Marjorie Elizabeth Tully (nee Whan), passed away at Riverview Care Centre in Medicine Hat on Saturday, January 16, 2021, at the age of 74 years. Along with Harvey, left to cherish Marjorie’s memory is her son, Wayne (Kim); daughter, Sherryl; granddaughters, Valerie and Kayla; five great-grandchildren; brothers, Tom and Gilbert as well as numerous family members in Ontario. Marjorie developed epilepsy at a young age which kept her from participating in alot of activities throughout her life. Even though she experienced hardships, she made the best out of everything she did. Marjorie’s life will be silently remembered by family and friends.
Dear Uncle Harvey, Sherryl & Wayne. So sorry to hear of aunt Marjorie's passing. At least we can get comfort in knowing she is in a better place now. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Tim & Cindy
Dear Harvey and family -My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time as we experience sorrow and loss. My dear sister Marjorie was blessed in life to have had a kind loving husband (Harvey) and two lovely children(Sherryl and Wayne). Everyday life was not easy for Marjorie having epilepsy (i remember as a young boy) making life a challenge and so uncertain for her. She always maintained a strong Christian faith through-out her life and loved to sing hymns and play the piano and accordian . As a young boy i remember her love for jig-saw puzzles and in particular one difficult puzzle with over one thousand pieces and she was worried near the end that there might be a missing piece...but in the end it all came together. I am mindful of a familiar hymn and a bible verse that is meaningful to us all but must have been especially meaningful to my dear sister Marjorie through the years of her life and the difficulties of having epilepsy.... He Leadeth Me....#3 " Lord,I would clasp thy hand in mine, and never murmur nor repine, content, whatever lot i see, since tis thy hand that leadeth me! #4 And when my task on earth is done,when by thy grace the victory's won, e'er death's cold wave i will not flee, since God through Jordan leadeth me. The bible verse is found in Philippians 3:20 " But our citizenship is in Heaven....." Christian love... tom
Our condolences to you Harvey and Sherryl , Wayne and Kim . We have many good memories of Marjorie , and often think of her musical talents. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family . Gilbert and Nelda
Randy and Linda would like to extend our condolences to Uncle Harvey and the extended families. Its never easy to lose someone we love, but knowing they are in heaven makes it a little easier. You are all in our thoughts and prayers as we travel this road of grieving together. Hugs to everyone.
Dear Uncle Harvey, Sherryl, Wayne and families,
We want to express our sincere sympathies to you and the extended family on your loss. I have fond memories of Aunt Marge playing the accordion and her warm smile. We hope that your own memories of her comfort you in the days ahead. You remain in our thoughts and prayers.
Harvey and Family,
Veronica and I were very sorry to hear of Marjorie's passing.
Please accept our deepest condolences and if you need any help feel free to ask.
Robert & Veronica
Sorry, Harvey, we just heard and may the strength from the Lord be your strength as you are comforted by Him.
There are a lot of good memories.