Marjory Millard

Date of Death: February 5, 2016
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Marjory (Chermak) Millard, 65 of Las Vegas, NV, formerly of Vestal passed away Friday, February 5, 2016. She was predeceased by her mother Anne Chermak and a sister Nancy Chermak. She is survived by her husband Michael and a daughter Jessica, both of Las Vegas, NV; her father Edmund Chermak, Vestal; two sisters Sally Chermak,Continue Reading

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J. Moore (Volunteer) left a message on February 15, 2016:
To the Family of Marjory Millard, So sorry to learn about the loss of your Dear Loved One, Marjory. Please know that so many people share your grief with you to help you through this difficult time of sorrow. Please accept my deepest condolences as we await the time when Christ Jesus will awaken all of those who have fallen asleep in death; including your Beloved, Marjory. (John 11:41-44)
Judy Chermak left a message on February 13, 2016:
Dear Chermak and Millard Families, especially Mike, Jessica, Ed, Sally and Lisa, My heart breaks for you, please know your Chermak family in the Orlando FL area, along with Marjie's cousins in Atlanta, Poughkeepsie and Saratoga Springs NY send our bouquets of love, prayer and blessings to you. When Marj's Uncle Herm passed five months ago, Marj sent a beautiful card and note which I cherish! Even though we knew she was flighting a valiant battle with cancer herself, she took the time to send us her love and prayers - that's the kind of gal my niece was! Always thinking of others, just like her Mom. She will be met in Heaven by Anne, Nancy, Herm, Tommy and her grandparents - may this give you peace! Our love always, Marj's Aunt Judy
Jim and Pat Donnelly left a message on February 12, 2016:
I met Marj in 1974 at the air traffic control facility for Youngstown, Ohio's airport. We were trainees in the same classroom with a few others that arrived there about the same date. We became close friends almost immediately. My wife and I were new to the area and missing our friends back home near Cleveland. Marj was also missing her family and friends back in New York. She soon became equally close friends with my wife Pat. Our first child was born there in 1976. Marj actually drove Pat to the hospital because her car was already warmed up and it was January. She was a perfect choice as godmother and we include her picture with baby Seth and Pat's father serving as godfather. A few years later Marj and I were promoted to the much busier airport in Cleveland. Pat and I moved into our old home town of Fairview Park and were especially pleased when Marj purchased a home there a few years later. Pat and I had two more children and all three loved their Aunt Marj. Today we all miss her terribly and send our heartfelt condolences to Mike, Jessica, Mr. Chermak, Sally, Lisa and the rest of Marj's other family.
Bonnie and Ed Spiezio left a message on February 11, 2016:
Dear Mike and Jessica, Wish we could be with you at this difficult time. Marj was an example of never giving up. No matter how many times she may have been knocked down; she rose back up stronger than ever. She could have taught the Come Back Kid a lesson or two. Love to you both. You have our deepest sympathy. Ed and Bonnie
Allen Memorial left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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