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Marjorie (Fleming) Ralston

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Marjorie Louise (Fleming) Ralston, age 64, of Gaylord, Michigan, passed away on October 21, 2021.

She was born on March 8, 1957, to John and Ruth (Cooley) Fleming.

Marjorie graduated from Gaylord High School before starting her rewarding career as a caregiver and housekeeper.

She enjoyed the simple things in life and was always willing to help her family and friends. She loved animals and treated them as members of the family. Marjorie was a big fan of Elvis Presley and loved to dance around the house with her children and grandchildren.

Marjorie is survived by her parents, John and Ruth; her children, Michael (Reegan) Woodworth and Kattie (Keyar) Griffin; her grandchildren, Austin, Landon, Brynlee, Jackson, Allison, Dylan, Tyler, Carter, and Brooke; and her brother, Raymond (Mary Ann) Fleming. She is also survived by her loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and longtime friends.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, October 29, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. from the Nelson Funeral Home with the burial following services at Hallock Cemetery in Elmira.

Visitation will be held at the Nelson Funeral Home on Friday, October 29, 2021, from noon until the time of services.

For those who would like to send condolences, donations may be made to the Otsego County Animal Shelter, at 256 Fairview Rd., Gaylord, MI 49735.

Arrangements were entrusted to Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Service, PO Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.

13 comments on “Marjorie (Fleming) Ralston”

  1. Robert Woodworth

    Margie, I was so proud to call you my wife, for eighteen years. I know that we had our rough times, but, I never stopped loving you and in the last two years I was able to be there for you, just like you were for me. I am very grateful to have been able to have you as one of my best friends. I miss you very much and always will. Margie, you will always have A Very special place in my heart. Rest In Peace, Sweetie.

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  2. I’m so blessed to know you. You were a great mother-in-law to me even though Mike and I parted ways. Thank you for being a great-grandma to our Austin James. We will all miss u, mom. I love you.

    • Sue Karslake Medellin

      Awwww, sweet Margarie, I will miss her. I am praying for the family, Jack, Ruth and all. She did struggle. I am so glad I saw her in the store this last summer. Hugs
      Sue Karslake Medellin

      • Danny Lee Roll sr

        It was wonderful to have known you and to have shared a short time as we have. God bless you. I will miss you, until we meet again my friend.

        • Danielle Devitt Burnette

          Uncle Bob, Katie, Mike, and family,
          Your family has been part of our family before any of us kids was thought of. Aunt Margie has been my mom’s best friend since they were four, I think that made them more like an honorary sister. I never knew Aunt Margie as anything else, she was my Aunt, she was always so funny and making jokes. I remember going camping when I was younger and Aunt Margie made sure we didn’t miss anything from home she would bring the Tv, VCR, toaster, and I think she even brought a microwave one time, lol. She was a fun free spirit who loved you kids so much!! Heaven sure gained an angel, love you guys. Sending hugs and deepest condolences.

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        • Gaylord Veterinary Hospital

          We will miss seeing Marjorie and “Miley” at our office. They always brought smiles to our faces when they would come in. Marjorie loved her “Miley” so much. Our condolences to the family. We were blessed to have known her.

            1. Thank you so much for your thoughts and Prayers . In case you did not know Miley passed away a few days ago also & was cremated and Buried with Marjorie today. Again thank you so much , God Bless

            2. Thank you so much Danielle, your thoughts and prayers mean so much to our family . I look back on those days and have very fond memories.

              • Chris Padgett Wells

                I remember Margie as a happy, easygoing gal who loved to laugh! She spent a lot of time at my house growing up and my sister Lindy’s best friend. Margie will be missed by so many. Rest in God Margie. 💕

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