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Marjorie Faye Weesner

Marjorie Faye McKenzie Weesner was born April 25, 1927 at Baxter, IA, and passed away at the Community Care Center in Stuart, IA on October 9, 2007.
Marjorie was the daughter of Dr. James McKenzie and Gerda Small McKenzie.
She grew up in Baxter and graduated with an associates degree from Stephens College in Missouri.
She married Robert Weesner on October 19,1952 in Baxter, IA. They were blessed with three daughters; Jo Ellen, Jane Elaine, and June Elizabeth.
She was an active 50 year member of PEO Chapter BQ and 50 year Member of the Eastern Star. She was a member of the Dexter United Methodist Church, The United Methodist Women, 20th Century Club and had served on the Dexter Library Board, Dexter Museum Board and was a founding member of the Dexter Park Board.
Marjorie and her husband owned and operated Weesner Pharmacy for many years and they loved to collect old photos of the town's of Iowa and to share history with all who were interested. Marjorie loved to collect dolls ; dearly loved little children and was very proud of her Scottish heritage.
Survivors include daughters Jo Ellen Czuhajewski and husband Don of Kalamazoo, MI; June Janssen of Dexter and grandchildren Chuck and Ryan Janssen and Nicole and Amy Czuhajewski. Sister Katherine Segal of Corona Del Mar, CA., many nieces and nephews and scores of friends.
She was proceeded in death by husband Robert, daughter Jane, her parents and a brother Kenneth McKenzie.
Memorials may be directed to the Dexter United Methodist Church Building Fund or the Dexter Community House.

In Loving Memory of

Marjorie Faye Weesner
Age 80

Born April 25, 1927 - Baxter, Iowa

Died October 9, 2007 - Stuart, Iowa

10:30 am October 12, 2007
Dexter Methodist Church - Dexter, Iowa

Pastor Kirk Seagren & David Weesner

ORGANIST - Robert Lawson

"How Great Thou Art"

Chuck Janssen Ryan Janssen
Don Czuhajewski Jim McKenzie
Chuck Weesner David Weesner
Bryon Weesner

Dexter Cemetery - Dexter, Iowa

Steve Layton - Ankeny, Iowa

Dexter Earlham Redfield


Life is so wonderful, life such as thine;
Death cannot end it, dear mother of mine!

Morning will come again gilding the trees,
Spring notes will sound again sweet on the breeze!

This is not dying, my brave mother dear,
Thou art but climbing up out of the here,
Out of the struggles and out of the pain,
Out where with Christ, life will flower again.

So, then, good night, mother, only good night,
Turn they dear face to the mansions of light,
Life is so wonderful, life such as thine;
Death cannot end it, Good night, Mother mine!

By Ralph Spaulding Cushman

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