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Marjorie Fox

In Loving Memory

Fox, Marjorie E. (nee Klepper)

May 6, 1940 - March 21, 2024


Thursday March 21, 2024.

Beloved wife of the late John W. Fox, Sr.; loving mother of Debbie (Tom) Bereyso, Karen (Garry) Munson, Sandi Costello, Marti (James) Lucas and John W. Fox, Jr.; dear grandmother of Nicki and Scott Munson, Ashley (Brian) Roesslein, Bobby Costello, Sean Fox , Brittany and Brooke Bedrosian; dear great-grandmother of Skylar Munson, Maggie, Ava and Dean Roesslein, Aubreon and Brayden Johnson; dear daughter of the late Fred and Alice Klepper; dear sister of the late William (Joan) and Fred (Barbara) Klepper.

Margie was born in Indianapolis and moved to St. Louis in 1974. She was a loving wife, mother, daughter and friend.

She was employed at Fricks, serving as a call center manager for 15 years and was also a manager at Wellbridge for 10 years.

She loved being a mother and grandmother. She never met a stranger and was a friend to everyone. A strong and outgoing person who was fun to be around.

Margie enjoyed crafts, her houseplants and hosting front porch happy hours. After losing her husband she joined a cancer support group that encouraged “hugfests”.

Services; Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois Wednesday March 27, 9:30 AM until service at 11:30 AM. Interment JB National Cemetery. Memorials to American Cancer Society appreciated.


9 thoughts on “Fox, Marjorie E. (nee Klepper)”

  1. I remember when we first met Thanksgiving of 2005 I was so nervous about going to a family Thanksgiving but the first thing she did was give me a big bear hug and welcomed with love all the nervous feelings I had were instantly gone thank you Granny you’ll be missed.

  2. So many treasured Granni memories for our family! It was an honor to have had her in our lives. She will be remembered with love and leaves a wonderful legacy… Prayers to all of your family as you say goodbye to sweet Granni!

  3. My sweet Granni. The best GG ever. I can’t believe you are gone but I KNOW you are at peace. I’d like to picture you guys hanging out with my Munson grandparents. Playing cards. Reminiscing. And you WALKING! You and papa walking with Butch and Pen Sue and Puzzi. Your soul is free. Thank you for teaching me how to be a good woman. I’ll love for ever. No more pain. Fly high Granni 🪽❤️‍🩹🫶🏼

  4. Miss Margie, all the wonderful memories. You had a special way of making people feel welcomed, including myself. I’m glad we were neighbors and friends
    Memories that includes happy , sad and all the in between ones. The advice given and taken, an ear ready to listen, the street mayor, the front porch ,enjoying the sun, the jokes both clean and dirty. The stories from her life. I could go on and on., 20+ years of memories. I will cherish these memories and I am honored that I got to be a part of your new journey and knowing you are ok and in a great place.

  5. Margie, I will love and miss you till the end of time. You were the embodiment of my own mom and reminded me of her so often. I can’t believe there will be no more porch Happy Hours in the afternoon sun or last minute trips to Kohl’s. I never knew what would come out of your mouth and you made me laugh till I cried some days. I still chuckle when I think of your arthritis “acting up”. I am so very grateful to have had you in my life for so many years and honored to be considered part of the family. I know you will be looking down on Allen and me and guiding us throughout our lives. Give all my fur babies that have crossed over hugs and look up my mom and my brothers, I know you will be great friends!

  6. Margie
    Remember when we met back in 1974. The girls (Debbie and Cheryl got caught climbing someone’s backyard fence).😂. We all became special friends. We remember the fun times and good times and the laughs at our homes . May you rest peacefully and enjoying your time with John. The Rodriguez family loves you . Until we met again.

  7. I am so sorry for your loss and am thinking about you at this sad time. Your mother and grand mother will live on in your memory forever.


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