Oehm (nee Beecham), Marjorie Alecia

Marjorie Alecia Oehm (nee Beecham)

04/02/1929 – 14/08/2020

Beloved wife to John (dec).

Loving mother to Deirdre (dec) and Lindsay;

mother in law to Steve and Jasmine.

Grandmother to Adam, Marc and Jesse.

Great grandmother to Jackson and Archer.

At rest, reunited with her husband and daughter.

In our hearts and minds forever.

Rest in Peace Grandma

A service to celebrate the life of Marjorie will be held on

Thursday 20th of August 2020 commencing at 10.30am.

Due to limited numbers, the service will be live streamed.

To view Marjorie’s service please click on the link below


20 Tributes

  1. Jen Allen
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    Marjorie, my funny friend. I will miss you but know that you are with those that love you now.

  2. Fr. John Simpson
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    Marjorie was a kind and gentle lady who made Chris and myself most welcome at St Stephens when we joined back in 2020. We admired how she cared for Deirdre and the families of her adult children. As a priest she was receptive to the love of God in all its ways and kept Stephen steady through those tough years. A moment of release has come for you. Vale! Marjorie. Stephen you are a good man.

  3. Melisa Hepworth
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    Vale Marjorie Oehm – you were always a lady and the epitome of the classic secretary. Fond memories of you at Sherbrooke. Rest In Peace.

  4. Don Reiter
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    Marg as we knew her was a great support to all the Engineers and the staff in her years of service at the Shire of Sherbrooke
    She will be remembered in great light in this hour of sadness

    • Susan Hammond
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      Vale Marjorie.
      Always a gentle smile and a bright hello.
      Our deepest sympathy.
      Susan and Shane Hammond

  5. Colin Ferguson (the kids) and Shelley
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    Marj was one of the kindest people I ever met. It was a pleasure to have met her some 5 years ago and always brightened the day with that wave and smile working away in the front garden. A heart of gold, she was always wonderful with my children. I recount so many great stories of her wonderful personality from her beloved son in law, Steve. Marj, you may be gone…but will never be forgotten xx

  6. Pauline Spiers
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    Darling Marj, the sadness we feel today, only shows The love and friendship, we have shared over many years, since our first meeting in 1964. At the Shire of Sherbrooke. Marj, you were our Mum’s dearest friend Kathleen and we thank you for all those special times, of fun and laughter. Our Shire lunches, will continue and we will always have that sixth chair taking pride of place, in honour of a very beautiful and inspirational Marj. RIP our dear friend.

  7. Rosie baker
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    To Steve and family. I’m so sorry for your loss. Marj is a long family friend, a friend to my late mother. A beautiful gentle soul. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Gone from our sight, never from our hearts ❤️Rosie Baker

  8. Susan Hammond
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    Vale Marjorie.
    Always a gentle smile and a bright hello.
    Our deepest sympathy.
    Susan and Shane Hammond

  9. Suzanne Ashford
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    Auntie Marj,
    We will always cherish the time you used to come up to visit us at our house and have lunch with us.
    We will miss having long chats and cuppa’s with you when we would come to visit you.
    Always in hearts. Rest in peace.
    Brian, Suzanne, Harrison and Jesse xx

  10. Thomas Clayton
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    To Steve and family, I’m very sorry to hear of your loss. Marjorie even though I am a relative newcomer to the St Stephens Church family, your warm smile and kindness will never be forgotten that shines right though you. You will be sadly missed. Rest in Peace.
    Thomas & Tania Clayton, Allen Tanner.

  11. G & V Johnson
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    To Steve and family so sorry for your loss our thoughts are with you and your family on this day Marj was and will remain
    a lovely and wonderful lady Gloria, Vic Johnson….

  12. Cadusch, Peter & Catherine
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    Rest in peace beautiful lady. Your presence lit up the room, especially on Cup Day…
    We only met a handful of times but your smile and giggle was infectious.
    Rest now and hurry along to eternal rest.
    Peter and Catherine

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    One of God’s beautiful people on Earth, Marjorie, you are fondly remembered by Family Djukic – Lyn, Ilija, Sava, Natasha, Zoran and Mira. We have wonderful memories and good times over the years.
    Rest in Peace lovely Lady.

  14. Lee Ponsioen
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    A very special lady in every sense of the word. A smile that would light up the room. Rest in peace.

  15. Kateena
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    A kind and wonderful woman, with a cheeky sense of humour. She will be missed.
    Thinking of Steve and the family.

  16. Quentin & Denise
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    To Steve and Family,
    May the memories we share of Marj remain in our heart forever.
    Warm Regards,
    Quentin & Denise Ogle

  17. Willi Knorr
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    Rest in peace, Marjorie, fond memories of our time at Sherbrooke – your friendship over the years will remember you always Willi & Michael Knorr

  18. Greg and Dorothy Ensil
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    Our Deepest Sympathy to Steve, Marc, Adam and Family. A beautiful soul in heaven. May her soul rest in peace.
    Thank you for being part of our St Stephens family.

  19. Alison and Colin Thompson
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    Dear Steve, Adam, Mark and Lindsay, our deepest sympathies to you and your families at this very sad time. Marjorie was a beautiful lady who loved her church community and we all loved her. We will miss her very much.

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