Stogryn, Marjorie , a 46 year resident of El Camino Village, passed away on Tuesday, June 1, 2010 in Harbor City. She was born in Fort Worth, TX, and was 82 when she died. She is survived by sons, Michael Stogryn, Stephen (Donna) Stogryn and Darrell Stogryn - all of El Camino Village, CA. Also survived by four grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and brothers, Jackie and Jerry Collins. She was a very family orientated and loving person. Graveside services will be 1:00 PM Monday, June 7, 2010 at the Pacific Crest Cemetery in Redondo Beach.

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  1. Darrell, Our deepest condolences for your loss. Sending you hugs and prayers. Love, Kurt & Renee

  2. To the Stogryn Family, We are so sorry for your loss. Marge was such a caring and beautiful person. She will be greatly missed. You are in our thoughts and prayers. All our love, Jerry and Sue Cant

  3. Darrell, Your mom Majorie was a such a bright light. She was so loving and supportive of you and always kept scrap clipping of your bowling accomplishments. Each time I had the opportunity to visit, she would pull some out and share them with me. I drove near your house last week and as usual, point and look in the direction of your house fondly knowing she is there. I will always embrace how kind and loving she was and how she passed on and impressed those good qualities on to you and all the people she encountered. Rest in peace. And we will continue to throw lots of strikes in your memory & honor. Michelle Silver

  4. Marjorie, I’m glad we knew you, even just that little bit. I know you were a great mom because you have such a wonderful son Darrell. To the Stogryn family – our thoughts and prayers are with you. I know she had a wonderful life with you all in it. Richard, Catie & Theo Hannah.

  5. Darrell, Steve and Mike, Your mom is one of the sweetest persons that I have ever met. She always had a warm smile every time I saw her. I can surely say the best memory that I have of her is when Darrell talked with her on his cell or car phone, I would holler “Hi Mom” and she would respond with a chuckle. I knew she was smiling. May she rest in peace and smile down upon her beautiful family. Prayers and thoughts Ed, Donna, Jonathan

  6. Words are unable to express the deep meaning Marjie and her family have brought into my life. Much of my success has been due to the support, love and examples provided to me during my formative years. These memories live on in my heart.

  7. Aunt Marge I am so glad that I was able to talk with you around the time of your birthday. You said that you felt so special from all the attention you were getting. And I said that you are special. Thank you for always being so sweet and nice to me through the years. I will never forget you.

  8. We loved having Margie for a neighbor for 30 years! Zach says, “She was really nice and like another grandma to me. I threw my ball into her backyard on purpose because I could go see her to visit while I got my ball back.” It was a sad time when we moved 5 years ago, and we’ve called and kept in touch. She always appreciated her sons and felt she was really lucky to have them. We extend our sincere sympathies to the entire family. We loved her a lot. Love, Dan and Lynn Myers and Zach and Amber Paton

  9. To The STOGRYN FAMILY We are so sorry foir your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you. I know she had a wonderful life with all of you being part of her life.

  10. Dear Darrell, Although I never met your mom, I have met one of her sons, and know that she was a wonderful woman, a good woman. And I can tell from the photograph of her that she was loving and joyful. I am very sorry for your loss, and know that she will be missed and loved always. With much love, Christy Chase Catie’s sister

  11. MOM, I really miss your smile in the morning when I say GOOD MORNING SLEEPY BEAUTY. In your life, You really took care of all of your family and freinds that you really love to do! I Dearly will miss you in my Heart. Love Always Your Little Son Darrell

  12. Dear Darrell, Mike, Steve and Family We are so sorry to hear of Aunt Marjorie’s passing. I remember visiting, and how very kind Marjorie was to me, at a time in my life when I wasn’t easy to be kind to.We both remember Majorie as always having a warm and happy word to say and a great laugh and bright outlook on life.Our mom really enjoyed talking with Marjorie on the phone and sharing old tales.She shared more than once how very proud she was of all of her sons and how very much she loved you all. Aunt Marjorie will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Take Care Warmly Trish and Cathy Stogryn

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