Let the memory of Marjorie be with us forever
  • 81 years old
  • Born on May 2, 1927 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States.
  • Passed away on November 28, 2008 in Oviedo, Florida, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Marjorie Schlie, 81, born on May 2, 1927 and passed away on November 28, 2008. We will remember her forever.

Marjorie's husband, Roland Schlie also has a memorial at Roland-Schlie.ForeverMissed.com

Roland and Marjorie Schlie were married on October 21st, 1950. 

Posted by Timothy Schlie on 2nd May 2017
Happy Birthday Mommy. You would have been 90 years old today. I'm down at the beach in Florida today and I know you would have loved it. I even got to swim next to a manatee. They are happy to just float and enjoy the water, just like you used to. I'll go out swimming in the ocean and jump with the waves later today just like I used to do with you. I really miss you and I'm very glad you were my Mommy.
Posted by Phil Schlie on 2nd May 2016
I have two pictures of her on the wall above my dresser. In one she holds me as an infant. You can see the love flowing out of her. It is the first thing I see every day, keeping her always alive in my mind, always a part of me, loving her forever.
Posted by Deborah Werner on 8th December 2015
I missing being able to come and visit you during Thanksgiving, Christmas and spring break. Thank you for all the good Christmases you provided. Love always, Deb
Posted by Timothy Schlie on 2nd May 2014
Happy birthday, Mom. You are in my heart, now and forever.
Posted by Sarah Matthiesen on 2nd May 2014
Happy birthday, Grandma! I always loved getting to celebrate our birthdays together. One of my favorite birthdays was when you drew a beautiful barbie face for my party so we could play pin the earring on the barbie! You were incredibly talented and creative! Thank you for all of the love you shared with us.
Posted by Deborah Werner on 9th April 2014
The unconditional love you provided throughout our lives has taught us to better love others.
Posted by Mary Hill on 9th April 2014
I think of you, Mom, each time I go swimming.

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