Marjorie Ann Stiles Kaylor
October 17, 1933 – April 6, 2021
Marjorie A Kaylor, 87, passed away April 6, 2021. She was born October 17, 1933 in Louisville, Kentucky. After marrying Donald, they moved to Arkansas and then Wichita. Together they opened Kaylor Dental Laboratory. Marjorie enjoyed spending time with her family, reading and watching Hallmark Movies. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald; mother, Mary (Stiles) Hehemann; father, Robert Hehemann; sister, Doris; and brothers, Robert (Nancy) and Kenneth (Sylvia). She is survived by sister, Lucille Hehemann; sons, Dennis (Julie), Ron and Tom (Lesli); grandchildren, Brent (Erin), Jon, Joni (Jim), Brandon (Jeena), Stacia and Shawn (Ally); 6 step grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and 7 step-great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or Susan G Komen Kansas. Private family services will be held.
- Jon Kaylor, Pallbearer
- Joni Girrens, Pallbearer
- Brent Kaylor, Pallbearer
- Brandon Kaylor, Pallbearer
- Shawn Kaylor, Pallbearer
- Stacia Kaylor, Pallbearer
Private Family Funeral Service
Marjorie Ann Stiles Kaylor
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April 15, 2021
Dennis, Ron, Tom and Families --
So sorry to read of your mother's passing. I have so many fond memories of both of your parents. We always enjoyed going to dinner with them and having such a good time, with lots of laughter and sharing stories, mainly about all of our kiddos.
Hopefully all of your families are doing well. If there is ever anything I can do for any of you, please don't hesitate to call on me.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
Lova Brittain and Family
April 13, 2021
I will always cherish knowing Margie. We were Seneca Bowl team members. Traveling to tournaments were always fun trips and sometimes we won the tournament. She also helped me wallpaper by first home. One of the more memorable trips was a golfing trip to Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Don had a Dental Convention and he asked Nish and I to attend so we could all play golf. Although our daily routines changed and we were not in close contact in recent years. I feel blessed to have known her and her family. She may be gone but I will always have the memories.
April 8, 2021
My brother, Donald, could not have married a better, more loving lady than Margie. She was always an inspiration to me. I spent the summer with them when I was 15, and I will always remember how good she was to me. She could always make me laugh. My deepest sympathy to her sons and families. Love, Martha Glanton
April 7, 2021
This one is a favorite of mine.