Beloved military wife, mother & daughter, Marjorie Nall, passed peacefully Monday afternoon at her Niceville home where her family has lived since her husband, Charlie Edward Nall, retired in 1969. She was preceded by her parents, Willie Lee Sasser Peek, and Emory Marvin Peek. Always devoted to others, Miss Marjorie was someone both children and adults loved to talk to because they knew she would take the time to listen without judgement & when she did speak, her words were wise. She is survived by two daughters, Angela Dale, and Olivia Gail, and her two grandchildren, Ryan Mosteferis, Angela’s son, and Chelsea Peyton Parker Ealum, Olivia’s daughter. Love, learning, music, art, and sciences were always a fun part of our lives, never a chore.
My beautiful Mother Marjorie
so wonderful, loving and wise,
You blessed us with your spirit and soul,
and the loving light in your eyes...
I know that now with God in Heaven,
you’re wrapped in angels wings,
Your smile still shines bright on us,
with the blessings that it brings.
You have shared so much with us,
the children born to you,
Your multitude of talents born to you,
you gifted to us too...
You were an artist who loved to draw,
and a soprano voice
that’d make angels sing,
You shared your love of literature and poetry,
reading not just children’s books,
but books you loved you’d bring...
Your gifts to us are so abundant,
forever planted in our genes for all time,
Those gifts we’re forever grateful for,
came from you and made us
born to shine...
So as you gaze down upon us
from heaven above,
wrapped in those beautiful angels’ wings
we feel the warmth
of your heavenly love.
As we look to the sky,
we’ll forever see your smile
Shinning down upon us, guiding us
as we travel life’s
each wondrous mile...
Your loving daughter Olivia Gail
Marjorie Fedora Nall was a homemaker.
She never left the house without looking her best.
Her husband's supper was waiting for him when he came home at night.
When her husband left for the wars for months, years at a time, he knew his wife would keep his children safe, the house clean, and the country faithful.
She cut her daughters' hair.
She watched them dance across the stages of their lives.
She was there, from the beginning, for both her grandchildren.
She always had time to listen.
When you couldn't speak to anyone else.
She never turned away.
From an embrace.
A hand to hold.
She knew she was needed.
She left only when the Lord Himself called her home.
Her family was waiting.
Heaven softened the soles of her feet.
Her last words were:
"Don't go yet, I haven't fixed you breakfast."
She'd have said the same to anyone.
She died in the home she built for her family.
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