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Marjorie M. Lamb, 86, of Quincy, passed away at 7:10 a.m. Saturday (March 24, 2018) in Sunset Home.
Born June 28, 1931 in Quincy, Marjorie was the daughter of Clarence and Carrie Moore Dennis. She married Harold E. Lamb on July 17, 1952 in Union United Methodist Church. He preceded her in death on February 19, 2015.
Marjorie was a very active member of Union United Methodist Church where she served as a Past President of Union United Methodist Women, Chairwoman of Lydia Circle, Vice President and Treasurer of the Fidelis Sunday School Class. Marjorie enjoyed participating on church missions and in 1966 chaperoned a mission trip to the Red Bird Kentucky mission. Marjorie was also a member of the Ladies of the Blue Knights where she served as the Calling Captain, the Friendship Club (TOPS) and the Ladies Auxiliary at Sunset Home. She enjoyed embroidery and needle work, reading, cooking, camping and traveling. She especially enjoyed taking vacation trips with her church groups.
A 1949 graduate of Quincy High School, Marjorie had been employed at Motorola, Carson, Pirie & Scott, Owl Drug Store, House of Friendship and The Hatchery. She continued her education and was a graduate of the Blessing School of Practical Nursing and was employed at Blessing Hospital for 5 years, retiring in 1978 to become a full time homemaker for her family.
Survivors include her daughter, Vickie Sue Lamb of Quincy; a sister in law, Mary Lamb of Mesa, AZ; two nieces, Donna Jean Lamb of Mesa, AZ and Cathy Frisbee of Rogers, OK; a great niece, Christina; and two close friends who were special to her, Joye Anderson of Quincy and Linda Aschemann (Jeff) of Coatsburg, IL.
Marjorie was preceded in death by her parents; and her husband, Harold.
Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10:00 at Union United Methodist Church, 1101 State Street with Pastor Carol Stufflebeam officiating. Burial will be in Greenmount Cemetery
Visitation will be Thursday evening from 5:00 to 7:00 at the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home and Friday morning from 9:00 until the time of services at Union United Methodist Church.
Memorials may be made to Union United Methodist Church.