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Marjorie E. Thiesing

November 29, 1923July 31, 2018
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Marjorie E. Thiesing was born on November 29, 1923 and passed away on July 31, 2018

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, August 4, 2018
  • Visitation Sunday, August 5, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, August 6, 2018
  • Graveside Service Monday, August 6, 2018
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Marjorie E. Thiesing

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Bobby & Pam Knauff

August 11, 2018

Granny -

One of my favorite memories is when you told me that you prayed to God that I would become the Opening General Manager of the Homewood Suites - and then your prayer was answered!!! I was so happy that you and Grandpa were at our Grand Opening Party. It made the whole thing perfect. Now I will be opening another hotel and will miss having you there when we do but I know you will be there in spirit.

Love You,
Bobby

Bobby & Pam Knauff

August 11, 2018

Granny -

I am thrilled that Pam and I got to spend quality time with you these last few years. We will truly miss listening to your stories about our family. Growing up I remember what an amazing cook you were (I have never and probably will never have alfredo sauce that tastes anywhere as wonderful as yours did), and you thankfully passed your talents to your daughters. You lived such a full, inspiring life with Grandpa and now you get to live a full eternity with him up in Heaven. We will always love you and our memories of you and Grandpa will live on forever. Jesus Loves You and We Do Too!!!

- Love, Bobby and Pam

MaryBeth Parks

August 11, 2018

Oh Mommy I miss you ! I watched the 90th Birthday celebration for you. Bobby and Pam did a great job on that . Such wonderful memories. I know JESUS and You and Daddy are watching over us all. I was reading the Bible app and 2 of the verses you Loved were there for me to read. Galatians 5 THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT. And ROMANS 8. GOD IS IN US, GOD IS FOR US, GOD IS WITH US . EMMANUEL...…. I am so THANKFUL to have spent quality time with you. GRATEFUL to have you as my MOMMY. aka Maaaaaaaaaaaa Love Hugs & Kisses MaryBeth

Sammy Thiesing

August 11, 2018

Granny,
These past few months have been so bittersweet. I am so thankful I am able to cherish so many precious memories with you. I know I never told you this but you and aunty have been and always will be the women I look up too and can only hope to be like one day. You carried yourself with such grace and love it made everyone that came near you feel welcomed. I always believed you would be at my wedding one day and live forever, you’d always laugh and say “I hope not, I want to be with Grandpa” and as much as I wish you were here I’m so happy you’re finally dancing with Grandpa. I promise to do the best I can to carry your legacy and your example of love to my own children one day, to always think about “What would Jesus do?”, to always remember everything in moderation is good for you, and lastly I promise to always massage my scalp and to never dye my hair🙈 Words cannot express how much I will miss you and how thankful I am to say I had the best relationship with my great granny. Love you always, there are angels in the room everywhere I go now, I’ll see you in heaven one day❤️

Michael Thiesing

August 9, 2018

Granny, you were like my Mom growing up. I lived with you for most of my childhood. Those were times I will never forget. You taught me so many things, too much to list. The one important teaching was love and what love meant, what Family meant. You and Grandpa were the example of love, honor and devotion. I am so glad that I was able to spend time with you these last few months. I am happy now that you are not in pain, and you are in a better place, but I am so sad that I will never get to talk with you and hold your hand again. I am so grateful that God gave me you as my Granny. So blessed and honored that I was your Grandson. I hope that I do you proud and carry on your legacy.

Love always,
Michael

MaryBeth Parks

August 9, 2018

Dear Mommy, I remember when you came to Canada with us! You had so much fun. We drove the RV and stopped in different places! Then when we arrived in Canada we took a trip to Mont Tremblant Quebec and Were ! You were a trooper walking everywhere! The Beautiful quaint town of Saint Javie.
We shopped and went into a shop that had Linens tablecloths napkins everything for a wonderful table setting. You bought us the CHRISTMAS pattern table clothe, and I bought the Red Jungle Elephant table clothe! You marched up the mountain and went on the gondola ! So Amazing! We shall CHERISH all the memories we have! Thank you Mommy for being a Strong Woman and giving me that example! Love and Miss you so much. Keep Dancing and singing with Jesus and Daddy! You have left us with an incredible LEGACY! xxxxxxooooooo

MARYBETH PARKS

August 8, 2018

MOMMY We Love and miss you! Thank you for Teaching us all about GOD IN THE NAME OF JESUS! You and I were together in thought I remember watching Turner Classics movie Rose Marie and you told me that Daddy and you sang the song called The Indian LOVE song by Jeanette McDonald and Eddy Nelson. We sat there sang the song crying ! Precious will I hold that day forever! You were a wonderful Mother ! Maaaaaa Love Love Love YOU

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