OBITUARY

Marian Storter McRae

4 August , 19316 September , 2019

Marian Storter McRae, 88, went to be with Jesus on Friday, September 6, 2019 at Hospice House in Fort Myers, Florida.

Marian was born at Lee Memorial in Fort Myers the daughter of Herbert and Dolly Storter. She was raised in Naples, Florida. She met the love of her life, George, while he was fishing on the Naples Pier in August of 1951. The rest was history and they married three months later.

Marian was always involved in her church and loved God with a passion. She was a member of the North Fort Myers Church of God. Both she and her husband George had a special place in their hearts for ministers. Many a minister ate at their table, and for a time, felt they could relax and be themselves. As she aged she still prayed for them and supported them without reservation.

She was preceded in death by her loving and faithful husband George E. McRae and her parents, Herbert and Dolly Storter.

She leaves behind her sister, Voncile Storter Tomlinson; two sons, Herbert (Linda) McRae, George (Beate) McRae; daughter, Charity (David) Bertolo; five loving grandchildren, John (Melanie) McRae, Melinda McRae, Andrea McRae, Ashley Hullette and Heather Hullette; four wonderful great-grandchildren, Samuel, Marleigh, Madelyn and Makenna; and many loving nieces and nephews.

A gathering of friends and family will be Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 1:00-2:00 PM followed by a memorial service at 2:00 at the North Fort Myers Church of God, 13761 N. Cleveland Ave, North Fort Myers, FL 33903.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions are made to the North Fort Myers Church of God building fund.

Her loving smile will be missed by all.

Services

  • Gathering of Friends and Family Saturday, 21 September , 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, 21 September , 2019

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Carrie Dunkley

15 September 2019

I met Marian and George when I started working at Brookdale. Marian loved to sit and people watch and was always proper and humble with her conversations.

Watching as Charity would bring ample supplies and things Marian and George loved, watching Charity come by several times a week without fail gravitated me to want to know this family's story.

I could see the love-and who doesn’t want to be around love.. to understand it and share in it?! I grew to admire Charitys love and dedication to Marian and George and after George’s passing, she continued on lovingly caring for Marian. I’d check in to see if she (they) needed anything and had many conversations with Marian. She loved her family. She loved her life.

We all love Marian and we will miss her and her faithful daughters faces daily. This family will have a place in my heart and that of the Brookdale family’s heart forever.

Kelly Loupis

11 September 2019

I met The McRaes as a teenager and knew them for a few years before Charity and I lost touch.
I wish I could’ve known them both better.
I love you Charity, and am feeling your sadness!

Martha Rans

11 September 2019

Marian was a beautiful person, inside and out. Her faith and love for God guided her throughout her life. My deepest sympathies to the family. She will be missed.


FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY