Marjorie
Marjorie Ann Nemitz Marjorie Ann Nemitz, a 59-year Torrance resident. Marjorie Ann Smith born on June 26, 1933 in San Pedro, California, died August 15, 2009 at home surrounded by her beloved family. She attended Banning and Big Bear High Schools. She served as a 4-H Leader, shared her love for raising animals with her children, and dedicated her life to tutoring adults and children. She was preceded by her husband Arnold Wayne Nemitz. She is survived by her three daughters: Alice Nemitz of Post Falls, Idaho; Dorotha Nemitz-Hargrove (Franklin Hargrove) of Huntington Beach; and DarLynn Nemitz of Torrance; four sons: Chuck (Laurianne), Duke, and Ladd, all of Torrance; Wayne of Palm Springs; her brother, Ted V. Smith of Cathedral City; 12 grandchildren, and 18 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be private. White & Day Colonial Chapel, Redondo Beach, is in charge of arrangements. Please use this website, www.LAfuneral.com to send the family messages or to share memories.

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  1. Miss you but know you are resting instead of in pain. All of us kids are doing what you wished, just wish we had consulted with Dad (Arnold)too. But you always spoke for him so I guess we’ll go with your requests (since his passing in July 7, 1998).

  2. Our thoughts and prays go out to all the members of this family. Marj is now in a better place and keeping an eye on us. She will be missed more than words can say.

  3. I have so many memories of our family holiday dinners at your house when our families would get together. Thanks for the memories Aunt Marji, you will forever be in our heart & thoughts. Love, Vickie Lynne (Niece)

  4. Our deepest sympathy to all of you for your loss. Margi was a wonderful and caring person. I regret we didn’t get down to visit. We always appreciated her messages at Christmas, her emails and her geneology updates. Love to all, Bill, Kathy and family

  5. My visit to California in June 2009 was to see Chuck whom you advised me that he was terminal. What a shock when I arrived to see you ill. After I had taking you to the hospital & finding out you had up to 3 months to live. Chuck is still here & you are gone. Glad Raife & I made it down in time to see you. Miss you & Dad but know you are together again finally. Love Alice

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