Stephen, Marjorie Clara (nee Shephard) – Passed away at St. Joseph’s Villa, Dundas, on August 25, 2019 in her 95th year. Formerly of Milton, Durham, Mississauga, and Toronto. Predeceased by her loving husband, Norman Michael (1992), parents William (1960) and Clara (1992), sister Georgina McBride (1986), and brother Bill (2009). Marjorie graduated from St. Michael’s Hospital School of Nursing (1947) and received a certificate in public health nursing from University of Toronto (1948). “Stevie” worked for St. Elizabeth Visiting Nurses in Toronto from 1947-1980. Marjorie treasured her many loving nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, and great-great nieces and nephews and she was very proud of them. She also enjoyed the many good friendships made over the years through seniors knitting and crafts groups. Family and friends are invited to celebrate Marjorie’s life and to share memories on Sunday, September 8 from 2:00-4:00 pm, Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas, Ontario. Cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, donations to Arthritis Society would be appreciated.
Dear Joanne, Joe and your family,
It is sad to hear of Marjorie’s passing and to know that she was in so much pain.
We remember her fondly and loved hearing about the Wiley family and her mother Clara and the other Wiley sisters which included my Mom, Elizabeth.
Marjorie was able to tell me many nice stories about my sister, Pauline and I when we were little girls and I appreciated that so much.
She was extremely proud of your family Joanne and I know you were very close.
Marjorie was a tremendous help to me while I was working on our family tree.
She is at peace now.
Dave and Louise
Dear Joanne, Joe and Family,
So sorry to hear of cousin Marjorie’s passing. She was always very interested in our family
especially our four sons. Our eldest, Martin, enjoyed many happy visits to Raymond Avenue.
Our mother was very proud and fond of her niece. Marjorie was truly blessed to have your love and support over the years. May she rest in peace.
John and Pauline Cartledge and Family
Joanne so sorry to hear about Marjorie. I remember when she lived at Glen Eden in Milton where my mother Millie Whyte lived on the same floor. They became best of friends and even when Marjorie moved to Dundas she would always call once a week to see if my mom was ok. I have never meet a more loving and caring person then Marjorie. She would call me ever so often just to see how I was doing when my mother passed. Well Marjorie and Millie will meet again in heaven.