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Marjorie B. Gillentine

17 septembre 193219 novembre 2020

Ms. Marjorie “Mamaw” Gillentine daughter of the late Henry and Monie Bellamy was born September 17, 1932 in Kingsport, TN.

She was a retired binding and book printer who enjoyed putting puzzles together, gardening, shopping and carrying on with her family. She loved children and making memories with her loved ones. You would catch her outside drinking coffee and smoking a cigarette most days.

Marjorie was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Maddelin Cloud and Beaulah Waddell, brother Raymond Bellamy and Great Grand Daughter, Marilyn Craig.

She is survived by her sister, Audrey Puckett, daughters, Diane Craig (Tommy) of Millington, TN; Teresa Edwards (Mike) of Memphis, TN; her son, Larry Nelson of Memphis, TN. 7 Grandchildren, Little Tommy Joe Craig Jr. (Suzie), Steven Craig, Christopher Craig, Nacole Luna (Manuel), Shaun Edwards, Jessyca Nelson, Dylan Nelson (Chloe) 14 Great Grandchildren, Jacqueline Craig, Julianna Craig, Pedan Vennemann (Brandon), Richard Craig, Ryan Craig, Dylan Craig, Noah Miller, Nathaniel Miller, Serenity Luna, Manny Luna, Little Gerardo Salazar Jr, Aubrey Salazar, Isabella Nelson and Liliana Nelson. 4 great great grand children, Brayden Vennemann, Emma Vennemann, Bentleigh Vennemann, and Remington Venneman.

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Marjorie B. Gillentine

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Karla Craig

25 novembre , 2020

My fondest memory of Mom was when I first had Jacqueline. Jacqueline was so small, I was so scared to give her a bath. Mom and Diane came over and gave Jacqueline her first bath. She stayed with me for a week and taught me how to take care of my newborn. I am forever grateful for all Mom did for my family.

Another great memory of Mom was when she danced with Elvis Presley.

Mom truly loved her family and all she ever wanted was for everyone to get along.

Christopher Craig

24 novembre , 2020

~I have a lot of favorite (good and funny) memories of whom we all called (Mom). They have always involved curse words.
~I remember sneaking her out the hospital so she could smoke.
~I also remember in 1996 Karla and I went and found Mom to get her back involved with the rest of the family.
~I remember in 2008 Karla and I made Mom come live with us. I loved having her around.
~I will miss her so much!!
~I will see you again one day.

Christopher Craig

24 novembre , 2020

This is just one of my visits to see her.

Christopher Craig

24 novembre , 2020

This is just one of my visits to see her.

Pedan Vennemann

24 novembre , 2020

Sweet Mom and Bentleigh💕