Davis in George's exercise class, tennis, racquetball, bicycling, hiking, camping, traveling, walking (Moreno Valley Mall Walkers), gardening, playing cards, and watching football, especially Ohio State U. (go Buckeyes!), the Manning brothers, and the Coach at Seattle Seahawks, ("Look at him chew that gum!") Marge loved listening to "cowboy music" and going to weekly ballroom dances with her husband and many friends at Chris Davis Supper Club (S.B.), Goeske Sr. Center (Riverside) and Sierra Dawn (Hemet). Marge was a member of Christ Community Church (Pastor OJ Philpot) and sang in the choir. She also was a VNA Hospice volunteer for 6 years. Marge was beautiful, caring, kind, and generous. She liked helping people, especially her sons' friends as they were growing up. She had a wonderful, blessed and fulfilling life, full of world travel, adventure and love. Family and friends were most important to her and she passed with a smile on her face. Earth's loss and Heaven's gain! Celebration of Life: Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1pm at Christ Community Church at Wesleyan Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall, 13300 Indian Ave., Moreno Valley, use back parking lot on Dracaea Ave. (951) 924-8566.


Published in Press-Enterprise from Dec. 10 to Dec. 12, 2016
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