January 9, 1931 - November 10, 2019
Marjorie Ann Warmbold January 9, 1931 – November 10, 2019 Marjorie Ann (Baugher) Warmbold was born on January 9, 1931, in Kennett, Missouri, to Charles and Marie Baugher. She grew up in Missouri along with her brothers Bill and Jim, and sister, Diane, surrounded by the love of their family. She was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, date unknown. Margie, as she was known by family and friends, married Donald Frederick Warmbold on November 18, 1950. They were married until November 2019, when Margie passed away just eight days before their 69th wedding anniversary. They had a meaningful life with many enjoyable experiences and the blessing of two daughters, Janis Lee and Leslie Ann. Margie was a hardworking wife and mother and very supportive of Donald as he worked hard to provide for their family secularly and spiritually. She loved helping people learn about Jehovah God and had the joy of conducting many Bible studies over the years; a few of these individuals were later baptized. She was good at managing the household budget and sticking to it even during periods of challenging financial circumstances along the way. After her daughters were older, she enjoyed working at an occasional seasonal retail job at a department store. Later in life she worked in the office of a waste management company and a bookkeeping / tax preparation company. Margie loved her family dearly. Survivors include: daughter Janis Lee Guymon; daughter Leslie Ann Jones, son-in-law Les Jones; granddaughter Michelle Lee Jimenez, grandson-in-law Frank Jimenez; brother-in-law David Gay, (husband of Margie’s sister, Diane, until her death in 2013); David & Diane’s kids, grandkids, and their respective spouses. The family has many happy memories of gatherings at the Warmbold home, anniversary celebrations, and vacations. She was a great cook, known for her potato salad, chocolate “cockeyed” cake, and banana bread, just to name a few of her specialties. The family is very grateful for the compassionate care Margie received from various caregivers during 2019. The assistance she received allowed her to remain in her home in a familiar and comfortable environment surrounded by her family. Many thanks go to those who helped Margie so much during the last year of her life. Margie was a very gifted seamstress. She made her own clothes beginning when she was a teenager, and countless outfits over many years for her daughters and granddaughter, including wedding dresses and gift quilts. She was good at roller-skating and taking photos. Because of her love of photography, her family has a treasure of family photos to enjoy. Margie and Donald loved to travel. Some of their favorite destinations included Canada, Hawaii, Europe and New York City. They loved catching shows on Broadway and performances at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. When going on vacation, Margie was great at planning the daily itinerary in advance and finding the best deals for hotels and travel arrangements. On road trips, she was the navigator and made sure Donald got to the right destination. Margie and Donald shared many enjoyable vacations with their daughters and family members. Later on these vacations came to include their granddaughter, Michelle, who they took with them almost everywhere. Margie looked forward to annual shopping trips for Michelle’s school clothes and numerous trips to Disneyland. And yet this is just a small glimpse of who she was…she means so much to her family and friends. We all look forward to seeing her again soon. We treasure good memories and all of the lessons we learned from her. The family is very proud of her and of Donald, and very grateful for their generosity and good examples of Christian living. John 5:28, 29 states: “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life…” We are so very grateful for the future blessings ahead and eagerly await the fulfillment of the promise of a resurrection to everlasting life in an earthly paradise! Per Marjorie's request there will be no memorial service. The family thanks you for supporting them in a time like this, but have requested there be no flowers sent.
Marjorie Ann Warmbold January 9, 1931 – November 10, 2019 Marjorie Ann (Baugher) Warmbold was born on January 9, 1931, in Kennett, Missouri, to Charles and Marie Baugher. She grew up in Missouri along with her brothers Bill and Jim,... View Obituary & Service Information
Obituary & Service
Marjorie Ann Warmbold
January 9, 1931 – November 10, 2019
Flowers & Gifts
Send flowers to the Warmbold family.Send Flowers