Bourland, Marjorie

March 7, 1930 - July 11, 2013

Marjorie Bourland, age 83, of Plano, Texas died on July 11, 2013. Arrangements are under the direction of ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home 19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252, 214-306-6700.

10 replies on “Bourland, Marjorie”

Julie hughes says:

So sorry to hear of Marjorie’s passing. Scott and his family are in our prayers

Julie & Jim Hughes
Hanna Mann

Eva Sage says:

So very saddened to hear about my good friend, Marjorie’s death. I will always remember and cherish the good times we had growing up in Anson. She was a beautiful person both on the inside and outside. Scott, Bill, and Brent, please know that you are in my prayers and you have my deepest sympathy and love.
Eva Farnsworth Sage

Michelle Collard says:

We are so saddened at the passing of Marjorie. She was a very big blessing in my life and a precious example of a Godly woman. She added so much to our small group. God bless the family.

Sebastian and Norma Ferrara says:

I did not know her well but attended church and Sunday school with her and really enjoyed her gift of life and smile. I will miss her. I visited her a few times after she was in the assisted living.

Thomas & Michelle Collard says:

Marjorie was a precious friend and blessing in our lives. We will remember her with gratitude and miss her dearly.

Ron and Lyn Anders says:

May the Lord’s loveing comfort be
ever present in these days of sorrow. We will miss Margorie.

Catherine Wehland says:

I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. She was such an awesome lady who loved the Lord, life and her sons. I sat with her at church and enjoyed her company very much! I pray God’s peace on the family.

Jay and Lucille Cunningham says:

We went to church with the Bourlands years ago in Houston. Our love and prayers are with her family.
Jay and Lucille Cunningham

Ray and Nixie Sullivan says:

Ray and I enjoyed being in group the past two years with this wonderful christian woman. She would make us all laugh and had wonderful words of wisdom. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. She seemed to brighten our day when we would visit her in assisted living, when we went to brighten hers. Wonderful memories.

James and Donna Nelson says:

Marjorie was such an important part of the family at Greenville Oaks Church of Christ. We will miss her dearly, but rejoice in her “Victory in Jesus”. Comfort and peace to all her family.

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