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Obituary for Marjorie Cady Walker

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Marjorie Cady Walker

December 30, 1930 - May 12, 2011

Marjorie C. WalkerMarjorie Cady Walker was born December 30, 1930 in Ogden, to Bryan V. Cady and Frances E. Cady. Marjorie was a lifelong resident of Ogden and attended St. Joseph’s school, Ogden High School and Weber State College. She was married to the love of her life, W. Keith Walker, for 60 years. They had one child. Marjorie was employed by Commercial Security Bank for 36 years. After leaving the bank she worked many years at the Jade Tree. Marjorie was much loved by her customers for her willingness to go the extra mile to meet their needs. She was admired by her friends and members of the community for her sense of humor and her elegance. Her warmth and generosity will be missed by those who knew her. Marjorie was an avid reader and enjoyed the arts. She enjoyed traveling with friends and her husband Keith. She really appreciated a good burger and a cold Coke. Marjorie is preceded in death by her parents and one grandchild. She leaves behind her husband Keith, daughter Deborah, two grandchildren all of Ogden and her brother Bryan of Fountain Hills, AZ.Special thanks to Kathy and Natalie of Access Hospice for their compassionate care and support. Friends may call Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, to offer condolences to the family. A private rosary for the family will be held later. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made to the America Kidney Fund.

 

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Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Leavitts Mortuary

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836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403

 

Timeline for Marjorie Cady Walker

Born: December 30, 1930
Died: May 12, 2011

Condolences for Marjorie Cady Walker

Reggie Benowitz & Marshall Benowitz posted on 6/5/11

We wish to extend our deepest sympathies on your loss. Marjorie was a good friend and always showed an interest in others. Her kindness and smile will be remembered.

 

Sister Stephanie Mongeon, OSB posted on 5/26/11

Please accept my prayers and admiration for the impact Marjorie had on all the people she touched. I would always notice her smile and look of care for others when she was at mass.Her love and concern for you her family and all those fortuante to know her will continue to be strengthened.May our Lord who knows your every need bless you with the consolation that Marjorie has received her eternal reward.In the peach of Christ,Sister Stephanie Mongeon, OSB

 

Joyce Wilson posted on 5/18/11

Keith and Debbie; I worked with your mother for many years at Commercial Security and had so much fun with Marjorie. She was such a beautiful woman inside and out and made me laugh all the time. I can remember times we would go shopping and she didn't want to buy the whole outfit so I would buy part of it and she would buy the part she wanted. She had a nack for decorating and really was such a joy to be around. Please take care and I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Madeline Pappas posted on 5/17/11

To My Dearest Keith, My condolences go out to you and your beautiful family for the loss ofof one of the most beautiful women I had ever known. Marjorie was alwaysso kind to me and all of our family with all her years of service at the Bank. She was just just my gracious Kookala, in Greek, DOLL. Her deepdevotion to everyone around her will be a great loss. May God be with in in your lost, and may all of you always remember,she loved everyone so deeply whether a relative, friend or just a strangersaying hello. Miss Magethenia Yorge Pappasgeorgeapoplous ( She always loved my real Greek Name spellled out )

 

Charlie Hammond posted on 5/16/11

Keith, I was so very sorry to see Marjorie's obituary in today's paper. I'm sorry I wasn't aware of her illness. It is very tough to lose someone who has been a part of you for 60 years. She is a beautiful person and you have a lot of great memories to carry your through. We are thinking of you.

 

Joan Nealson posted on 5/15/11

Keith, I was so very sorry to hear of your loss, Marjorie was the sweetest person always a sweet smile for everyone. I feel your loss and you and Debbie are in my thoughts and prayers. Friends like Marjorie and Franncis hold a very dear placein my heart. We have been the best of friends for many many years. Hope you know we love and are thinking of you. Love , Carl and Joan Nealson

 

Wally Berrett posted on 5/15/11

Dear Keith,I was sorry to read in the paper this morning of Marjorie's passing. I have always thought that you & she made the most strikingly beautiful couple I ever knew. May the peace of our Savior rest upon you & your family at this time. Wally & JoAnn Berrett

 

Lyn Allison posted on 5/15/11

Keith........I was so surprised to read in the paper this morning about Marj. What a wonderful person, and so beautiful. It is a hard time for you (I know) as it is no fun to lose your mate but we have no choice but to go on. It is those things we can not control that we do not like. If ever I can help, please do not hesitate to call me. I am thinking of you. Lyn/Formally Eye Works.

 

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