Marjorie J. McClure, 84, of Anderson passed away Saturday, October 1st at her residence. Visitation with family and friends will be held from 5:00 – 7:00pm Tuesday, October 4th at Nobles Funeral Chapel. A celebration of her life will be at 11:00am, Wednesday, October 5th also at the funeral home with interment in Erwin Cemetery. Rev. Mac Vaughn and Rev. Jeremy Woodley will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of Nobles Funeral Chapel.
Marjorie was born in Cedar Bayou on January 16, 1932 to Collie Camp Arrington, Sr., and Annie Pearl (Busch) Arrington. She graduated from University of Houston with a degree in education. She married Jack Charles McClure in 1952 and together they had two children. Marjorie spent 30 years teaching at the elementary level for the Anderson-Shiro School District. Throughout those years, countless students learned the joy of reading. She loved football and was an avid Texas Aggie, U of H Cougars and Houston Texan Fan. One of her greatest pleasures was that of gardening and while she enjoyed both vegetable and flower gardening, her passion was her roses. Marjorie was “Granny” to not only her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, but to all who knew her and loved her. She was a phenomenal cook, and loved cooking for her family.
Mrs. McClure is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, LeAnne and David Towns; son and daughter-in-law Pat and Trish McClure; sisters and brothers-in-law Florence and Dick Brogdon and Evelynn and Al Wozniak; grandchildren Joshua Towns, Jacob and Rachel Towns, Julie Towns, Jason and Tiffany McClure, Malissa and Walter Seabaugh, and Megan McClure; great-grandchildren Emmitt, Jackson, Cruz, Molly, Brooklynn and Eva Marjorie.
Serving as pallbearers are Jason McClure, Jacob Towns, Camp Arrington, Rob Ortopan, Joshua Towns and Jay Brogdon. Honorary pallbearers are Walter Seabaugh, Kaleb Green and Tonny Trocha-Morelos.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Jack McClure; and brothers Rock and Pat Arrington.
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