OBITUARY

Marguerite Frances Troxell

November 12, 1951July 5, 2018

Marguerite Frances “Dee Dee” Troxell, 66, of Knoxville Tennessee, passed away on Thursday, July 5, 2018. She was born in Marion Indiana. Dee Dee graduated from Bennett High School and later from Saint Francis College and Transylvania University, receiving her Bachelors of Nursing Degree. She worked for her twin sister at the Dr. Troxell’s Antiaging center. She enjoyed practicing medicine and helping people in her care. She also enjoyed her dogs.

She was preceded in death by parents Edward L. and Rose F. (Heguewood) Troxell. She is survived by her twin sister, Dr. Margaret Troxell of Knoxville, TN.

The family will receive friends on Saturday, July 14, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Berry Highland Memorial with a graveside service to follow at Berry Highland Memorial Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions may be made in Marguerite’s honor to The Kim Rowden Breast Cancer Memorial Fund at Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center, 1400 Dowell Springs Blvd, Suite 200, Knoxville, TN 37909.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, July 14, 2018
  • Graveside Service Saturday, July 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

Marguerite Frances Troxell

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Marilyn Rowden

July 14, 2018

Sorry to hear of your Sister Marguerite's passing . Sister's are special and to think it is your Twin , with whom you shared so much is especially difficult . I am humbled and honored to have the Memorials made to The Kim Rowden Memorial . You have been so supportive of Kim's Fund . I know this loss personally for I have lost all four of my Sisters to Breast Cancer . I will be Praying and Thinking of you in the coming days . Please do not hesitate to call on me if I can be of help ...
With Heartfelt Sympathy ,
Marilyn A. Rowden
( Kim's Mother )

Sonya Holbrook

July 14, 2018

Three was never a time I went to my appointment with Dr. Troxell that sweet Dee Dee wasn’t at the desk with a welcome and a smile. She always asked about my grandkids and was genuinely interested. You will be missed! God Bless You!

Dee Smolik

July 10, 2018

Dee Dee was a very special person. No matter how she was feeling, she would always say she was doing fine. I nicknamed her "sparky" because she always had lots of "energy" and determination. One time, before she became ill, I was having a rough spot on health, and related issues. I commented that sometimes you just need to share your thoughts or have a sounding board. Next thing I knew, she came back to the room with a card with her phone number, and she told me to call her whenever I needed a sounding board. I never had to do so, but that was a very special moment for me. It speaks to the warm and loving heart that Dee Dee had.

Another time, as I was struggling with some blood problems and protein challenges, Dee Dee brought in some supplement that she had received and shared it with me. I still use that supplement. it really made a difference on my protein!

Dee Dee had such a warm and loving heart, and she was a very special person to me over the last 3 1/2 years. I will miss her sorely! And my love to Dr. T. She, too, is the best doctor and warmhearted soul I know. I cannot imagine what this loss is for her.

God Bless, Dee Dee, and I know you are out of pain and watching over us all!

FROM THE FAMILY