George, Marjorie Bilger

July 25, 1928 - April 30, 2019

Marjorie Bilger George passed peacefully Tuesday, April 30 surrounded by her family.  She was born in Columbiana, Ohio on July 25, 1928, to Florence and George Roy Bilger.  Marjorie is survived by her brother Don Bilger of Hixon, TN, her three children, Larry George and wife Harriett of Bell City, MO, Alesia Ritenour and husband Edward of Dallas, and Becca Uhr and husband Bradley of Dallas, and grandchildren Anna Miller, Aron Sexton, Ryan Ritenour, Katie Ritenour, David Uhr, and Megan Uhr.  She is preceded in death by her husband Kenneth George.



A Memorial Service to celebrate her life will be held
Friday, May 3, at 2 p.m.
Wilshire Baptist Church
4316 Abrams Road, Dallas, Texas

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the opens in a new windowcharity of your choice.


A Signature Service under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. Northwest Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

8 replies on “George, Marjorie Bilger”

Lyn, Guy and Zachary Thomas says:

Our prayers continue for peace and comfort. Gammy was more than awesome.

Patti King says:

I have so many fond memories of times with your mother. Her pleasant personality was infectious! She was warm, friendly and always positive! She always welcomed me into her home and made me feel loved! !her legacy will live on for generations!!!
I love you and am so sorry I cannot be there with you!

Lou says:

While you grieve, know you are not alone. God invites you to “Throw all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.”(1 Peter 5:7) He promises to “Swallow up death forever.”(Isaiah 25:8) Then you will have the hope of seeing your loved one again for the Bible confirms “There is going to be a resurrection.”(Acts 24:15) My condolences to the Family.”

Eric Pike says:

My sincere condolences. Your mother was a wonderful, kind and loving person. I will always remember her fondly. Please know my thoughts are with you all.

Pat Pape says:

Alesia and family – I’m so sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. I know she was a big part of your life. Please know I’m thinking of you now. Pat

Sandra Zorn says:

Alesia so sorry to hear about your sweet mom! We are thinking about you and your family as you go through this together.

Scot says:

She was my aunt and one of the kindest ladies I’ve known.
Her a genuineness was expressed with an open heart to everyone whose life she touched. She found the utmost joy in the simplest pleasures of life. I will always remember her with an unmeasured fondness.


Marjorie, what a sweet lady you were at CC Young. Making sure you would walk around the complex each day so you could stay active. I will miss your smile and kind heart. RIP

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