LORDSTOWN - Marjorie J. Krispinsky, 83, was reunited with Christ and many loved ones on Monday, July 2, 2012.
She was born Dec. 29, 1928, in Wellsburg, W.Va., to her loving parents Raymond H. Garretson and Susan M. Binnie.
Marjorie was part of a musical family and was an accomplished musician. She learned to play the violin as a small child and performed on the ''Wheeling Jamboree Radio Show'' with the West Virginia Whirlwinds as ''Yodeling Midge'' from 1938 to 1941. She enjoyed playing her ''fiddle'' and worked professionally for many years.
Marjorie J. Krispinsky
Her family would like to say that she was a wonderful mother who treasured her children and dedicated them and herself to God. When she laughed her blue eyes twinkled and for her children, being in her arms was the most comforting place in all the world. Marjorie took great pride in her home, working tirelessly to make it a clean and loving retreat for her family.
Marjorie was a founding member of First Church of God in Newton Falls where she taught Sunday school and Bible school. She also attended First Baptist Church in Newton Falls in her later years.
Precious memories of her will forever be cherished by her sons, Robert C. Jenkins and Paul D. Jenkins; her daughters, Pamela L. Williams and Kimberly S. Lynch, as well as her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She is survived and sadly missed by her husband, Albert T. Krispinsky, of Lordstown.
She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Madeline Blouir; and four brothers, Joseph, Paul, Raymond and William Garretson; and her husbands Howard S. Jenkins and Henry H. Ice.
Arrangements were entrusted to Borowski Memorial Home in Newton Falls.