Marjorie L. Wolf
1922 - 2021
BORN
1922
DIED
2021
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Marjorie L. Wolf

1922 - 2021

Marjorie L. Wolf 99 died May 27, 2021, at Grande Prairie Health and Rehab Center, Pleasant Prairie, Wi. She was born May 12, 1922, in Waukegan, Illinois to Samuel and Anna (Palmer) Spitz.

She attended school in the Waukegan area. She married William Wolf on June 28, 1941, in Libertyville, Illlinois. They resided in the northern Illinois area for over 30 years before retiring to Midway, Arkansas. Marjorie moved back to the Kenosha area in 2008.

She enjoyed her family, camping, making crafts, playing games, crossword puzzles and reading. She always was ready to help anyone she could.

She is preceded in death by her husband William, son-in-law Richard Desotell; three brothers and four sisters. She is survived by her daughter Judith Desotell Kenosha, Wi, son William Wolf Kenosha, Wisconsin; four grandchildren: Deborah Winfield Bristol, Wisconsin, Richard (Brenda) Desotell Kenosha, Wisconsin, Joanne (Ray) Case Decatur, Tennessee, and Paula (Roy) Lester Tullahoma, Tennessee; eight great grandchildren and five great great grandchildren.

The family would like to thank the people at Grande Prairie Health and Rehab for the care and kindness they showed Marjorie while living there and to Aurora at Home Hospice for their care the past couple months.

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