Marjorie G. Pfeifer, 83, of Algonquin, died peacefully in her home surrounded by family on November 14, 2020.
Marjorie was born on July 27, 1937 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to parents Donald and Margaret (nee Vroman) Gove. While attending UW Milwaukee Marjorie met William Pfeifer and they married on April 28, 1963. They spent many happy years together, and after retiring they loved to travel and explore together. Community was very important to Marjorie and she spent much of her time with family and friends. Marjorie was a kind, sweet, and thoughtful person who will be dearly missed by all who knew her.
She is survived by her husband of 57 years, William Pfeifer, her children, David (Joanne) Pfeifer and Meg (Steve) Dayon, and her grandchildren, Will LaMonica, Rachel Pfeifer, Hope LaMonica, and Amy Pfeifer.
In lieu of flowers, memorials in Marjorie’s name can be made to Cherished Place https://www.lutheranhome.org/ and PADS McHenry County https://www.pioneercenter.org/
No services are planned at this time.
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Marjorie was like a Mom to me. I was blessed to spend lots of time with her, and I am devastated by her passing. I spent almost 5 days a week for almost a year now with her. She was the true meaning of love, and her husband Bill loved and adored her like no other. I will miss you Lovey you are my Angel of faith and hope. To the whole family you are like family to me, and my prayers for a peaceful mourning and thoughts of beautiful moments with her are coming your way. love, Tammy
Such a lovely, generous, and kind hearted person. Marjorie will be missed but so fondly remembered.
So sorry for your loss! Prayers
Dear Meg and family, We did not know your mom but are very sorry to about your loss; sending our prayers and hugs to your family during these very difficult times.