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DAVIDSON, Marjorie

September 27, 1916 – September 27, 2012

Marjorie Davidson passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 27, 2012 after a short battle with kidney cancer.

Marjorie was born is Pense, Saskatchewan on September 27, 1916, daughter of Robert and Jessie McIntyre. She graduated in nursing from the Toronto General Hospital in 1939, was an active member of the Presbyterian Church and had a true love of animals.

Marjorie is survived by her three sons, Mal (Gwen), Ron (Pam) and Don (Madeline); grandchildren, Carrie, Andrew, Graham, Marin, Lesley, Mark, Jay and Kelsey; and great-grandchildren, Joshua, Gabriel, Katie, Sebastian and Samuel. She was predeceased by her husband Ronald in 1995, her sister Vera Graham and her infant brother Donald.

A Memorial Service will be held at St. Giles Presbyterian Church (1102 – 23rd Avenue N.W.) on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. Condolences may be forwarded through Flowers gratefully declined. A special thanks is given to all the healthcare workers at the Foothills Hospital and the Rosedale Hospice who made her final days comfortable and meaningful.

In living memory of Marjorie Davidson, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Chapel of the Bells, 2720 CENTRE STREET NORTH, Telephone: 403-276-2296.

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  1. Arie and Adrie Vanduyvendyk. :

    So sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom She was a great and very kind Lady.and we where very fond of her .She has been very kind to us when we attended St Andrews in Saskatoon They made a great team in there Ministry She will be kindly remembered by all of us May the Lord comfort you all .Arie and Adrie

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  2. Margaret Munro :

    For Family of Marjorie: I am the Archivist at St. Andrew’s, Saskatoon and I have put up a display at Church today. What memories of their ministry here!. One thing your Mom wanted to do was to return and spend a day going through all the great treasures saved from c. 1925 on. Your parent’s connections to the Munros goes back to your Dad’s first ministry in the North with Rev. Jim and then to George Munro who was a good family friend. (I am their niece) If you have anything you would like added to our archives ex. an update of what your family members are doing now, we would love to add it to a whole book devoted to their special times in Saskatoon. Joy, peace and love to you all. Margaret Munro

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  3. Please accept my condolences on the loss of your mother. She was a wonderful friend to my Mom for many many years and was a beacon of light in a sometimes dark and dreary world.

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  4. Catherine Brent :

    To Mal, Don and families,
    I was so sorry to read that your mother had passed away. She was such a fine lady and good friend to me. I will miss her so much as will her many friends in Saskatoon. Both of your parents were so special to George and me at St. Andrew’s. The Brent family are thinking of you and wishing you well at this sad time.
    Cathy Brent (John and BarB)

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  5. Gladys McElwee :

    Sincere & deep condolences to Marjorie’s family. She was so special to everyone who knew her. She came out every year to Saskatoon to be with our retro young adults group from St. Andrew’s for the annual reunion of a dinner and visit. Such a charming and gentle woman who will be missed.

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  6. May and Fred Jessee :

    Please accept our condolences on the passing of your wonderful mother. I was able to get to the hospice to visit with her. May was out of town and when she got back the next week, we went over but it was too late to see her. She had a long and happy life and she will be missed by her many friends.
    May and Fred Jessee

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  7. Lloyd and Kay Pearsall :

    With sadness we send our condolences to you, Marjorie’s family and friends. We will remember her as a gracious, kind, Christian lady with a love of life, always ready for an adventure, large or small.
    We will miss her.

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