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Marjorie R. (Smith) Wagner

Marjorie R. (Smith) Wagner, 92, of Westminster, CO, passed away peacefully, Thursday, April 9, 2020 at her home. Graveside memorial services will be 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 at the Evergreen Cemetery in Loup City. Rev. Lori Stevens will officiate. Peters Funeral Home of Loup City is assisting the family. Marge was born on July 18, 1927, at Loup City, the daughter of Edith R. (Henry) and Lawrence N. Smith. She was the youngest of six children and raised in Loup City. Through her 92 years she always called Loup City her home. Marge was a devoted daughter, wife, mother and friend. She married Thomas Wagner in 1950 and began a life journey with him that took them to many different cities. Marge made friends easily through her kindness and ability to make everyone feel special. She enjoyed cooking and hosting parties. Marge enjoyed embroidering and cross-stitching as hobbies and volunteered at local hospitals to help bring cheer to those who needed it most. Marge was an avid bridge player. She lived her life with grace and a strong faith in God and family. Marge is survived by her daughters, Patricia (Michael) Hordell and Barbara (Doug) Cox; and son-in-law, Peter Mahoney. She is also survived by her seven grandchildren, Jason, Brandon, Tyler (Stephanie), Shannon, Madison, Morgan and Elizabeth; and four great-grandchildren, Emilee, Aidan, Wesley and Giana. Her family was her greatest joy. She always put them first in everything she did. She was preceded in death by her husband, Tom and her daughter, Dianne Mahoney. They, along with her mother, father, brothers, sisters and many loved ones, were waiting to greet her after her final move to God’s kingdom on April 9th. “Dementia means grieving your loved one while they are here only to grieve them again when they are gone.”

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A candle was lit in memory of Marjorie Wagner

Barbara Cox Sep 6 2020 5:34 PM