Thank you, Wilma! Attaching a photo from 4th grade -- that was probably right around the time you first knew her. I am Marjorie's eldest and I remember visiting Grandma & Grandpa Koenig's house... still drive by whenever I'm in Marshfield. Do you still live next door? --Vicki
My sympathy to all of Marjorie\'s family She was living next door, when she grew up.She was about 8 years old when I first knew her She baby sat for my girls when she got older.Such a lovely child.I have many fond memories of the Koenig family.God Bless them all
Years ago while I was a landscape crew foreman I planted an espalier fruit tree along garage. And then a few years later granddaughter Ali bought coffee house business from me. One word to describe my encounters w/ Marjorie? Class!
"Those who knew her admired her style and grace; she was truly an elegant lady." This so perfectly describes Marjorie, a beautiful woman with a beautiful spirit. She treated people with caring and respect, making each feel accepted and valued for who they are. I also appreciated her sense of humor, and her ability to tell a great story! It was always a wonderful time, and frequently a learning experience, talking with Marjorie. She had that effect on people, you walked away each time having enjoyed yourself, and knowing more, and in one way or another, a better person for having spent time with her. She truly was a shining light and a role model for me as well as for many others. I feel so fortunate that she touches and graced my life!
Our hearts go out to Joe, an extraordinary and wonderful man; we are so very sorry for your pain and loss, and the tragic ending to your beautiful love story. Our hearts also go out to Vicki, and Ann, and Karen, and Michael, and all your families during this saddest of times. May the love that surrounds and supports you also help you to find comfort and peace.
Offering our heartfelt condolences and prayers from Jeanne, Terry, Joshua, Tessa and Rachel Klein