Margorie I. Stull
September 24, 1929 – June 3, 2019
Marjorie I. (Kehl) Stull, 89, of Taylorville, passed away on June 3, 2019 at Life’s Journey Senior Living in Taylorville. She was born on September 24, 1929 in Athensville, Illinois to Hal and Opal King Griffith. Marjorie graduated from Roodhouse High School in 1947 and retired from Cilco in 1986 after thirty one years of service. She married William Kehl in 1953 and they divorced, she married Frank Stull in 1986 and he preceded her in death in 2002. Mrs. Stull is survived by her children: Rick (Marianne) Kehl of Mason City and John (Brenda) Kehl of Taylorville, five grandchildren: Crystal (Tim) Winans of Taylorville, Jeremy (Rhonda) Harris of Assumption, Kristen (Eric) Wood of Mason City, Jason (Jenny) Kehl of Bloomington and Jenny (Mike) Mabert of Burlington, WI., several great-grandchildren and one sister Virginia Davenport of Bethalto. She was preceded in death by one brother Harry. The family will greet friends from 5:00pm until 7:00pm on Wednesday June 5, 2019 at Bisch and Son Funeral Home, 505 East Allen Street. A private burial will take place at Greenfield Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Christian County Senior Center and please visit the online “Life Remembered Story” at www.bischandsonfuneralhome.com.
- Christian County Senior Center
- Visitation Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Margorie I. Stull
Barb and Reg Fulks
June 5, 2019
Our deepest sympathy to Marjorie's family. Frank was my sister, Mary Alice's, widower. We stayed close to Frank after my sister's passing and when Frank met Margie we were so happy for him. She was such a nice, sweet person and we enjoyed spending time with her, even after Frank's passing. So sorry for your loss.
Sister Rose McKeown
June 5, 2019
Just want to offer my condolences to all of Marge's family. I first got to know her when she joined our group that met at Angelo's each Monday evening. She enjoyed being with the group and we enjoyed being with her. She was a good friend. She loved her family and was proud of each of them. Then, she went on hospice and I would visit her at Life's Journey. She would recognize me as someone she knew and welcomed the visits. She welcomed prayer and was comforted by prayer. The last few weeks, she was asleep most of the time when I went. But, the last time, she was awake, very weak and tired. I felt it would be our last visit. She has a sense of peace that all was okay. May you all know God's peace as you hand Marge over to the Lord knowing you took very good care of her...she was surrounded by love, your love. I am sorry that I cannot be at the visitation but we have a grief support group this evening from 6pm-7p.m. Blessings, love, care and peace. Sister Rose
June 4, 2019
I had the privilege of meeting and getting to know this wonderful woman through her son and wife and their daughter (our daughter-in-law) several years ago. She was such a beautiful person, both inside and out who I enjoyed each time we got to be with her. We got to spend holidays and family vacations with her and enjoyed every minute. Rick, you and Marianne and your brother and the kids have our sympathy and our love. We loved your mom.💕