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In Loving Memory

Weisenfels-Green, Marjorie Ann

(nee: Hughes) Monday, July 27, 2020.

Beloved wife of the late Charles W. Weisenfels Jr. and Donald J. Green; loving mother of Charles W. (Jane) Weisenfels III, John R. “Nip” (Tracey) Weisenfels, Kurt A. (Sally) Weisenfels and Kaye E. (Edward) Dement; dearest mother-in-law of Barb J. Green; dear grandmother of Kristen (Jon) Thornbrugh, Kasey (Ken) Hammond, Kate (Clay) Hartman, Jay (Kelly) Weisenfels, Sara (Erik) Tversland, Melissa (Hunter) Puckett, Zach (Clair) Weisenfels, Allison (Paul) Ryan, Michael Dement, Connie Dement and the late Sean Weisenfels; dear great grandmother of Hayden, Ian, Karsen, Lucy, Zoe, George, Jack, Mary, Abbi, Luke Grace, Lily, and Holden.

Marjorie retired from Webster Groves High School as the school librarian. She was a member of the Webster Groves Garden Club and the Webster Grove Herb Society. She served as a Stephens Minister and was a long time member of Webster Groves Presbyterian Church.

Private funeral services were held at Webster Groves Presbyterian Church with burial at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to deGreef Hospice House, Webster Groves Presbyterian Church or Ronald McDonald House. A Kutis Affton Chapel Service.


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