Burial will follow at Roselawn Memorial Gardens in Henderson. Mark Quaytman of Sunnyside, Queens. She graduated from Connecticut College and received a master of fine arts degree in painting from the University of Washington. She is survived by her mother, Myrtle Wheelus age 101 ; sister LaRue Elliff and husband Larry; brother Gary Wheelus and wife Kathy, all of Harlingen, Texas; daughter Teresa Coleman and husband Ron of Houston; son Randy Moorman and wife Michelle of The Woodlands; grandchildren Douglas Coleman and wife Cortney, Leigh Ann Coleman, Ryan Moorman, Travis Moorman and Heather Moorman; and four great grandchildren Cooper, Abigail, Brooklyn and Bailee. . Margaret was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Bruce Dowell, in 2003, and three brothers, Bob, Ken and Neil Moorman, all formerly of Hardinsburg.
Then comes Christmas, with carols, bright lights on the tree, and presents for everyone! Her husband is the son of the late Mr. Her previous marriage ended in divorce. Marge absolutely loved her numerous grandchildren, and she believed her greatest blessings called her Grandma. The bride, who will keep her name, is the author of ''A Sister's Need,'' a book about the siblings of the mentally ill, to be published by W. Dowell retired in 1993, after more than 20 years as a case worker for the state of Kentucky, where she strived to improve the lives of others. She is preceded in death by her father Lloyd Wheelus, husband Bob Moorman and son Ronnie Moorman. Margaret was a loving mom, sister, daughter and grandmother, always smiling, loving, sweet and happy.
The bride is a daughter of the late Mr. Her father, a civil engineer, was the chief engineer of the Development Loan Fund, a precursor of the Agency for International Development in Washington. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Deborah Kania, and is survived by her son, David Kim Moorman; daughters, Dale Cardenas and Diane Brad Bromelow; son-in-law, Stan Kania; along with stepsons, Michael and Mason Moorman; step-daughters, Merle Karl McHugh and Marla Dean Murray, and sister, Ruth Scardilli. November 26, 1989, Page 001070 The New York Times Archives Margaret Moorman, a writer, and Harvey Quaytman, a painter, were married last evening at the bridegroom's studio in New York by Rabbi Charles D. A celebration of life has been planned for Saturday, Sept. She moved to the Rio Grande Valley at age 2 where she would graduate from Santa Rosa High School in 1948. Shortly after graduating from Baylor University she married Bob Moorman in 1952 and celebrated 42 years of marriage until his passing in 1995.
She enjoyed her friends and caretakers over her last nine years at Atria and Hampton Assisted Living. Every December, Emma and her family celebrate two special holidays. She was a member of First Baptist Church and had been a member of Watson Lane Baptist Church, where she served as organist and taught Sunday school for many years. A family visitation will be held at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home at 6900 Lawndale St. First comes Hanukkah, with dreidel games and lighting the menorah. His father was a certified public accountant in New York and his mother, Rose Quaytman, was a piano teacher in Lawrence, L.
The funeral service is 10 a. The funeral service will be held at Forest Park Lawndale on Wednesday, July 24, 2013, at 1:30 pm. Friday, at the funeral hom, with Rev. In a heartwarming holiday story, an interfaith family celebrates two special traditions. His two previous marriages ended in divorce. The bridegroom, whose work is represented in museums and private collections, graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and from Tufts University.
While she hailed from New Jersey, Marge was lucky enough to spend 20 years living in Jensen Beach, and again blessed to retire near her grandchildren in Alpharetta, Ga. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to St. . . .
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