Marjorie Joan Warman was born November 16,1936 in Wentzville, Missouri to Robert and Amy Maxwell. She was a country and farm girl. After she graduated, she began working at the City of St. Charles, where she met her husband, Ken Warman. The two were married and forged together a family of seven. Their children, Wendell, Blaine, Marc, Michelle, and Allan were born in 5 different cities and 4 different states. Eventually Ken and Marjorie chose Joliet, Illinois as their city residence and home.
Ken taught at Joliet Junior College and Mom took on many roles. She was a homemaker, Cub Scout den mother, Leader of 4-H Club, President of Woman’s Auxilary of the Joliet V.F.W. Mary Kay Consultant, CCD teacher and so on.
She had many hobbies and passions, from singing, playing the organ and camping. She tried her hand at art and real estate, among other things. She was cheerful and a shoulder you could cry on. She loved to serve others.
The most important event in Marjorie’s life was the day she truly found Jesus as her Lord and Savior. She could hardly talk of Jesus to others without crying and now she has departed to be with the Lover of her soul.
Marjorie passed away on November 19, 2020 in the early hours of the morning. She will be terribly missed by her children and extended family.
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