Eternal Hills Funeral Home, Cremation and Memory Gardens

3594 Stone Mountain Highway, Snellville, GA


Marjorie L. Kellum

March 7, 1930May 11, 2020
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The clock of life is wound but once, and no man has the power to tell just when the hands will stop. At a late or early hour, now is the only time you own, so love and work with enthusiasm. Place no farther in tomorrow for the clock may then be still. By: Robert H Smith

On Monday night May 11, 2020 at approximately 9:45pm (a time fixed before the foundation of the world) God penned in the annals of glory “The End,” and in a moment - in the twinkling of an eye - He called to a close on earth but the beginning in heaven the life of Marjorie Lorraine Kellum. Marjorie Lorraine Kellum affectionately known as Peggy, the first-born child of the late William James Kellum, Sr. and Margaret Richardson Kellum on March 7, 1930 in New York, New York.

A graduate of Seward Park High School in New York City, Peggy became a member of the All Saints Church on Passion Wednesday, April 14, 1943. She completed an 8-week course on modeling at the Sepia Art Studios, Inc on May 2, 1948 and briefly modeled. She was later employed by the United States Postal Service 1968. She worked at the Flushing Annex where she served on the Credit Union Board and oversaw the parking lot. She retired in 1990 to take care of her aging mother and to help out with the care of her aunt Susie.

Peggy was a wonderful caregiver. She took care of her mother until her death in 1999. In late 2000 to early 2001 she decided to move from their home in Queens, NY to New Jersey to be closer to family. In 2005, her love for her family and desire to be closer resulted in her decision to move south to Georgia.

From a young age she loved music and dancing. She also loved traveling, crocheting, word puzzles, going out to eat, watching her TV, and playing games on her phone but most of all spending time with family and friends.

Our beloved Peggy leaves in loving memories a brother William James Kellum, Jr (Charlotte) Las Vegas, NV. Two Nieces; Leslie Kellum Obrien (Rick) and Ladora Kellum Remy of Las Vegas, NV. A devoted cousin whom she referred to as the daughter she never had, Carla Green Wilson (Lawrence) Conyers, GA, and a host of loving cousins and friends. The funeral service will be livestreamed on Friday, May 15 at 2 PM at https://www.facebook.com/Eternal-Hills-Funeral-Home-Cremation-Services-135373843179042/.


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Florie Eaves

May 20, 2020

Extending my deepest sympathy to the family. I worked with Margie for many years at the Post Office and she was a beautiful person. It was a pleasure to have known her.

God Bless you all,

Florie Eaves

Kim and Shawn Jackson

May 19, 2020

I just wanted to say I love you Peggy. You are being missed so much right now. Carla gave me this picture as well that I wanted to post, it’s at our favorite place. That’s right ( The Golden Corral).

Carol Richardson

May 18, 2020

My condolences to the family. I worked with Margie for many years in the Post Office. I had the privilege of talking with her around 3wks ago. I thank God for our last conversation. She may be gone but she will never be forgotten. Sleep in Peace Margie!

Reg & Lori Brown

May 16, 2020

Aunt Peggy,
We are really going to miss you. Your positive words of encouragement were always uplifting. We are so thankful for the moments we've shared.
Reg & Lori

Loria Jordan

May 15, 2020

Thank you for being there every day after school waiting for me and the kids with loving open arms. I will truly miss you.

Fred McNeil

May 15, 2020

Rest in heavenly peace my dear. Many blessings to Carla and family for your steadfast love for our beloved Peggy. May God hold you close,

Wanda Scott

May 15, 2020

Aunt Peggy ,
A beautiful women with a sweet and kind spirit as “Aunt Peggy” to all of us .
We will miss you

Morris & Ranee Jackson

May 15, 2020

Aunt Peggy, you were one of a kind and you will be missed, but what a beautiful life you lived, and that is what we will always remember and, of course, that beautiful smile. We love you, Aunt Peggy. May you always dance in Heaven❤️

Sharon Cookie Simmons

May 15, 2020

So many happy memories shared with Aunt Peggy and Barbara.

Carla. My prayers and condolences to you and your family.


Delores Green

May 15, 2020

God knew that I needed a friend, a true friend and so we were joined together in friendship and we remained as such. Although you're gone to be with our lord and savior, that's how you will always remain my beloved friend sent to me in my time of need from God. Memories are a Blessed keep sake and their are many that you have left for me to share. The joy, the laughter, the talks the good and the sad. The times we shared at the Walker senior center the many days at the aquatic center in Gwinnett. I shall miss you my true friend but you will always remain in my heart Peggy Kellum until we meet again I remain your true friend sent from God


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