CROUCH, Marjorie McClung
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Marjorie McClung Crouch of Marietta Georgia passed away on May 14, 2014. She was preceded in death by her husband of many years, Zach T. Crouch III. She is survived by her current husband, Augusto M. Gonzalez. Marjorie was born in Hiram, Georgia on September 22, 1934. Later Atlanta would become her home where she graduated from Sylvan Hills High School in 1952 earning The Atlanta Journal’s Best All Around award. Her life experiences took her to many cities in the Southeast before returning in 1976 to live in the greater Atlanta area. A creative, artistic, and vibrant woman, Marjorie was most happy when entertaining her family and friends. She loved to cook, decorate and put on her spurs for whatever the day would bring. She was also very proud of the RN degree that she received later in her life. Her caring nature was obvious to all who met her. Her Catholic faith kept her grounded during the ups and downs of her life. She loved being a part of the Transfiguration family and spent many hours in the comfort of this community. She is also survived by her children Donna (Jeff) Jacobs, Patricia (Thomas) Hart, Joseph (Joan) Crouch, Mary Alice (Bob) Browning and Timothy (Linda) Floyd. Her nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren will also miss her. A funeral mass will be celebrated in her memory on Friday, June 6th, 2014 at 2 pm at Transfiguration Catholic Church 1815 Blackwell Rd NE, Marietta, Ga. The family would like to express their immense gratitude to the loving and caring staff of Gentiva Hospice, Heritage House and Home Instead. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in Marjorie’s memory to the Music Ministry at Transfiguration Catholic Church, 1815 Blackwell Rd NE, Marietta , Ga , 30066 .

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