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Marjorie Gentry Britton

Born: Tue., Jul. 1, 1924
Died: Sun., May 9, 2010

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Mrs. Marjorie Gentry Britton, 85, of Cabot, passed away at 10:53 pm, Sunday, May 9th, 2010 while in the company of family members at Good Samaritan Hospice Unit at Concordia, Jefferson Twp., PA.

Marjorie, a true southern bell was born in Asheville, NC on July 1, 1924, the daughter of the late Maude (Braman) Gentry and Martin L. Gentry. She was the widow of Hugh F. "Frank" Britton who passed in 2002.

She graduated from Grace High School in Asheville NC and Washington School of Business in Washington DC. During World War II she worked on the Manhattan Project for the Federal Government in the office of the Chief of Engineering and Foreign Economic Administration. Marjorie was employed for many years as an Executive Secretary to the Editor at Valley News Dispatch in Tarentum. She was of Catholic faith and enjoyed painting, reading and she was a perfectionist for the Kings English.

She is survived by 4 daughters; Dr. Lynn Sasala of Buffalo Twp. Barbara (James) Galie of Natrona Heights. Betsy (Leo) Bielek of Natrona Heights. Maryellen (Paul) Rutkowski of Brackenridge. 4 granddaughters; Melissa (Andy) Hipple, Huntly, VA. Amy (Charlie) Szymarek, Elizabeth Twp. Monica (Reed) Sutton of Malvern, PA and Erica (John) Dudash of Oakmont. 2 Grandsons; David (Richelle) Sasala of Cranberry, Twp. and Adam Siegel of Harwick. 9 great grandchildren; Britton, Nicholas and Elizabeth Hipple, Ashton and Benjamin Szymarek, Colin and Alexander Sutton, Mia Dudash and Triston Sasala. Sister Evelyn Grace Notaro of Charlotte, NC.
She is preceded in death by her 3 sisters; Christine Brigman, Elosie Lanford and Iris Strawn.

Family and friends are being received on Tuesday May 11th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in the Redmond Funeral Home Inc. 524 High St. Freeport, PA

A Funeral Service will be held in the funeral home at 10:00 am on Wednesday, May 12th, with Rev. Jack Hartman of Concordia Lutheran Ministries officiating.

Burial service will be held in the St. Mary's Cemetery Freeport, PA.


In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to:
Saxonburg VFC Ambulance PO Box 530 210 Horne Ave. Saxonburg, PA 16056

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Heinrich Family

Monica, Erica and Amy~



Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. Our heart goes out to you all!



Love ya, Deanna, Brent and Auri


Dain and Charlotte Sutton

We will continue to pray for the family as you share together in this time of loss.

James w. Livingston

To all the Family My deepest sorrow for your loss. She will be missed. I remember her as a very nice lady that I really respected. . She always had that smile. May she now rest in peace and have a greater life.God Bless

Sandy and Gary Brown

Our thoughts and prayers are will all of you at this difficult time. Love and Sympathy.

Barbara Ayers Thorp

To all the Britton girls... I was so sorry to read of the passing of your mother. Have lots of fond memories of being at your house when we were kids. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Eleanor Huth

Barb, I am so sorry to read of the

death of you Mom.



My Sincere Sympathy and Prayers are

with you and your family.



God be with you all

Eleanor Huth


Debbie McCarthy

Dear Barb, Mary Ellen and Family,



My deepest sympathies on the loss of your mother. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.



Sincerely,

Debbie


Joe Sasala Family

Marge was always helpful and we enjoyed the discussions we had with her. Joe especially enjoyed the "spirited discussions" between Marge, her husband and his brother Richard. It was fun. She will be missed.

David Strawn

Aunt Marge was a wonderful aunt to Bobby and me. She was very smart and I always valued her opinions and advice. Aunt Marge believed in family and did everything she could to nurture and support her family. She was also committed to her faith and this showed in her kindness to others. I especially value the times she and Uncle Britt, Lynn, Barbara, Betsy and Maryellen came South to visit us in the Summer. I was always to glad to see them and we had wonderful times. Aunt Marge and Uncle Britt treated us like their own. I was very proud of her being my aunt. I share in your loss and mourn her passing. I am sure, however, that she will be with you the rest of your lives in the good memories you will have of her. My sincere condolences. David Strawn

Sam and Sally Burkett

Our sympathy and prayers are with all of the family

Maryellen Rutkowski

My condolences to the world. It was a much better place with Marjorie in it.

Ray and Dorothy Szymarek

Mother's are truly special and your mom was no exception. She was a very gracious and kind lady and will be missed by all.



Our sympathy to Lynn, Betsy, Barb, and Mary


Maryellen (#4 Daughter)

The world was a much brighter place with my mother in it. A light has gone out. I miss you more than I could have ever imagined. You will all ways be in our hearts and on our minds.

I will all ways love you.




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