Marjorie Rennie

May 7, 1922 – Mar 6, 2019

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Marjorie has gone home to be with her loving Savior, Jesus Christ, and will be reunited with her husband Bruce who departed for Glory on 7/4/2007, as well as her grandsons Brandon Clark, W. Isaac and Sean Rennie and foster daughters Sara Rodda and Valerie Hawkins. She is survived by her children, Robert, Christine, Paul, JoAnne and Don Rennie and Jeanne Castagno, her grandchildren, James Fernandez, Lisa Bailey, Stacy Gregory, Charles Rennie, A. Robert Rich, and Julia Rennie, as well as 8 great-grandchildren.                                                              

Marjorie was born in Cayuga, Ontario and grew up in southern California. She came to Seattle in 1949, living in the Seatac area the rest of her life. After raising her own 6 children, she cared for many foster children, becoming a surrogate mother to Valerie Hawkin, Brian Long, Sara and Alicia Rodda.                                                                         

Her strength and fortitude has been an inspiration to all, as well as her uncompromising love of the Lord. She was a friend of the needy, generous beyond measure and maintained a positive attitude for over 96 years.                                                       

She will be deeply missed.
Gifts/honorariums to Wesley Foundation (Hospice) or United Cerebral Palsy.


E.Diana Baldwin
Bothell, WA
Mar 13, 2019

You will be missed. May your families be comforted during this time till we meet again. God bless you all.


E. Diana Baldwin & Family

Jack & Jo
Kent, WA
Mar 13, 2019

We love you mom!

Maria J Halseth
Pacific, WA
Mar 13, 2019

Thank you for your loving, giving, kindness and enormous strength. You thought me a lot. Now, it’s time for your peaceful eternal rest. Gone from here but never be forgotten.

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