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Marjorie Ann Martin

d. July 17, 2020

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Her loving family would like to acknowledge the passing of Mrs. Marjorie Ann Martin, 85, on Friday, July 17, 2020, at Ascension St. Vincent, Kokomo.

Marjorie was born May 4, 1935, in Kokomo, the daughter of the late James and Bobella Reese. Marjorie graduated from Kokomo in 1953 and she shortly after began her career at General Motors/ Delco Electronics. She retired from Delco Electronics after 34 years of dedicated service. Upon retirement, Marjorie explored her passion to help others as she helped manage group homes for Bona Vista Programs Inc. In her continued service to others, Mrs. Martin also volunteered at Community Howard hospital and several nursing homes.

Marjorie was married to James P. Martin on April 21, 1971, and is survived by her loving and dedicated husband of 49 years. She is also survived by her beloved children, her daughter, Latricia Anglin-Cobb, of Tampa, Florida, and four sons, Marcus Anglin, of Los Angeles, California, Dennis (Virginia) Anglin, of Grand Prairie, Texas, Bert (Lorraine) Anglin, of Lorton, Virginia, and Roman Martin, of Kokomo. She is survived by nine devoted grandchildren, Kym Anglin, Rajae Cobb, Bradley Anglin, Alex Anglin, Lorren Davis, Brendon Anglin, Kyle Cobb, Kirsten Martin, and Christian Martin, and three great-grandchildren, Lauren Davis, Kamiyah Cobb, and Kayla Cobb.

Marjorie is also survived by her loving sister, Mrs. Pauline E. King, and a host of special nieces and nephews, Kenosha Pigg (RN), Judy Reese, Laray (Ed) Cage, Mary Ann (Ezekiel) Harris, of Kokomo, as well as Ann (Thurman) Eldridge, of Gary, Indiana, Jean Knight, of Baltimore, Nezedia Davis, Atlanta, Georgia, Hansel Reese, Meridian, Mississippi, Ben (Theresa) Anglin, Kokomo, Lee Martin, Joe Martin and Bruce Martin, all of New York, New York; and other relatives and in-laws that she loved of which there are too many to all be listed.
Mrs. Martin was preceded in death by her brother, Harry Northington; her beloved grandson, William Anglin; and nephews: Harry Northington Jr., Robert Northington (Babe), and Michael L. Reese.

Marjorie had a passion for life and a thirst for learning which was never quenched. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and aunt to many, yet she found a special way of establishing a unique and personal relationship with each of us. She was a strong, caring, and selfless mother that taught her children her values, lessons, hopes and dreams. She was willing to challenge herself to try new things and gained many new experiences. She was a good cook and enjoyed preparing family meals. After retirement, she liked to go on road trips with her sister and nieces to the casinos and she frequently traveled with her husband to visit their children, other relatives and to see new places.

Marjorie was a lifelong resident of Kokomo, Indiana, an active member in her community, and a dedicated servant of the Lord. Since early childhood, one of her greatest passions was her service to the Lord as an active member of Second Missionary Baptist Church. She served in many ministries and on several committees, including Ruth Circle Missionary, Culinary Committee, Decorations Committee, Nursing Auxiliary, Sewing Guild, Church Anniversary Committee, Pastor's Aide and Senior Connection. Marjorie even found the time to serve her community as well -- Lifetime Membership and former local officer of the NAACP, former board member at positions with Carver Community Center, and UAW (retired).

Visitation will be held at Second Missionary Baptist Church, 819 N. Apperson Way, Kokomo, Indiana, on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, from 9 to 11 a.m., followed by memorial services at 11 a.m. This event will be conducted in accordance to all State of Indiana directives. Maximum capacity for the memorial service will be 75. Please wear a face mask or one will be provided and social distancing measures will be strictly adhered to. Services of comfort are entrusted to Bluitt and Son Funeral Home. Services will be live streamed through www.bluittandson.com.


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