Marjorie Adele (Byam) Lindquist
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Marjorie Adele (Byam) Lindquist

July 16, 1943 ~ August 5, 2013

Midge was born and raised in the Seattle area, she was the youngest of nine children. she graduated from Shoreline High School in 1961 and proceeded to work for Harts Pharmacy. Later she went to work at Crown Controls Service Rep Co. Midge was a devoted wife, Mother and grandmother. Her number one priority was her entire family, which brought her many years of joy. She was a beautiful redhead with a warm, kind heart and a smile that was contagious. She loved playing the organ took lessons at Prosser Piano and Organ. She also enjoyed crocheting, Midge had a way about her that made everyone feel special. She had a heart of gold. Midge is survived by Melvin, her husband of 47 years, her children Dianne, Mark, Dale, her granddaughter Alyssa, her sister Norma Seimar and brother Charles Byam. Midge has joined her parents John and Norma Byam her brothers, Bob, Richard, John, and her sisters Remay Jenkins and Ruth Zedler She also had many dear nieces, nephews, and dear friends throughout the years.

I will miss you, my Midgie.

You`re in my heart and soul,

honey love you, Mel

Memorial Services to be held on September 7, at 1:00 p.m. at Trinity Presbyterian Church 1315 N. 160th St., Shoreline, WA 98133.

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Published in The Seattle Times from Sep. 5 to Sep. 6, 2013.
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September 6, 2013
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