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Marjorie Gail Warfield

June 4, 1938 ~ December 2, 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old

Marjorie Warfield Obituary

Marjorie Gail Warfield, known affectionately to friends and family as Marjorie, passed away on December 2nd, 2023, in Orange County, California. Born on June 4th, 1938, in India, her life was a vibrant journey that touched many hearts with kindness and warmth.

Marjorie's early years in India set the stage for a life full of adventure and compassion. Her journey led her to Orange County, where she became a beloved figure in the community. Marjorie's radiant smile and generous spirit were a constant source of joy to all who knew her.

For over four decades, Marjorie dedicated herself to the service industry, working as a well-known waitress who provided exceptional hospitality. Her ability to make everyone feel like the most important person in the room was truly remarkable. Marjorie's professional life was a reflection of her personal ethos: to serve and uplift others with selflessness and love.

Beyond her work, Marjorie's zest for life was evident in her many interests. She was an avid sports fan, with a particular passion for baseball, the Dodgers being her all-time favorite team. The excitement of the game and the community it fostered were sources of great joy for her. Marjorie also relished the thrill of playing cards, especially blackjack. Her competitive yet gracious nature made every game memorable for those who played with her.

Family was the cornerstone of Marjorie's world. She cherished every moment spent with her loved ones, especially her son Colin, her grandchildren Christian and Alyjaa, and her great-grandchildren Cayden and Malia. Her home was a hub of laughter, storytelling, and of course, delicious food. Marjorie's lasagna was legendary, particularly to Colin, who could never get enough of his mother's special recipe.

Marjorie's legacy is one of love, kindness, and selflessness. These words not only describe her; they embody the life she lived and the impact she had on others. She had an innate ability to make people feel valued and cared for, a trait that drew people to her and left an indelible mark on their lives.

As we bid farewell to Marjorie Gail Warfield, we celebrate a life well-lived and a woman well-loved. Her memory will continue to inspire and guide us, just as her presence enriched our lives. Marjorie's spirit, so full of love and generosity, will be deeply missed, but she leaves behind a beautiful tapestry of memories that will be cherished by all who were fortunate enough to know her.

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