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Marjorie W. Juul

June 20, 1916 - November 29, 2016

Obituary


Marjorie Sanson Juul
20 June 1916 - 29 November 2016


Marjorie Weiler Sanson Juul, aged 100 years, died 29 November in Brewster, Massachusetts, with her daughters at her side. Born in Garfield, New Jersey, she spent much of her life in Berkeley Heights NJ before moving to Glastonbury, Connecticut in 1972. She vacationed on Cape Cod for decades and spent her final years at Epoch (now Wingate) in Brewster in the nursing care facility. The family is grateful for the patient and loving care she received from the staff at Wingate.

Marjorie Sanson Juul
20 June 1916 - 29 November 2016


Marjorie Weiler Sanson Juul, aged 100 years, died 29 November in Brewster, Massachusetts, with her daughters at her side. Born in Garfield, New Jersey, she spent much of her life in Berkeley Heights NJ before moving to Glastonbury, Connecticut in 1972. She vacationed on Cape Cod for decades and spent her final years at Epoch (now Wingate) in Brewster in the nursing care facility. The family is grateful for the patient and loving care she received from the staff at Wingate.

Marjorie is survived by her daughters, Juliet Sanson Bongfeldt and her husband Paul, and Marjorie Sanson and husband M Steven Morgan, as well as six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The last member of a family of nine siblings, she was also predeceased by the death of her husbands Mario Victor Sanson and Frederick Carl Juul, as well as the death of her son Thomas Mario Sanson.

Throughout her life she was active in community and church activities, most recently at First Church of Christ in Glastonbury and the hospice in that city. An accomplished craftswoman, she won prizes for her braided rugs and flower arrangements.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, 10 December, at St Peter's Lutheran Church, 310 Rte 137, Harwich MA, at 11:00 a.m, In lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be directed to First Church of Christ, Glastonbury, or St Peter's Lutheran Church. For online condolences, please visit www.nickersonfunerals.com.