Marjorie Roberts

Mrs. Marjorie Roberts, passed at home while surrounded by the love of her family on Friday July 12, 2019. Born in Louth , Lincolnshire, England 91 years ago. She is now united with her dear husband Morgan Roberts. Marjorie is survived by her loving daughter Marilyn Roberts , grand daughter Sharon Huard (Marcel), grandson Wayne Sykes (Gemalyn). Also survived by her grandchildren Katelyn, Jocelyn and Kyleigh and Great grand children, Kaylee, Rylynn and Charlotte. Marjorie is the sister of Anne Craig, Freda Rogers and the late Joan Goodhand. Marjorie will also be remembered by her nieces in England and many extended family.
All are welcome to attend a memorial gathering at Maple Leaf Cemetery (Legion Chapel) on Thursday July 18, 2019 at 11 am, followed immediately with inurnment in the Maple Leaf Mausoleum. James Mac Neil officiating. Those wishing to make a memorial contribution are asked to consider the Alzheimers Society of Chatham Kent or the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Online condolences are welcome.

11 Comments on “Marjorie Roberts”

  1. My condolences to You Marilyn and all of Your family.
    No words can take away the pain, but, the good memories will always put a smile in your heart.
    Like a glow of a candle ….may your memories light your path and warm your heart in all your days to come ……She will be sadly missed….and my thoughts and prayers are with you. May God wrap His arms around Mom’s family and friends now and in the days ahead.
    I will miss her !
    Denise Tremblay

  2. My Gran was a very special person, a beautiful women both inside and out.
    My heart aches at the thought of her not being here, but I know she walks along side her love and soulmate my Grandad, Our lives have definitely suffered a huge loss but I know we will meet again, Rest in Peace Grandma I will miss you always and Love you dearly..xo

  3. Dear Marilyn and Family,
    So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. A long life, well lived!
    My husband worked beside your Mom for awhile in the 1980s at Bingham Optical. Paul Powers is his name.
    Your Mom was a wonderful, friendly and hard working person. She came to the church where we were married in 1983 and gave us a “horseshoe” that we have to this day. Very nice of her to come.
    We also have some snapshots of your parents at the Bingham Optical Christmas parties. Both were very fine people.
    I’m sure your Dad welcomed your Mom to heaven with a big hug!

    Paul and Deb Powers

  4. Marilyn and Family,
    My heart goes out to you all.
    I called her Margie. She was ok with that. ❤ Margie and I met on YouTube long ago. We like the same music. She has many friends there. So sorry for losing her and her cheerful posts. I am sure wherever she is she is happy and no more pain. Love and hugs,
    Sharon, Chris and Mom

  5. A beautiful soul, kind, funny, smart, loved her family -immediate and extended, rock n roller, and the list goes on…Marjorie loved life it seemed to me. She was my first internet friend who I would have so much fun with as we shared music and quipped back and forth about artists and their songs. She knew her stuff too and was very hip. Along the way we got to know each other and about each other’s families, we became friends. Without ever having met face to face. She was so hip she could do that, make friends online before most knew what online was. You’ll be missed Marjorie, but I am sure you are already busy dancing with your husband at a concert of all those great musicians we listened too. Goodbye for now my friend

  6. I worked with Marge for her duration at Bingham Optical. She was a lot of fun and we had a lot of fun. We both liked British mysteries. e.g. Detective Frost and some Canadian t.v. like “Seeing Things”. We played pratical jokes and laughed til we had tears.She was great-I would see her the odd time after she retired, and we would laugh just by seeing each other.
    My deepest sympathy at this difficult time. She will be missed.

  7. So sorry for the loss of your Mom and Grandmother. Marg was a great lady. I also worked with her at Bingham Optical til she retired. She was a funny,caring, hardworking women. I really enjoyed her company. She always had a great sense of humour. May Marg Rest In Peace.

  8. A lovely lady who I was privileged to call Mum(2), so many memories of our days in the prefabs in Louth.
    I’m sorry to have lost you, but knew you were tired, so rest now, peace with no pain.
    All my love and hugs to my dear friend Marilyn and her family
    Anne xxxx

  9. Sending our thoughts and Condolences to you all at this sad time we are all so so gutted for you all back here in Wales
    Luv to you all big hugs & Cwtche’s
    R.I.P Marjorie Shine like the brightest Star up there XXX

  10. She was such a lovely lady, we were blessed to have the opportunity too meet her, May she be in the arms of the Lord.

  11. So sad to hear of Marj’s passing. I knew her well – she worked with my mom Rosemary Warner at Bingham’s. My dad, Clarke Warner, saw the obituary but wasn’t able to attend the gathering this morning. We’re both thinking of you!

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