OBITUARY

Marjorie V Waddell

June 8, 1928July 28, 2018

Marjorie Velie Waddell Age 90, passed away on July 28, 2018 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Margie is survived by her son David, her daughter Mi'Chelle, her grandchildren Charllotte, Nicholas, Tyler, Cristofer, and Sofia. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband Albert Eugene "Nick" Waddell, and her two older brothers whom she adored, Robert Earl Velie and Carl Powers Velie. Margie was born on June 8, 1928 in Painted Post, New York to parents Mildred "Midgie" Powers Dodge and Raymond E. Velie. She was an enthusiastic and active member of her community, was active in her high school chorus, glee club and orchestra, and was a cheerleader for all four years of high school. She then attended and graduated from Genesse State Teacher's College where she was a member of the Phi Kappi Pi sorority. She became a stewardess for Delta Airlines where she was to meet her loving husband Nick. They married, she became a school teacher, then they moved onto Orlando, Florida where they started their family. They then moved to Clearwater, Singer Island, and finally to North Palm Beach where they resided for many years. Margie and Nick loved dancing. Margie was a cub scout den mother with her son. She played in a bowling league, team name was "The Evening Bags". She had a cherished horse named McGregor and loved to ride with her daughter. After her husband's untimely and tragic passing, she picked herself up and accepted a position she would hold for many years at the Palm Beach Blood Bank as their friendly and vivacious receptionist. Margie was fun and had an irrepressible, effervescent personality and was loved by all. She danced and sang all of her life and will be missed by all who knew her. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to the Lourdes Noreen McKeen Geriat Res at 315 S. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401.

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