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Margie W. Dreifuerst

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Marjorie Helen Dreifuerst (Margie)

Hermitage, Tennessee

Margie Dreifuerst passed away peacefully at the age of 94 years, at Charter Senior Living Center on Saturday afternoon, January 2, 2021.

Margie was preceded in death by her loving husband, Harold Dreifuerst, parents Randolph and Mary Lucille Willett, siblings Mary Emma Baach (Stan), Thomas Willett (Gertrude), Loretta Salmon (Frank), Maurice Willett (Helen), Leon Willett (Hilda), Martha Dean Ray (Rhoda), Peggy Wathen (Bill), and Jerry Willett (Jeanette). She is survived by siblings Rita French (Benny), Jim Willett (Norma), and Tina Wallace (Mike), and by numerous nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews, all of whom she loved dearly.

Margie was born February 17, 1926, in Corydon, Kentucky. She married Harold (Hal) Dreifuerst in 1966, and they resided in Miami, Florida, for a number of years where she worked for the Bell Telephone Company. Margie retired from Bell Telephone in the mid-1970’s, and she and Hal moved to Nashville, Tennessee, for their retirement years. During retirement, Margie and Hal enjoyed traveling and visiting family, especially going to Florida for a couple of months each winter, and extended visits with Hal’s family in Wisconsin during the summer. Margie and Hal also enjoyed going on cruise vacations with her sisters Rita and Peggy, and brother Jim.

Margie was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, and was very active with the Holy Rosary Ladies Guild, participating in numerous activities to support the church and Holy Rosary Academy.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Margie’s memory to Holy Rosary Church or Holy Rosary Academy Tuition Assistance Program.

Visitation will be held on January 8, 2021 at 9:30 am at Church Of The Holy Rosary, 192 Graylynn Dr., Nashville, TN. Funeral Mass will be held on January 8, 2021 at 10:30 am at Church Of The Holy Rosary, 192 Graylynn Dr., Nashville, TN.

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Jane Leland

12 enero , 2021

I will forever remember Aunt Margie for her beauty and elegance and her kindness and great sense of humor. I always loved spending time with her and Uncle Hal whether it be at their lovely home in Tennessee or during their many visits to Wisconsin.
God bless her soul as she enters the gates of heaven to be with our Lord and is reunited with Uncle Harry & her loved ones. ♥️

Paula Marques

12 enero , 2021

I have such wonderful memories of all of Uncle Harry’s and Aunt Margie’s visits to Wisconsin. We always had a gathering somewhere to make sure we caught up with them on their visits. It brings me peace and happiness to know she is united with the love of her life, Uncle Harry. Hermitage was my families “pit stop” (exactly half way on our drives from Florida to Wisconsin) and they always welcomed us with open arms. Even our dog Duchess. The world was definitely a better place with Aunt Margie’s kind soul. Heaven has gained an angel.

Karen Henry

10 enero , 2021

Aunt Margie was a lovely person inside and out. She lit up every room with her laughter, smile, and elegant presence. She was very adept at making everyone feel important to her. It was evident that she cherished all the love and laughter that she was fortunate to have between friends and family. She relished recounting memories of our large family get-togethers, her relationships from church, and going out to dinner. We will always remember the incredibly close relationship that she had with Uncle Harry. She is going to be greatly missed by those who were lucky to have known her.
Love,
Karen and Jim

Judy Wurtz

8 enero , 2021

We all looked forward to seeing Aunt Margie and Uncle Harry in Miami or Nashville and have many fond memories discovering the food, entertainment, and sunshine of Miami and Nashville. Margie was always very gracious receiving an entire tribe of relatives wherever they were at, even at the condo when we kept overusing her intercom and vibrating workout machine. They always came back to Wisconsin usually in the summer to be with family and she continued to do so even after Harry passed until she couldn't. With hers and Steve's help we had a remote take of the Solar Eclipse view in the hotspot of Nashville a few years back. We visited with her also at her home and she continued to delight us with her memories of the past including how she met Harry dancing and her telephone day's. We will all miss her, she was our southern charm Aunt. God Bless her.

Love,

Judy

Patty & Chip Prece

7 enero , 2021

Our friend Margie
She was a good friend and neighbor. We had a lot of fun times and laughed a lot .
We remember when she would call us when she needed a ride but we had to use her car because that was it, no changing her mind!
I will miss my friend and never forget her stories about her eventful past. We will miss her.
Love ,Patty and Chip

Patty & Chip Prece

7 enero , 2021

Our friend Margie.
She was a good friend and neighbor. We had fun times and laughed a lot. We remember when she would call us for a ride but we had to use her car, that was it no changing her mind.
I will miss my friend and never forget her stories about her eventful past.
We will miss you!
Love ,Patty and Chip

Diane Ploederl

6 enero , 2021

Harry was my godfather and I was so happy when he met Margie. They were such a great couple. They spent a lot of time in Wisconsin with my mom and dad. Lots of great memories of the two of them. Also, loved seeing Margie in Florida during the winter months. She was a very sweet lady.❤️

Vicki Wathen Mikkelson

5 enero , 2021

To my beloved aunt Margie!
Margie was always there for me and I had a lot of good memories of her in my life! She always made me laughs and loved her smiles when I see her. Margie loved to help me with my customers in my flower shop on special occasions. One great memory of loving the beach was from Margie and Harold when I visited them in Florida and my dream came true.
Margie will always in my heart till I see her again!🌸❤️🙏

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Marjorie Helen Dreifuerst (Margie)

Hermitage, Tennessee


Margie Dreifuerst passed away peacefully at the age of 94 years, at Charter Senior Living Center on Saturday afternoon, January 2, 2021.


Margie was preceded in death by her loving husband, Harold Dreifuerst, parents Randolph and Mary Lucille Willett, siblings Mary Emma Baach (Stan), Thomas Willett (Gertrude), Loretta Salmon (Frank), Maurice Willett (Helen), Leon Willett (Hilda), Martha Dean Ray (Rhoda), Peggy Wathen (Bill), and Jerry Willett (Jeanette). She is survived by siblings Rita French (Benny), Jim Willett (Norma), and Tina Wallace (Mike), and by numerous nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews, all of whom she loved dearly.


Margie was born February 17, 1926, in Corydon, Kentucky. She married Harold (Hal) Dreifuerst in 1966, and they resided in Miami, Florida, for a number of years where she worked for the Bell Telephone Company. Margie retired from Bell Telephone in the mid-1970’s, and she and Hal moved to Nashville, Tennessee, for their retirement years. During retirement, Margie and Hal enjoyed traveling and visiting family, especially going to Florida for a couple of months each winter, and extended visits with Hal’s family in Wisconsin during the summer. Margie and Hal also enjoyed going on cruise vacations with her sisters Rita and Peggy, and brother Jim.


Margie was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, and was very active with the Holy Rosary Ladies Guild, participating in numerous activities to support the church and Holy Rosary Academy.


In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Margie’s memory to Holy Rosary Church or Holy Rosary Academy Tuition Assistance Program.


Visitation will be held on January 8, 2021 at 9:30 am at Church Of The Holy Rosary, 192 Graylynn Dr., Nashville, TN. Funeral Mass will be held on January 8, 2021 at 10:30 am at Church Of The Holy Rosary, 192 Graylynn Dr., Nashville, TN.