|Birth: ||Aug. 1, 1922|
|Death: ||Jun. 28, 2012|
Marjorie Samuelson, 89, of Boise, Idaho died Thursday, June 28, 2012 of natural causes.
Marjorie was born August 1, 1922 in Kansas to Mabel and Thomas Richardson. They moved to Twin Falls, Idaho where Marjorie grew up, attended school and graduated in 1940.
She married Fred Zeller in June of 1940. In 1943, they bought a farm in Kimberly, Idaho and moved there where they had their first four children. In 1956, they bought a farm in Bliss, Idaho were their fifth child was born.
Marjorie joined the LDS Church while living in Bliss and enjoyed going and serving in the church. She moved to Boise, Idaho with Clarence in 1968. She put herself through nursing school and graduated two years later. She worked at St. Luke's Medical Center as a LPN for many years until she retired.
In 1971, she met Harvey Samuelson while dancing, one of her favorite things to do, and they joined their families together soon after. She and Harvey were members of SISCRA, Eagles Lodge, Aerie #115, and the Good Sam Boise River Eagles. She enjoyed many years of friendship and traveling with the groups.
After Harvey passed away she continued traveling with the Good Sam Group until she was unable to get around by herself. She moved in with her son, Clarence, in 1998 and has been living with them since. She enjoyed her grandchildren and especially her great-grandchildren who lived close by. She did a lot of traveling with Clarence's family.
She enjoyed sewing, especially for her grandchildren when they were younger. She also enjoyed crocheting and made many afghans.
She is survived by her five children, Paul Zeller, of Bliss, Idaho, Louise Zeller, of Payette, Idaho, Dale and Judy Zeller, of Hazelton, Idaho, Arlene and Buzz Stumm, of Ogden, Utah, and Clarence and Lucy Zeller, of Boise, Idaho; her four stepchildren, Beverly Samuelson, of Boise, Idaho, Mitch Samuelson, of Phoenix, Arizona, Steve and Dee Samuelson, of Star, Idaho, and Lynn Samuelson, of Boise, Idaho; 25 grandchildren; 65 great-grandchildren; her sister, Charlotte Davis, of Meridian, Idaho; and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her spouses, Fred Zeller and Harvey Samuelson, and a stepdaughter, Junalee.
Terrace Lawn Memorial Gardens
Created by: Barb
Record added: Jun 30, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92797051
David M. Habben
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