Marjorie Youtzy

Marjorie Youtzy

Marjorie Youtzy of Otsego passed away Friday, January 30, 2015 in Otsego. Mrs. Youtzy was born December 5, 1914 in Watson Township to George and Florence (Kelly) Germain. On October 19, 1932 she married Frank Youtzy in Battle Creek. In her leisure time Marjorie had enjoyed dancing, painting, crocheting, gardening, knitting and had been skilled at caning chairs; she had many talents. Surviving are her children, Wanda Sheridan, Dawn Forney and Cecil Youtzy; 13 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; her sister Doris Reynolds. She was preceded in death by her husband Frank in 1994; 4 sisters and 1 brother; a son, Alfred ‘Bill’ Youtzy; son-in-law Ralph Forney and daughter-in-law Paula Youtzy.

Cremation has taken place. Burial of ashes will take place at Mountain Home Cemetery, Otsego. Contributions in memory of Marjorie may be made to the American Heart Association.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com

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  1. Dawn (cookie) Forney says:

    Mom , My heart is broken once again .I feel empty, sad & lost .I can’t imagine not seeing you sitting in the window .I’m glad you didn’t suffer . God came & took you home Now you are with dad . Rest in peace mom . Love you mom Cookie

  2. Vince & Chub Beam says:

    Grandma was the ‘go to’ person. She was wise in so many ways, ways you will never find in a book!
    Being a grandchild, great grandchild and great great grandchild has been a privilege .
    In 2 months you would have been a great great great grandma!
    This new baby will hear stories about you and your graciousness, kind heart, giving and love for your family!
    Our condolences to Aunt Punkie, Uncle Babe and Mom.

    In HIS love and ours,

    Vince, Chub, Charityjane, Lucas, Rayelynn, and Dallas

  3. Tina Dalm says:

    Dawn Forney and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this hard time. Dawn if there is anything I can do, don’t hesitate to say something.
    – Tina Dalm

  4. Rick and Cathy Riggin says:

    Cecil and Greg and the entire Youtzy Family,

    Cathy and I are so sorry for your loss. From the obituary it sounds as if Marjorie lived a very wonderful life, which I’m sure you all are thankful for. We just wanted to let you know that we are thinking of you and praying for you during this sad time.

    Love,

    Rick and Cathy.

  5. Debra Sheridan Sweet says:

    Grandma you will be missed and never forgotten rest in peace with grandpa I will see you again I love you grandma

  6. Ron sweet says:

    To a very special lady that I will allways remember you allways treated me with respect and in my book that means a lot to me an I will neaver ever for get you, love you grandma

  7. Amanda VanDusen says:

    Although I did not see grandma much over the last 20 years, I always looked as I drove by the house; the one I remember so well from my childhood. Every time I looked, I would see grandma’s little, gray-haired head in the big window. It always made me smile. I drove by today, and I looked as I always do, and felt the pang of loss. Rest In Love great-grandma. My condolences to those closest to her. I will always hold her memory fondly in my heart.

  8. Vicki (Youtzy) Cassidy says:

    Grandma was an amazing woman. Her door was always open to anyone in need. I’ll never forget the family holidays at at her home where we packed everyone into that little dining room and kitchen, helping to make the real whipped topping with the hand beater to snowmobiling all over the yard to that mince meat pie I could not eat. And of course Grandpa and the boys playing penny poker on the card table in the living room. Forgotten in the obituary, preceding her death, was my brother, Alfred (Alfie) George ll, who died two months before my Dad Bill. She also had 3 great-great grandchildren on my side. Rest in Peace Grandma. I bet you and Grandpa are having the time of your life square dancing and catching up….

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