Marjorie Ann Lowndes

21 September, 19432 May, 2021

Was born to William Duncan Stephen and Marjorie Alice Tutt on September 21st 1943 in Hamilton, Ontario. Marjorie was the big sister to Glenn, Donnie and Lori. Marjorie worked for the Government of Ontario. She started in the mail room, ending her career as a Records Manager creating a better life for her family. Marjorie married the love of her life Vincent Lowndes (1942 - 2012) on December 10th 1960, and had 3 children Diana (married to Terri), Vincent (Doug, deceased) and Lisa, and as a result had 2 beautiful grandchildren Bailey (Married to Brennan)and Hannah. Bailey was able to give her 2 beautiful great granddaughters River and Chelsea. Marjorie also had a wonderful little dog Princess. Princess and her dog park friends were a bright star in her life after her husband left this world.

Marjorie will be severely missed by so many people, family and friends alike. There will be no service but the family would very much appreciate pictures, stories and memories.


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Karen McLaughlan

6 May 2021

Marjorie was great-grandmother to my granddaughters. Great was a fitting word for her. She was a sweet, lovely women, with always a smile and I’m so happy I got to know her. We had much in common sharing a love of her granddaughter Bailey and daughters River and Chelsea.
Marjorie loved to play cards at the community centre (before Covid hit) and knowing I too love games, encouraged me to join her, which was my intention one day.
She loved her pup Princess dearly, as I do mine.
We were/are both fortunate to live a stone’s throw away from our dear little great-grand-daughters and would often see each other on the way in or out from a visit.
You were a very brave woman and I admire your courage to try for a healthier life. You had lots more living to do! Sincere condolences to all of your family ❤️.

Bailey Moore

6 May 2021

Marjorie was my grandmother and I loved her dearly. Sneaking into her bed at night after my parents put me to bed as a kid was one of her favorite memories of me, and I still remember that bed as being 6 feet tall. Almost every single night I would sneak in and cuddle and watch her fibre optic flower dance for what seemed like hours. I have so many memories of her, and I just can't pick a favorite. She was so kind, and so generous and so caring. I can't believe I won't get a phone call of her singing happy birthday to me again. I will miss her laugh so much. I love you grandma.

Carrie Forster

6 May 2021

Marjorie was a wonderful woman. We have shared some great conversations and she had always been the first to offer word of encouragement when I needed it or just a comment to make me laugh. She will be missed.

Linda Strange

5 May 2021

To the family and friends of Margie. Margie was one of the kindest people I know and I am very sad she has passed. She adored her dog Princess and all those she got to know at the dog park. May you rest at peace Margie, I and many others miss you dearly.

Love Linda