OBITUARY

Marjorie Loretta Lunderville

November 17, 1934November 13, 2021

PEKIN ~ Marjorie Loretta Lunderville, 86, of Pekin, passed away at 6:55 p.m. Saturday, November 13, 2021 at Pekin Manor.

Born November 17, 1934 in Peoria to William Ray and Myrtle Marie (Deschaine) Heaton, she married Delmar Deiss on January 25, 1953 in Pekin. She later married Duane Lunderville on September 21, 1968 at Long Beach Naval Station in Long Beach, California. The spent many years traveling and living in many parts of the country. Duane died August 2, 2011 in Barron, Wisconsin. She also was preceded in death by her parents and eleven brothers and sisters.

Marjorie is survived by two devoted sons, Delmar (Kathie) Deiss of Pekin and Robert (Amy) Deiss of Mapleton; four grandchildren, Rob (Kendra) Deiss of Ashland, Ohio, Ryan (Jill) Deiss of Mackinaw, Troy (DeLayne) Deiss of Metamora and Michele (Ben) Caruana of Galesburg; seven great-grandchildren and two sisters.

She was a longtime waitress and also had worked in housekeeping in the hotel industry.

Marjorie enjoyed house parties, getting together with friends, dancing and music. She was a fan of the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Cubs.

She will be buried in the Northern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery at Spooner, Wisconsin at a later date. Per her wishes, no services are planned. Arrangements are by Preston-Hanley Funeral Homes & Crematory in Pekin.

To express condolences online, visit www.preston-hanley.com

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Tracy Roots

November 18, 2021

Tracy Roots

November 18, 2021

Tracy Roots

November 18, 2021

Tracy Roots

November 17, 2021

Oh Grandma (that's what I called her) with tears streaming down my face I can see your warm smile and kind eyes. My fellow Greenbay fan i will always hold dear to my heart every moment we shared, every laugh we had and every game we watched our boys win (go pack go) now you can watch um win from the skies like we talked about. Ill never forget how excited you'd be when I came into your room in the morning and how you loved your chocolate ice cream. I knew when the time was nearing how hard it would be when this day came. But now you can waltz with ur husband again. Forever in my heart ❤ Love Always, Tracy (your favorite CNA.

Robert Deiss

November 16, 2021

I know few people knew my Mom but she was an incredible person .
She loved to dance with her late husband Duane , They started a dance club in Cameron WI. I had the pleasure to witness those two dance more than once and they were incredible to watch. I know he was waiting at the gates and probably asked what took you so long Margie ,

You will be missed Mom

Bobby Deiss

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