My sincere condolences in the recent passing of your dear Marjorie. I think Mrs. Robertson (as I remember her), was one of the kindest teachers I had. I can still picture her in our grade 2 classroom, and taking us to the school library. I especially remember on a trip home from PEI on the ferry. Mrs. Robertson was in the line up with her little blue Volkswagen. The ferry was full at this point but the ferry crew waved her on anyway and somehow managed to squeeze that little car on deck so she could get home.
Marjorie was a very gracious lady. Always made you feel very welcome in their home. She & Uncle Doug hosted many a Robertson family reunion which we all enjoyed.
My thoughts & prayers are with Uncle Doug. He will be lost without the love of his life for 71 years.
Doris (Dunn) Bennett
Such a beautiful lady, had the pleasure to meet her when I moved to Lyons Brook 15 years ago and she would be out walking and we had such great chats. She was such a smart and beautiful lady and lived life to the fullest. Deepest sympathy to Doug and her family friends.
Marjorie was my first school teacher in Lyons Brook. Her wonderful friendship carried through until just recently when my own health became an issue. We shared so many Bible topics and I had the honor of teaching her faithful Bible study group several times in her home. Jack and I also had the pleasure of camping with Marjorie and Doug many times over the years. Marjorie I will see you in God's kingdom. Lynda Grosvold MacDonald
I am thinking back to the time spent with Marjorie when I was a student teacher in her classroom at the Dawson. I am very grateful for the time and effort that she invested in me, and I will always cherish the knowledge and skills she imparted. Marjorie was an amazing mentor and role model. ~ Myrna