Marjorie Evelyn Kapitzke

marjorie kapitzke
Marjorie Evelyn Kapitzke, R. N. passed away peacefully October 15, 2004 at the EastLongmeadow Skilled Nursing Center, Longmeadow, MA. She was born December 19, 1919, in Springfield, MA. Marjorie lived most of her life in Meriden area. She was the daughter of the late John E. and Ebba Berggren Anderson of Portland, CT. She was the past president of the Elliot Community Hospital, Keene NH., member of the Meridian Chapter #8, Order of Eastern Star, Westwood Court #5, Order of Amarpinth, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. Marjorie was also a member of the Auxillary of the Veterans Memorial Hospital where she worked as a Registred Nurse for 25 years. She was past-mother advisor of Meriden Assembly #11, Order of Rainbow for Girls. She attended the Zion Swedish Lutheran Church in Portland, CT. Marjorie was predeceased by a brother, Robert W. Anderson, sons Roger W. Johnson and Paul J. Kapitzke, Jr. She is survived by a son Craig R. Johnson, Sr. and wife Tana, grandsons Erik Johnson of Cromwell, Adam Johnson of Middletown, Dane Johnson of Middletown, Michael Johnson of New Britain, Craig Johnson, Jr. serving with the U. S. Navy, grandaughter Krista Johnson of Middletown and several great grandchildren. Her family is greatful for the time spent with her and will forever cherish those fond memories. Funeral Service will be held at BEECHER & BENNETT-FLATOW Funeral Home, 48 Cook Ave., Meriden, Monday morning October 18th at 11;00 O'Clock. Interment will be in the Swedish Cemetery, Portland, CT. Eastern Star Service will be held at the funeral home Monday morning. To send a condolence please see obituary

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  1. Craig – my deepest sympathies to you and the rest of the family. I was quite saddened to learn about the passing of my Aunt Marge. She had been very nice to me in the few times I had the opportunity to be around her and you guys. I wish that things between her and your Uncle Bud had been closer, and I have found it frustrating that they weren\’t. It makes her passing all the sadder that he and my Mom weren\’t in the loop – I know that despite whatever kept them apart, your Uncle Bud was grieved by Aunt Marge\’s passing. Please find peace in your Mom\’s passing – she was a gentle and sweet person, much like her own mom, and I was only sorry that I didn\’t know her better as the years went forward – I am sorry for you that she is gone. But, I can see from the obit that she was greatly loved by those around her – that is a beautiful thing to remember her by.

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