So sad to hear this afternoon of the passing of Marjorie, condolences to the family from the 'Callbeck' clan. We all have very fond memories of our neighbor as we were growing up. There is not a single Halloween that goes by that one of us does not bring up her popcorn balls, they were the best ever (and for Wendy the only thing she liked about Halloween...lol).
Murray and I send our deepest condolences to the entire family. We got to know Marge as her next door neighbour. We first got to know her cats Tony and Bailey. We then met Marge and loved spending time with her watching hockey, and baseball. We loved to visit her, her family and the cats over the years. She was a beautiful lady with such a kind heart. We will miss her dearly. Lynn and Murray Hinz
My dear friend Marj, it is so hard to get used to not seeing you anymore. For many years I had the pleasure to meet Marj, I came to worked as a care giver to her late husband George in Oct of 2001 and after his passing I stayed and care for her.
She became a dear friend to me, we enjoyed our talked about Family, Sports, Politics.
She was so generous, specially with the lest fortunate. Always donating to different institutions.
We enjoyed going out for lunch at BP’s, her favorite was Onion soup. She always corrected me when I spoke or wrote something wrong (always appreciated because English is my second language, she was a great teacher and thanks to that I’m a better writer and speaker) thank you Marj for that.
As a caregiver I have to be hanks her entire family for being so caring with her, not many seniors have the fortune to have such a care. I know that she was very thankful with all of you.
My condolences to all her family. You had a great mother, grandma, sister and friend, she will be dearly missed.
She’s on her way to meet her sweetheart George and her dear son David.
Until we meet again my dear friend Marj, love you and I will never forget you, Clara Flores
Condolences to the family of Marjorie Lefevre from the Holy Cross Alumni. Dolores Bramall on behalf of the Alumni.
When I was a baby, I would not eat and had gotten very thin. My mother, Marge's niece, had to have surgery and so I went to stay with the Lefevre family at 9 Maple Place. With the love and care of Marge, Jeanne, and Laurie, I became a chubby, smiling baby in no time! Later on we enjoyed many dinners at the Bamboo Inn in Chinook Centre and Aunt Marge and Cousin David joined us on my wedding cruise in Europe.
Aunt Marge always brought joy and brightness to the world with her love of family, her kindness, and her ability to always see the good. Even at the end, Marge never lost her very special way of seeing the best in every person and situation. Marjorie Leferve was a lovely woman; it was a privilege to know her.
I met the Lefevre Family not long after Stan and I became friends in grade 7 and I spent many a weekend during my teen years at the Maple Crescent Lefevre home. Marge became a second Mom to me and I soon was included in family meals and events. I was very fortunate to know them all. My sincere condolences to the family at this most difficult time. Marge will always be remembered just as she was, a kind giving lady.