Marjorie Ann Wilson
1931 - 2021
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Marjorie Ann Wilson
Marjorie Ann Wilson entered the Gardens of Heaven to meet the Lord on March 25, 2021.
Born on Nov. 5, 1931 to Mr. and Mrs. Yanke in Racine Co., Wisconsin.
She is survived by her Son Michael Rentschler (Laura), Daughter Juliann Claiborne (Greg), Daughter-in-law Kathy Rentschler, and Grandkids: Issac, Kim, James, Joanna, Jennifer, James Thomas (J.T)., Raymond John, Thomas, Tammie, Tanya and Travis. She is survived by many generations of Great Grandchildren.
She was preceded in Death by her Husband(s) James Thomas Rentschler and Duane Wilson, her Sons; James Edward Rentschler, Thomas James Rentschler, and Her Daughters; Susan Burk and Jean Ryba. She was preceded in life by several Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren.
Marjorie worked for many years for Diversified Glass before moving to the high desert in 1982. She worked at Apple Valley answering service as an operator until she retired.
Marjorie's Great Joy was to serve as a Volunteer for over 30 years at the local Senior Centers for AARP preparing Taxes.
Marjorie was most proud of her family; she loved her church and many friends.
She will be greatly missed.
Service will be held at 11 AM Monday, April 5th at Desert View Memorial and in lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her name to Ascension Lutheran Church, 22130 Ottawa Rd., PO Box 1645, Apple Valley, CA 92308.

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Published in Daily Press from Mar. 30 to Apr. 1, 2021.
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April 1, 2021
We are very sorry for your beloved loss, Marjorie. She was wonderful woman, I thanked her for having my Dad, Duane Wilson to marry her and lived together for years until he died almost six years ago. Now she has joined with him, her first husband James Rentschler and other family members up in heaven. Our prayers are with all of her families and May God comfort them all. Love you all from Nancy, Joey, Jose & Edgar....
Nancy Ferraz
March 30, 2021
Marjorie was just such a beautiful person. I got to meet in the last 4 months or so of her life. I took care of her. We would often watch game shows together and talk about life, family, politics, & the virus. We loved having these conversations over our favorite foods. . She impacted my life and made feel like we were supposed to meet and be friends. I loved how Marjorie loved her life, kids, family, friends, & god. I will think of her often and all her kind words, and wisdom that she shared. Rest easy now my friend. Until we see each other again.
Cherisse Miranda
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