Marjorie A. Myers, known fondly as Marge, 82, of Huntertown, passed away on January 17, 2024, at Parkview Regional Medical Center. \n\nShe was born in Fort Wayne on June 6, 1941, to the late Homer and Hellen (Bry) Stemen.\n\nMarge was married to James Myers in 1961, and he survives. Together, the couple raised three children in the Huntertown Community.\n\nMarge worked hard so that her family could go on a couple of vacations a year. Marge made sure that Christmas time was memorable for her children. The house was decorated to the full extent, and every room in the house was decorated. She baked nonstop. Fudge, cookies, and cakes filled the house with wonderful smells. It was like a baking tornado had gone off in the Myers house and she even broke out the formal dining room and dinnerware for the special occasion. There was a real tree in the formal living room to be displayed with children's handmade ornaments made out of egg cartons, crepe paper made into garlands, styrofoam balls, and of course her beloved bubble lights. Christmas was no small feat for Marge. Hand-cut paper snowflakes were hung throughout the house. \n\nMarjorie is survived by her loving children, Annette (Jeff) Mowery and Tim (Sherry) Myers; her sister, Karen Karris; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Her memory will live on through them, and through the countless lives she touched. \n\nShe was preceded in death by her sister, Marsha Stemen; her stepson, Michael; her brother, James Stemen; her granddaughter, Kate Mowery.\n\nA memorial gathering to honor Marjorie's life will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2024, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Well Grounded Cafe, located at 14517 Lima Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 46818. This gathering will be a time to share stories, laughter, and tears as we remember Marjorie's incredible life. \n\nMemorials may be directed to Riley Children's Hospital.\n\nSheets & Childs Funeral Home has been entrusted with these arrangements.