Marjorie H. Plummer
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Marjorie H. Plummer
  • March 18, 1925 - January 21, 2017
  • The Woodlands, Texas

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Marjorie Helen "Mimi" Plummer, a long-time resident of Houston and Spring Texas peacefully entered into God's Kingdom on Saturday, January 21, 2017. Marge was born March 18, 1925 in Peason, LA., the daughter of Rufus Bernard Williams and Mamie Pearl Williams. Marge was a resident of Natchitoches when she married Benjamin Murray Plummer during WWII in 1945.

Marge was a loving wife for 55 years to her husband Ben with whom she was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Houston and for 20 years was a member of the sanctuary choir, the Pacesetters Luncheon Club and the Fidelis Class. More recently, Marge attended Klein United Methodist Church, where she was a choir member.

Marge was well-known to many as owner of the first arts and crafts store in the FM 1960 area, "Wishing Well Crafts" in the 1970s and '80s. After closing her store, she became actively involved with community work and was a long-time volunteer for Northwest Assistance Ministries. She was also a teacher for Body Recall, an exercise program for seniors.

Marge was devoted to her family and friends who will dearly miss her friendly and generous spirit.

Marge was preceded in death by her parents, Rufus and Pearl Williams; her husband, Benjamin M. Plummer; granddaughter, Sarah Michelle Plummer; siblings, Eura Marie St. Andre, Thurman Elmo Williams, Bessie Ruth Albritton, Floyd Monroe Williams, Gladys Faye Slaughter, Cecil Ray Williams, and Herman Louie Williams.

She is survived by her children Elizabeth Walker of Spring; David Plummer and his wife Cindy of Conroe; John Plummer and his wife Lisa of Houston; and by her grandchildren and their spouses, Michael B.Walker of Spring; Elizabeth A. and Bill Steinitz of Montgomery; Kristen and Michael Dutka of Conroe; Jonathan A. Plummer of Los Angeles; Erin Schwarz of Houston; and Matthew Schwarz of Houston; her great grandchildren, Tyler Walker; Jessica and Tyler Waggoner; Sophia Steinitz; Ella Steinitz; Michael Dutka; Mason Dutka; and great, great, grandchild, Bradly Waggoner.

The family would like to thank the loving staff the AutumnGrove Crossing at The Woodlands.

A family memorial service was held at Klein United Church in Spring, TX .