Ms. Marjorie A. Jackson, 70, of Zelienople passed away on Wednesday, December 29th 2021 at the UPMC Passavant Hospital in McCandless Township.
Marjorie was born on March 14th, 1951 in Pittsburgh to the late George R. and Audrey (Heitz) Jackson. She graduated from Seneca Valley High School in 1969. She worked for Carol’s Bakery in Zelienople as a bakery assistant for over 25 years. Marjorie was a member of the Harmony Zelienople United Methodist Church, where she also cleaned. She enjoyed being around her family and friends, making jewelry, and cheering on the Pittsburgh Pirates and Penguins.
She is survived by her sister, Mrs. Elaine Colao of Ellwood City, her niece Patty Colao of Ellwood City, her great-niece, Becky Colao of Ellwood City, and her bestfriend, Kathy Reisinger.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her brother, George R. Jackson Jr., her sister, Janet Jackson, and her brother-in-law, Victor F. Colao.
Public visitation will be held on Monday, January 3rd, 2022 from 4-6 PM and on Tuesday, January 4th, 2022 from 10:00 am until the time of funeral service at 11:00 with Pastor John Jefferis officiating at the Samuel Teolis Funeral Home and Crematory Inc.. Interment will follow at St. Gregory’s Cemetery in Zelienople.
So sorry to see this. I knew Marge from the bakery. We always joked about going to Hawaii when I won the lottery. May she RIP and God be with her family.
So Sorry for your loss she was a good friend I love seeing Marjorie in Carol’s when she worked there she will be missed by all her friends in Zelienople and Harmony.
I was a school friend of Margie. Margie, Kathy and I moved to Pittsburgh, and shared an apartment. Margie and I worked at the same place for a while. As it’s turned out, life got in the way of us keeping in touch. I moved to southern California and Margie and Kathy eventually moved back to Zelie. Margie was such a kind, loving person. She would do anything that anyone needed her to do; always there for you. I’ve missed her and Kathy through the years. I am so saddened by her passing, but I believe she is truly in GOD’S loving arms right now. Margie, you were a great and wonderful friend. I pray for the comfort of your family, but inside I KNOW that you are now in the company of everyone you loved that’s gone before you. The world was a better place for having had you in it. Right now I am thinking about so many of the good times we all had together. So many friends and so many wonderful conversations . I will always treasure those memories. Love you Margie!
Margie and I were friends for fifty five years and I will miss her very much. We shared many apartments and life experiences. I agree with Patti that Margie was a kind and loving person. Her mission field was the bakery where she would dispense baked goods, prayers and godly wisdom. She truly cared about people and would always greet you with a smile. She has gone on to be with the Lord and we rejoice that she is free from the cares of this world. I pray that her family and friends are comforted with the knowledge that Margie is delighting in the Lord’s presence each and every day.