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Biscan, Marjorie

In Loving Memory

Biscan, Marjorie (nee Sylvester)

July 7, 1935 - November 17, 2023

Fortfied with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on Friday, November 17th, 2023.

Beloved wife of the late Charles Biscan; devoted mother to Tim (Nancy) Biscan, Dan (Lisa) Biscan, Mike “Moose” Biscan, and Mary (Joe) Laaker; adoring grandmother of Jon (Maggie) Biscan, Jennifer (Greg) Prost, Natalie (Lee) Hamilton, Kayla (Andy) Ruhlman, Michael Laaker, and Sarah Biscan; cherished great-grandmother of Mason Biscan, Weston Prost, Theodore “Theo” Prost, Elias “Eli” Prost, Aria Biscan, Everly Biscan, and Henry Hamilton; our dearest sister, aunt, cousin, and friend.

A special thank you to St. Mary’s Complete Home Care for their care, compassion and love they had for her always. Especially Diedra and Winnie.

In lieu of flowers, contributions made to the American Heart Association in honor of Marjorie are greatly appreciated.

SERVICES: Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL (10151 Gravois Rd. 63123) on Friday, December 1st at 9:15 AM for 10:00 AM Mass at Assumption Catholic Church (4725 Mattis Rd. 63128). Interment at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Visitation on Thursday at Kutis, from 5:00 – 8:00 PM.


12 thoughts on “Biscan, Marjorie (nee Sylvester)”

  1. The first night I spent together as an overnight shift care giver with you, You woke up around 1am and I was up you told me you should get some sleep I just wish I can walk to the bathroom by myself I told her it’s ok that’s why am here to help you out she said I know and then she said I know am old but I can always be your friend
    So to my Favorite Old friend and Mom to the sweetest old lady I know I miss you so much but sleep and take your rest no more pain no more worries I love u so much. From Winnie the poo

  2. As I write these words just know that I am missing your smile so much I loved your Sarcasm & your honesty.. your stories of experience & adventure, You were definitely the Mother figure that we all loved.. I had noo idea caring for you I would learn what I’ve learned, & meet soo many amazing people.. Not knowing when I started working with you that the attachment & our relationship would grow into what it has.. I enjoyed preparing your meals with all of the fruits & vegetables.. Poor Richards will always be our fried Mushroom & Zucchini spot (our secret lol) I thank you & all of your children for pulling me in as part of their family unit.. They can’t get rid of me now !! & I thank St Mary’s for assigning me to you.. it turned into more than just an assignment. Miss you & love you Mrs Marjorie rest easy 🩷Diedra your Bestfriend🩷

  3. To Tim and Nancy and the rest of the Biscan family, we are sorry for your loss, but we know Marge is in a better place. As I said, Charlie welcomed her with open arms. She will be missed. She was one lovely lady.

  4. We didn’t have the luxury of knowing Marge very long, but we soon discovered what a very kind & loving person she was. God bless her soul.

  5. We were saddened to hear of Marge’s passing. She and Charlie were always so warm and welcoming to us many years ago when we lived in STL. We felt like part of the family when son David (Gretchen) included us in many family gatherings. May Marge rest in peace, feel joy and healing, now that she is reunited with Charlie. God bless the Biscan family.

  6. So sad to hear of my Grandma’s passing. Thankful for the many years I spent with her and for raising her son, my dad, David, to be such a great father to my siblings and I. My grandparents will forever be remembered by us and we will always honor their legacy. Rest in peace together forever.

  7. So sorry to learn of the passing of Marge. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. We have known Marge and her family since her son,David, and our daughter,Gretchen, met 40 years ago and married. They gave Marge and Charlie 4 wonderful grandchildren and one very sweet great granddaughter. I know she and Charlie are once again happily together.

  8. Marge was a very special and loving person. I always felt like I had a second mother. She was so much fun on our girls weekends at the lake. I so appreciate her family sharing her with me. Please know she will never be forgotten.

  9. I have such fun memories of Marge and the entire Biscan clan… Cul-de-sac antics, Fishing in Canada, the annual vacation to Sportman’s Resort (topped-off with a night at the Ozark Opry), and so on. Marge & Charlie were cherished friends of our family who inspired us with their rock solid faith and commitment to family. Praying that Marge is happily reunited with Charlie, Dick & Jean, and they are forever reunited with our Savior in heaven. With love and my deepest sympathy!

  10. It was our joy to live next door to Marge and Moose for the last 20 years. Marge took Nanci and I and made us part of their family. One of the most giving hearts I have ever met. The neighborhood will never be the same.


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