In Memoriam : Marjorie Fly

Marjorie Fly Marjorie Marylyn Fly - age: 64
(May 23, 1954 to October 03, 2018 )
Resident of Visalia, California

Visitation Information:
Graveside service will be held on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 10:00 am at the Exeter District Cemetery.

Marjorie M. Fly, age 64, passed away supported by her loving husband and best friend on Tuesday, October 3, 2018. She was born in Exeter, California to Paul and Lucille Marks. She attended George McCann School in Visalia, from which she graduated the eighth grade. Marjorie went on to graduate from College of Sequoias with her AA. On November 27, 1975 she married Grant Fly. Together they had one daughter. Marjorie and Grant enjoyed taking trips with each other, helping their family whenever needed and spending time with family. Some of their favorite times were spent with their grandkids hiking in the forest and going to the central coast. She is survived by her beloved husband of 42 years, Grant; daughter, Jennifer (Matt), siblings Bill, Paula, Joe, Anne and 4 grandchildren. “And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:

Margaret Charles - October 5, 2018Contact this person Contact this person
Grant, Jennifer and Family, Was so sad to hear of Margie's passing. Although we haven't seen each other in years, she was the sister I never had. Margie was our maid of honor in 1976 when Jim and I got married. Rest in Peace my friend, until we meet again.

Maralou Higgins - October 8, 2018Contact this person Contact this person
I considered Marjorie a friend from all of our chats at the Exeter library and around town. We shared stories about books, authors, neighbors and the whole community. Marjorie helped me get back out connecting with people and interacting by suggesting that I would be a good fit for the library's volunteer tutoring program. That enabled me to go on and start working part-time. Marjorie's friendship really made a difference in my life.

Patricia Fuller - October 8, 2018Contact this person Contact this person
It is with great sadness that I read of Marjorie's passing. I really missed her when she left the Exeter Library and was transferred to Lindsay. Now, I wish that I had dropped by the Lindsay branch more frequently to chat. It was my custom to tell Marjorie what I thought of the books that I had checked out. She was truly interested. Marjorie was a genuinely kind and sincere woman.