OBITUARY

Marjorie Anastasia Grant

October 3, 1951February 21, 2021
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Marjorie Anastasia Grant was born on October 3, 1951 and passed away on February 21, 2021 and is under the care of Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park.

Funeral Service will be held on March 1, 2021 at 12:00 pm at Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park, 12777 State Road 82, Fort Myers, FL. Graveside Service will be held on March 1, 2021 at 1:00 pm at Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park, 12777 State Road 82, Fort Myers, FL.

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Services

1 March

Funeral Service

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park

12777 State Road 82
Fort Myers, FL 33913

1 March

Graveside Service

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park

12777 State Road 82
Fort Myers, FL 33913

Memories

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Owen Barclay

February 26, 2021


To my beloved sister Marjorie who has gone but will never be forgotten.
Cherished moments- never forgotten,
Her smile and laugh - never forgotten,
Her generosity and kindness - never forgotten,
Her humility and sensitivity - never forgotten,
Farewell Sis - Travel Well

Orell Barclays ore

February 25, 2021

In loving memory of my sister

Jayson, Alanna and Naomi

February 25, 2021

A Wonderful Grandmother

We had a wonderful grandmother,
One who never grew old;
Her smile was made of sunshine,
her heart was solid gold;

We had a wonderful grandmother,
And that’s the way it will always be, because
She is still keeping an eye on us,
So we will make sure
She likes what she sees.

Vida Nelson Piercy

February 25, 2021

My heart is broken that my dear friend Marj is no longer here.

I have over 60 years of great memories of you and I playing together as kids. Going to places like Clapham Common and Battersea Park.

I love you and miss you. May your soul RIP. Vida

Sheila Barclay

February 25, 2021

My memories of my Sister are full of kindness and loving care. She was always giving me things and showing me how much she cared. She never spoke badly anyone.
When growing up our dad would visit her regularly usually on a Sunday and he could not go without me. Then, when i was old enough to go on my own, i took every opportunity to do so. The highlight of my stay with her was going to Battersea Park Fun Fair. Even though she was with all her friends she never left me out, i was there by her side. She gave me my first pair platform Shoes, which was high fashion in them days and i cherished them. The heel broke off several times and i would glue it back again and again. She never came to visit without bring something for all her sibling, all 5 of us.
She was such a beautiful person both inside and out. It was a pleasure being around her. She was intelligent, wise, hardworking and selfless, i always looked up to her with pride and joy. she was my role model.
Whether near or far Marjorie was always on my mind and in my heart and she will forever be.
Rest in peace my dear beloved Sister

Jacquelyn Wade

February 25, 2021

On behalf of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Gamma Alpha Rho Zeta Chapter, Soror Lisa, we extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family and pray that God will comfort you.

Jacquelyn Wade
Chapter President

James Barclay

February 25, 2021

Rip sister marjorie.great days when I was a child.and came to see you most Sundays at battersea.and had lovely Sunday dinners and would play with my niece's Lisa and amanda.rip sis.blessed love your younger brother Jimmy 🙏🏾

Ayo (Joy) Theophane (Mayers)

February 24, 2021

To my family
Just thinking of you all at this very sad times, words are really hard to find to comfort when suddenly you loose a close sibling, but remember the happy moments, her smile, her expressions, her warmth and take these great memories and smile back to her, treasure those moments and move on. Rise in Peace Marjori!!!

Amanda Grant Scott

February 24, 2021

My Mommy

I always think back to my childhood with such fond memories. You instilled so many values in me not only by your words but by watching your actions. Your actions spoke so loudly; you were the definition of selflessness. Always willing to lend a helping hand, a loving ear and go the extra mile. I witnessed countless acts of kindness from you growing up which stuck with me throughout the years. Christmas time is special to me because you always made it special not only for us, but also for others. I remember you would always have extra gifts under the tree labeled simply “girl” or “boy” at Christmas just in case a child stopped by so they can have something to open. I also remember you would always get “letters to Santa” from work and I distinctly remember one letter the child asked for a warm coat for Christmas and mentioned her mother and brother didn’t have warm coats either. I remember talking about the letter and then going shopping and buying coats, hats scarfs and gloves for each of them plus many toys for the children. This gesture was normal for you but it really sticks out in my memory as something to always live up to.

You were always so supportive and encouraging in everything we did. You made sure we felt like the we could do and accomplish anything. You emitted only positive energy, thoughts and encouragement. I don’t remember you complaining much at all; you instead opted to see the glass as half full. I live my life as a model of you every day.

You were an angel here on Earth and now you have taken your rightful place in heaven, my heart aches knowing you are not here in the flesh anymore I miss you so much Mommy and I can hear your voice saying “don’t cry baby doll, I’m fine” …

forever my mommy, forever your baby doll

Randolph White

February 23, 2021

It takes a special person to raise a special person. My heart goes out to you and your Family. Only time can heal the heartache and pain but the memories of the times you shared with your mother can never be removed. Embrace the love she has for you. Because it is her love that will get you through this and the rest of your life.

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