Marjorie Elaine Stroebel

Marjorie Elaine Stroebel

February 21, 1936 - June 10, 2020
Laguna Woods California

Marjorie Elaine Stroebel

February 21, 1936 - June 10, 2020
Laguna Woods California


Marjorie Elaine Stroebel lives in Laguna Woods California, passed away at the age of 84.
Born on February 21, 1936 and passed away on June 10, 2020.

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7 responses to Marjorie Elaine Stroebel

  1. I light this candle in gratitude for you Marty. Your attributes were many, kind hearted, loving, compassionate, and amazing strength. I will always be thankful to have had you in my life. You will be missed by many! Rest in love Marty!

  2. I light this candle for you Marty, in appreciation of having you in my life, how lucky was I? When I hear your name I think of kindness, strength, compassion and so much more. I feel truly blessed to have known you and been part of your life! Rest in love sweet Marty!

  3. May you Rest In Peace Marty. You will be missed.

  4. After teaching with Marty for decades in Henderson, NV, we would meet with her and Take in Orange County, San Diego, and Hilo. Frequent phone calls filled the visitation gaps. Marty is a thoughtful, caring, wonderful person and always will be. God Bless.

  5. DEBBY YAMANE says:

    I’d like to remember Marne as I/My family will always remember her. Always smiling and gracious to our family meeting an old fashion Japanese family. Well, that has changed with times. (LoL)
    I remember when I first met Marne by my Uncle Take. I immediately loved her eyes of compassion, smile of comfort & down to earth. She has brought many happy memories to our family. Whenever, I saw my Uncle and Marne, we all had great times reminiscing and enjoying each other. I know, that time has passed and I wish that I spent more time with her during her challenged times. I’ve learned a lesson from this and that is “I should’ve. could’ve, would’ve” NEVER wait for the “should’ve. I wish that I could’ve said to Marne, thank you and WE LOVE YOU. I/We will always keep Marne in our hearts forever for she is FAMILY FOREVER. Debby (Niece of Take Tamashiro)

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