I was very saddened when I came upon the notice of Marjorie's passing. I always enjoyed a chat with her and remembering when I was a little girl and she was around. So sorry she will be missed by those who knew her,
To Marjorie's family: I am saddened to see that she has passed. I delivered her prescriptions to her for many years when she lived in Gander. She would call me and say "Seana I have stuff coming down today, would you mind throwing in a bar without nuts, any kind you think I would like!!" Well one day I brought her a Pal-O-Mine and she was thrilled because she said it brought her back to her childhood! She was truly a sweet, kind, lovely lady and it was my pleasure to have served her and to have known her. Rest in peace sweet lady, you will be missed. God speed.
My condolences to Marg’s family. I worked with Marj from 1974 until her retirement. I remember her last day, where she insisted on completing the full day; dedication was definitely her middle name. May she rest in peace.
To Gloria and Family
So sorry to hear of Marjorie's passing.
I first met Marjorie 55 years ago when I lived with Mr and Mrs Young, while teaching school in Peter's Arm, Botwood. Since then, Marjorie and I have visited each other often and spent many hours in telephone conversations. Her first question was: "what's new with you"? She was always interested in news about her extended family in Burlington or just news in general. On my last visit two weeks ago, she had the same greeting: "come in, what's new"?
Both Garfield and I will always remember her kindness, generosity, wit and knowledge about everything past and present.
I will miss watching her enjoy my homemade double chocolate muffins.
Rest in peace, our friend.
Claudene and Garfield
Rhonda, Paul, Gloria, family and friends of Marj... sending my heartfelt sympathy to you all... like you, i will miss Marj terribly. She was a cousin who shared all her knowledge with me about family and community history. During our nightly chats she would always say "now, who else do you want to know about" as we'd keep the conversation going. we'd talk about her memories of her younger years and what they did "for fun" back then, she'd tell me about the food her dad used to make or bake, places she travelled for work and people she met, our conversations were always full of knowledge about her subjects. she was always concerned if i berries and rhubarb for the winter. she's ask about how my children were doing. it was almost like talking to my mother. and i will miss that very much. "I will miss you dear cousin, 7:30 was our special time and I will hold that in my heart". Again, my condolence to the family. judy thomas, burlington
So sorry to hear of Marjorie's passing. Sending sincere condolences to the family.
So sorry to hear of Marjorie’s passing, I worked with Marjorie at the Employment Insurance Office in Gander, Marjorie was always devoted to her job and very knowledgeable, we kept in touch even after she retired, Deepest Sympathy go out to her family at this sad time!
Gloria & Family…Saddened to hear of Marjorie’s passing.
I know you all enjoyed each other’s company so much.
Lots of Memories for certain.. Doris & Cec.
Rhonda, I am so sorry to hear of your Aunt Marjorie's passing. I know that she was special to your family. Please accept our condolences and pass them on to your other family members. Hugs.
Condolences to all the family members of Marjorie,I visited with Marjorie many a times with Linda Elliott,she was a beautiful,smart lady with a mind that was sharp as a tack ,we enjoyed talking to her and listening to all her stories,she will be missed ,RIP Marjorie
My sincere condolences to the family. Marjorie was my friend for forty years. Mel and I visited her whenever we were in Gander, or whenever she was visiting with relatives in Paradise. I enjoyed her company and enjoyed hearing stories about all the places she lived and worked in during her long career. Marjorie was always welcoming, kind, and generous. It was a privilege to have known her.
Marjorie was a beautiful soul, who we loved to take care of, and have a chat with in our free time at Kingsway. It was a pleasure to have met her. Sending our thoughts.
- Karly & Chelsea (PCA’s)