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Marjorie Caldwell

Mar. 15, 1926 - May 19, 2017

Marjorie A. Caldwell 91 of Heyburn was born March 15, 1926 in Hollis Kansas to Louey and Sadie Cox Bowersox. She passed away at her home Friday, May 19, 2017 in Heyburn, Idaho

Marjorie married George R. Caldwell August 23, 1934 in Clay Center, Kansas. To that marriage were born 4 children. Anthony-Deceased, Allen of Superior, Montana, Berry of Heyburn, Donna Price of Rupert.

She worked as a waitress when they first moved out here, then she went into potatoes. From the time her children were little their friends would call her mom or momma and for some it was grandma. She will be missed by all that knew and loved her.

She is preceded in death by both her parents, one brother Don, her husband George, her son Anthony and a granddaughter Lucrectia Caldwell.

At Marjorie’s request Private family services will be held. In lieu of flowers she requested donations be made to the Rupert Animal Shelter, or Shiners Hospital for children in Salt Lake City, Utah. If you knew mom she did not like a fuss, so remember her as the hard worker that she was, her love of fishing and gardening. Services are under the direction of Joel Heward Hansen Mortuary. On line condolences may be left at hansen-mortuary.com

Condolences for Marjorie Caldwell

From The Shaw's & Archuleta Family :
So sorry for your loss our Deepest sympathy to all the Caldwell family, your in our prayers Lucy & Lonnie Shaw & Archuleta family Rest in Peace Margie .
From Janet and Larry Huff:
Berry, so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She will be missed and remembered.
From Sheri B:
A beautiful soul that will be greatly missed. Sending thoughts and condolences to Barry and family. I will miss her sweet smiles and chats about her love of family and her flowers!
From Brenda Williams:
Again the best momma in-law I have had. And one hell of a joyful woman.
From Crystal and Family:
It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that grandma Caldwell has passed with our sincere condolences for their loss. I was blessed to have been one of her gran-daughters and to have known the soft side of her whom was kind and caring and forgiving and funny. I will miss her many stories and her laugh, which in turn, made me laugh. I enjoyed listening to her many loving recollections of her father, and life in Kansas, that she shared with me, and her many sayings and wise words. Knowing that she will be going home to her grandpa and loving father and mother, brings me comfort and makes me smile. You will be terribly missed, by the many people you have touched. Rest in peace GRANDMA, I will miss you. Love you
From Stephanie Clayton:
So sorry for your loss.
From Leonard & Cathy Ingalls:
She was special to a lot of people... She will be missed..
From Christina Ornelas:
So sorry for your loss!
From Estrella Aleman Herrera :
Condolences to the Caldwell family. She'll be greatly missed. Sorry I didn't go back and visit.
From DAVID ALEMAN AND FAMILY:
MY MAMMA YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART AND I HAVE ALWAYS LOVED YOU LIKE MY OWN MOTHER
From JOANNE SCHENK :
Iam so sorry, Donna and Barry for the loss of your Dear Mother.She was a fun, kind and interesting person.I enjoyed visiting with her every time in the hospital or when we met around town. She went through many trials but remained upbeat and showed courage.
From Myrna Craner:
So sorry Donna! I'm here if you need me, OK.
From Mary and Harold Poole :
We are so sorry for your loss. She was so kind!! May she rest in the arms of an angel. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
From Mary and Harold Poole :
We are so sorry for your loss. She was so kind!! May she rest in the arms of an angel. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
From Cindy Allen:
I'm so sorry for your loss. You are all in my prayers.
From Connie Cox Brunell:
So sorry for the lost of your mother. I remember her well. Barry was in my class.Your family has our sympathy.
From Donnis Cox Knoettgen:
Marjorie and I were cousins. We loved to go to their house. Aunt Sadie always had fried chicken for dinner. She raised them, butchered them and served us the best fried chicken I have ever eaten. Uncle Louie raised watermelons and he would break one open and we would eat the heart. We had lots of fun roaming the pasture and finding treasures. Some of my best childhood memories. Sending sympathy to all the family.
From Dean Gill:
Remember Marjorie well and all the kids sorry to hear of her passing RIP Marjorie
From HOPE rovig:
So sorry for your loss..love you all .My thoughts and prayers are with you.
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