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Many memories, all happy, from youth through adulthood; I lived other places, but always returned and our paths crossed. I visited her in Florida with mutual friend Phyllis Parsons more than once, and we enjoyed doing crosswords together. Marjorie was a unique and special person, and will be sorely missed by all who knew her.
Marjorie was a high school classmate and close friend. We shared our love of ballooning with her and Bob. It was always a joy to be with her.
Maria & Randy Francis
We are so sorry to hear about Marjorie passing. We got to know her while she lived in Santa Fe, NM. We loved her spirit and gentle kindness.We can’t find words to express our sadness for her loss. May God comfort her family in this time of sadness. Rest in peace my friend. 🙏💜
Stephen & Janine Mroz
Marjorie & Bob were always the last Balloon out of the sky as they alwaysloved sharing God's BeaautifulSunset Pallett with All they could share their love of being in the sky with their Friends and Family.They truly were ambassadors of the Oldest Form of Aviation Ballooning and will be missed by All of their Friends and Family they shared theirs lives with. May you watch over us mere mortals from the Heavens above. One can only imagine the smiles on Bob and Marjories faces as they take another flight together in the Heavens. Pease Love and Prayers.
what a wonderful woman she will be missed
Mary and Tom
No one like Marjorie! Truly one of a kind. We were blessed to call her friend ❤️
Marjorie Hale Kilpatrick
Marjorie Hale Kilpatrick (nee McGinty), of Amelia Island, Florida, passed away peacefully at the Community Hospice Warner Center for Caring on March 21, 2023.
Marjorie was born on March 8, 1940 in St. Louis, Missouri. She was a graduate of Normandy High School and attended Washington University, where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Marjorie was from a large, loving family and was the daughter of the late John and Glenella McGinty of St. Louis. She was the beloved and adored wife of the late H. Robert Kilpatrick. She is survived by her sons, David (Anna) Nunn of Jersey City, New Jersey and Jeff Nunn of Las Vegas, Nevada. She was the fun and sweet Gammy to Christopher Nunn; Joey (Rachael) Nunn; Michael Nunn and Julia Nunn. She is also survived by stepchildren Carrie (Ron) Hogrebe; Bonnie (Steve) Breitbeil; Kevin (Tina) Kilpatrick and Betsy (Phil) Haller; and step grandchildren Kayla (Alex) Stuckel, Madelyn Hogrebe, Alicia Kilpatrick, Rebecca Hogrebe, Frannie and Ethan Haller.
Marjorie was the beloved sister of Marilyn (the late W. Layton) Stewart of Kirkwood, Missouri; Maureen McGinty, of Mission, Kansas; the late John Edward McGinty (Sally) of Boston, Massachusetts; Melanie (Gary) Tate of Kirkwood, Missouri; Melinda McGrath (Dick Moore) of Amelia Island, Florida; plus many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
For over 40 years, Marjorie was with Huntleigh Securities, a financial services company, in Clayton, Missouri, as Vice President, Corporate Secretary and Financial Advisor. Marjorie was a hot air balloon pilot and she, along with her husband, Bob, loved taking their friends and family for balloon rides. They spent many years participating in the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
Marjorie retired to Amelia Island in 2015, where she attended St. Peter’s Episcopal Church and was a member of Chapter JH, P.E.O. She enjoyed her daily walks, classes at the YMCA, Trivia Nights and especially socializing with her many friends.
A Celebration of Life will be on Saturday, April 15 at 3:00 pm with visitation at 2:00 pm at Webster Groves Christian Church, St. Louis, Missouri. Special thanks to the Caregivers at The Lakeside Senior Living, Community Hospice and especially to caregiver and dear family friend, Susan Harlow.
In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Community Hospice & Palliative Care, 4266 Sunbeam Rd, Jacksonville, Florida 32257 or charity of your choice.