Marjorie WATERMAN

Marjorie WATERMAN

WATERMAN

Marjorie

Marjorie passed peacefully on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 102 years. Marjorie is survived by her children, Lisle (Debra Curry) of Red Deer; Ken (Terry) of Grande Prairie and Thelma Madore (Rob) of Spruce Grove; grandchildren, Jon, David and Eric Waterman all of Red Deer; and great grandchildren Bria Waterman and Conan Waterman. She was predeceased by her husband Ben in December 1995. Born at home on June 27, 1913 at the family farm near Donalda, Alberta to Ethel and Colin McKay, Marjorie was the second eldest of 4 children (Helen, Flack and Melissa). She was predeceased by her other 3 siblings as well as their spouses. Marjorie graduated from High School at Donalda and attended Olds College taking Home Economics. She worked in Red Deer at the Provincial Training School (Michener Centre) during WW2. Marjorie and Ben, a teacher, raised their family in small town Alberta in the post WW2 years and settled in Devon in the 1960’s where Marjorie continued to live until returning to Red Deer and the Westpark Lodge in 1997. Since that time, the many residents as well as the kind and thoughtful staff of the Westpark Lodge, have been Marjorie’s daily companions, friends and family. Marjories’s family would like to express their great appreciation and gratitude for the care that she received at the Westpark Lodge in Red Deer. Messages of condolence may be left for the family at www.myalternatives.ca.


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