Riley Funeral Home


Marjorie (Klatt) Laney

July 13, 1941April 3, 2021

Marjorie Jane Klatt Laney was born on July 13, 1941, to Harold Seibert and Lydia Marwitz Klatt. She died April 3, 2021 after a lengthy illness.

As Marjorie had no children of her own family was very important to her. Marjorie was raised on the family farm in Aleman. She would help with farm chores, but being the oldest she more often cared for the younger siblings while her parents were busy. She loved to cook and garden, once even having a commercial green house and truck garden. Marjorie graduated from Jonesboro High School in 1959, after graduation she attended Tarleton then she went to worked at City Drug and as a telephone operator in Hamilton and Stephenville. She moved to Fort Worth where she work for various companies. She retired from AT&T.

Marjorie was confirmed at St Paul’s Lutheran Church in Aleman and was currently a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Fort Worth, where she was actively involved before her illness.

Marjorie is preceded in death by her parents, brother Waylon Klatt and sister Priscilla Klatt Anderson.

She is survived by her brother; Randy Klatt and wife Cail, and sister Uneeda Klatt Roberts and husband Rodney, she was proud of her in law Jesse Anderson. Her numerous nieces and nephews and were like grandchildren. They include Jared Klatt, his sons Cooper, and Chase, Audrea Anderson Plowman and daughter Sara Amy Anderson and sons Alexander and Luke, Grayson Anderson and sons; Grayson and Landon, and Jeffery Roberts; Step nieces and nephews are Chris Nilson, Cody Pardy, Kimberly and Nicholas Nilson and Dottie Nicholson and daughter Alissa. Cousins Gale Klatt Ferguson and Bernadine Marwitz Krueger were especially dear to her.



  • Visitation

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021


  • Interment


Marjorie (Klatt) Laney

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Dawn Goolsby

April 6, 2021

Prayers for all the family.

Sue Adams

April 5, 2021

Marge was a great friend. Last week we rejoiced together her progress and laughed. I was telling her as soon as the facility would allow visits, I would be there. Sympathy is extended to the family.
She will be missed by me.

Beverly Miller

April 4, 2021

I worked with Marg at AT&T for many years. She was a wonderful person. I know she will be missed by many. May she Rest In Peace,