Germany, Marjorie A.

February 8, 1922 - June 17, 2016

Germany, Marjorie Forrest –  Our beloved Gamma passed away Friday, June 17, 2016.

Memorial Service will be held on July 7 at Highland Park United Methodist Church, Dallas at 1:00 P.M. with reception immediately following.

Born February 8, 1922 in Chicago, Il. Margie moved to Dallas, attended Highland Park High School, married her sweetheart Norman “Bowser/Pappy” Germany. Together they lived in Dallas, McComb MS and Natchez MS.  She was preceded in death by her love of 67 years, Pappy, her parents Edith and Ariel Forrest, brother Bob Forrest, and grandson, David Callan.

She is survived by her four children, Jeannie Bentley, Susie Germany, Patty Germany and Forrest & Leighann Germany. Grandchildren-Amye & Jeff Johnson, Gary & Lisa Fulkerson, Maggie & Stephanie Giust, Paige & Darren Willard, Jennifer & Bobby Croswell, Benjamin & Caroline Germany, Michael Germany, Ruth Ann Richardson, Samuel Richardson, Ben Callan, Laurie Mitchell, Brian & Jenny Cross.  Great grandchildren-Tatum, Rawls and Forrest Johnson, Miles, Max and Chance Fulkerson, Madeline Pieper, Gwendolyn Giust, Callie Mitchell, Emerson and Georgia Willard, Catherine Germany, and Davidson Croswell. Niece & Nephew-Joan Germany, Beverly & Don Campbell, and Bob Forrest.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to National Mental Health America of Texas

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252


2 replies on “Germany, Marjorie A.”

Ann Hallam says:

Margy was like second Mom to us at Germany Properties and Germany Oil Company. What an exceptional lady she was, always so happy with a great big smile and fun story to tell! Her laugh was just so cute!
She and Bowser were the best and are both terribly missed.
Much love and hugs to all the family,
Ann Hallam

Ashley Kuehne says:

The one time I met her, she was full of smiles and laughter. She and her daughters never stopped giggling and cracking jokes. I could imagine what a sense of humor and joy she had in her life.

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