Marjorie Broman

December 7, 1939September 29, 2020

Margie Broman of Fort Worth, TX, formerly of Estes Park died September 29, 2020. She was 80 years old. Marjorie Moore was born December 7, 1939 in Wilmington, DE. Her parents were Milton and Margaret (Gamble) Moore. On April 21, 1962 she married Richard (Dick) Broman in Fort Worth, TX. Margie graduated from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business. For a while she was a secretary at the Disciples of Christ Church in Arlington, TX, then had a career as Secretary to Dean of Students at TCU. After retirement, Margie and Dick moved to Estes Park, CO, where Margie was active in the Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies and PEO Chapter GJ. In August of 2016 they moved to be near family in Texas. Margie is survived by her husband of Arlington, son Charles Broman (Monica), of Fort Worth, daughters Christina McDonald of Brownwood, TX and Beth Mundell (Chris) of Carrollton, TX, brother David Moore of Arlington, TX, sisters Susan Williams of Los Angeles, CA and Judy Carrick (Gil) of Arlington. She is also survived by 7 grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at a later date at the Community Church where her cremated remains will be placed in the Church Columbarium. See to send a message to Dick and family.


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Allen Kallenbach

October 13, 2020

Dick: Saddened about Marjorie's passing. I know the recent months have been a burden for you and the family. And even if a passing is a blessing, we still grieve for one who added so much meaning to our lives. You so faithfully participated in the Oratorio rehearsals and performances. I didn't realize at the time when I spoke with Marjorie, seated at the back of the sanctuary, that you couldn't leave her at home, alone. This was real dedication by the two of you. I really quit singing a a couple of years before I would have liked, but my wife complained every time I brought a cold home to her. Now that Kathy has died, I regret that I didn't hang in there. I really enjoyed singing. And I enjoyed your fellowship. You spoke to me more often than most of the people in Oratorio. And for this, I will always remember you with great admiration and affection. Know that I share your loss. Allen Kallenbach

Thelma Blincow

October 7, 2020

Dick and family
I was just doing things on the computer about Estes park and I see that Margie passed away. I am now in Broomfield, CO - Don passed away in April of 2017.

I am so sorry for your family. I remember Margie in church and also walking along the creek in the mornings.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
God Bless You

Thelma Blincow


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