Marjorie Manor

February 7, 1930February 9, 2021

Marjorie Ann (Ewing) Manor, 91, of Carmel, passed away at Kindred Healthcare-Bridgewater.

She was born Friday, February 7, 1930 to William H. Ewing and Ida Mae (Hanson) Ewing. She married Hal E. Manor, and he preceded her in death in 1994.

Marjorie was a Librarian at Ball State University for many years until she retired. She then worked at The Attic Window for several years. She was of the Baptist faith and enjoyed crocheting.

Marjorie is survived by a grandson, Evan Manor of Hilliard, Ohio; a special niece, Donna Driscoll; and several other nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Hal; parents, William and Ida (Hanson) Ewing; a son, Joseph Manor; and a daughter, Chris Myers.

There will be no services. Burial took place in Elm Ridge Memorial Park, 4600 West Kilgore Avenue, Muncie, Indiana 47304.

Elm Ridge Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

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James Ray

February 21, 2021

Marge this memory is from Rose Mary Ray. As your hair stylist and a long time friend I will miss you.

Becky Sheffield

February 18, 2021

I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I worked at BSU's library with primarily Chris Myers and knew Marge. My recollection is that both Chris and Marge were nice, calm and sweet individuals. I also remember it being very hard watching Chris going through her illness and Marge dealing with it. Another thing not necessarily connected to Marge, but with Chris, is that Chris "connected" us to an organization, maybe associated with cancer, that delivered daisies each Spring. During Chris's last days, and for years afterwards, our work area would be awash in daisies. as many of us supported that fund raiser for that organization.

Linda White

February 14, 2021

I only had the privilege of meeting Marjorie one time, but through her very dedicated niece, Donna, got to know how loved and cherished this lovely lady was. She will be missed.