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Margery Walsh, age 101, of Huron, passed away Wednesday, January 2, 2019, at the SunQuest Health Care Center. Her funeral service was held at 10:00 AM, Monday, January 7th at the Kuhler Funeral Home. Burial was in the Restlawn Memory Gardens Cemetery. 

She is survived by her daughters, Judy, Joyce and Cyndy Walsh; her grandchildren, Leslie, Brad and Brian Bischoff, Kelly Weisensel and Brady Nelson; her great-grandchildren, Avery Weisensel, Justin and Cole Nelson; and many nieces and nephews. 

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I am so saddened by the loss of your mom. What a wonderful lady and a blessing to me. During the tough times of my life she would always tell me things would get better and she was right. She had that wonderful ability to make me happy no matter what and I left her with a smile on my face, even when she didn't always know exactly who I was, she knew she still cared for me. I have many wonderful pictures of my granddaughter and Marge on their shared birthday. Marge rest in peace and know your time on this earth touched so many lives in very special ways. I will miss you! Deb Smith

Thoughts and prayers to your family.I know her from church and was her roommate for a short time at SunQuest after Mabelle Barthelman passed away. Jeanette Johnson

I so enjoyed getting to know Margery. She could tell a good Ole and Lena joke and always had a smile. A bushel and a peck and a hug around your neck.. My sincere sympathies. Wendy Ravenscroft

Judy, Joyce & Cyndy and family, Our sympathies to you all.... celebrate the wonderful life Marge lived for 101 years, a truly great lady! We can remember so many fun times with her and the family. Our thoughts are with you. Mike & Linda Ball

So sorry for your loss! We all loved her so much and will always remember her spunk! Our hearts are hurting as well, but we will always remember the special times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Hugs to all, Randy and Carol Otto

Judy, Joyce, Cyndy. Marge was such a delight to be with! She had a great a great sense of humor! I remember sitting with her on the porch swing at the lake, she certainly had some great stories about you 3 girls, I’ll never tell! Sweet, funny and a very loving lady. What wonderful memories you must have! Love you! Marland and Seanna Linafelter

We are sorry for your loss but know she is resting in peace. Our family has many great memories shared with her and will keep them in our hearts forever. Love her so much. Richard and Rosemary

Our sincere condolences to the Walsh family - Judy, Cyndy and Joyce and family, Jim remembers going with his mom and dad (Sam and Virginia) and your mom and dad to Lake Byron for fishing and BBQs. What I remember about your mom and dad for was their friendliness and constant good humor. We will miss her and remember the memories.Love,  Jim and Gigi Rossman

Was so sorry to hear about this. Man do I have memories at my grandmas house and the cabin with Marge. I think my favorite is when I was a young girl and being a my grandparents and your mom got a new bra and was so excited to tell about it. Well then she showed it and I ran out of the house yelling at my dad and grandpa about not wanting that to happen again. Oh gosh I laugh at that yet. Or going to the cabin to shoot fireworks or just have picnics and swim. Going to McDonald’s in the afternoon for the gossip and coffee. Gosh even them living in the same apartment building. Thoughts to you guys! Sandra (Oechsle) Chasing Hawk

Judy,  Joyce and Cyndy, What a beautiful Mom you had. Thank you for letting me be a part of that life. I enjoyed every minute I had with her. I will never forget her wonderful sense of humor. My thoughts are with all of you! Terri Schreyer

Marge always had a twinkle in her eye, a smile and a great story. She was a crackerjack and a quick wit, which she fortunately passed along to her daughters. Rest In Peace, Marge; your work here is done. Connie Green

Dear Cyndy, Was sorry to see of your Mom’s passing. I sure have fond memories of her, what a wonderful lady! Thinking of your family as you begin to celebrate her life, wow 101 years. Love, Gail Sondreal

Was so sorry to hear about this. Man do I have memories at my grandma's house and the cabin with Marge. I think my favorite is when I was a young girl and being at my grandparents and your mom got a new bra and was so excited to tell about it. Well, then she showed it and I ran out of the house yelling at my dad and grandpa about not wanting that to happen again. Oh gosh, I laugh at that yet. Or going to the cabin to shoot fireworks or just have picnics and swim. Going to McDonalds in the afternoon for the gossip and coffee. Gosh, even them living in the same apartment building. Thoughts to you guys! Sandra (Oechsle) Chasing Hawk

Judy, Joyce & Cyndy, we were saddened to learn of your Mom’s passing from brother Bob. We have fond memories of her when we were growing up in Huron, Thanksgiving dinners, barbeques, swimming and water skiing at the cabin on Lake Byron! We enjoyed her sense of humor and her wit was awesome! Steve received most of the brunt of her witty remarks that he remembers to this day. Whenever we returned to Huron on vacation we always visited with Margery and Milton. We miss them both and their memories will last in our hearts forever. The video you prepared of all the photos of her friends and family was fantastic. Steve & Cee Ann (French-Otto) Pugsley

Losing a mom is never easy but I’m sure you have many happy memories. In high school Marge was always like a second mom to me. Many years have past since we have connected. Sending my condolences. Cheryl Walter Zell

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