Marjorie "Marge" Wilson
Wilson, Marjorie 'Marge' (nee Ziegler) on Monday, May 14, 2012. Dear mother of John Peter Pete Wilson and Martha Louise Wilson; dear aunt of Marjorie Ziegler and Walter Ziegler; dear friend of Barb Watkins, Rev. Sue Mitch, Patty Moore Orban, and many others. Services: Funeral service Thursday, May 17, 10 a.m. at Kirkwood United Methodist Church, 201 West Adams, Kirkwood, Mo. 63122. Interment private. Visitation Wednesday 6-8 p.m. at BOPP Chapel, 10610 Manchester Road in Kirkwood. www.boppchapel.com



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Published by St. Louis Post-Dispatch on May 16, 2012.
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I spent a couple of wonderful vacations with Marge and her son Pete at Ferry Beach in Sacco, Maine. Sometimes the water was stone cold, but Marge would swim, saying "Every once in a while I must return to my mother, the ocean."
Charisse Gendron
May 23, 2012
I knew Marjorie from the time she was stringing for newspapers and on into the League of Women Voters. I admire how well-versed she was in current affairs. I liked her very much. My deepest sympathy to her children.
Jeanne Morrel-Franklin
May 18, 2012
I worked with Marge at the Journal in the 90s and will always have fond memories of her. Best wishes to her family.
Marty Richter
May 17, 2012
Pete, Martha, family and friends you have my deepest sympathy. I was Marge's Enterprise Journal page designer and she was my reporter (or that's how it felt.) I will always rememember when we worked together at the Clarion and Belleville Journals. I have several stories I will always remember she did and they are my favorites. She covered a tiny shrimp which lived in a cave near Millstadt. She'd ask if I still had the photo. I would reply, "Yes," and "SAVE THE SHRIMP!" We would laugh. And when she covered the UFO over Millstadt--it is still one of my favorites! And I have a copy of it in this house (somewhere.) The UFO was dubbed, "the flying twinkie," and is forever burned in my memory. These and many more stories make me smile.
In loving memory,
Cathey Newhouse
Marge's Page Designer
Cathey Newhouse
May 16, 2012