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Marjorie Flannagan

Marjorie Johnson Flannagan

Sunday, January 29th, 1933 - Friday, February 21st, 2020
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Marjorie Flannagan of Gainesville, Virginia died on February 21st 2020 with her loving husband of 63 years and her children by her side after a long and heroic fight with breast cancer. She was born in 1933 to Frank and Ruth Johnson in Weiser, Idaho. She graduated from Weiser High School as Valedictorian and attended Colorado Women’s College in Denver, Colorado where she received an Associates of Arts degree. In Denver, she met and later married her husband John who was on active duty in the Air Force. In 1962, the family moved to Northern Virginia and resided in Fairfax County and later moved to a retirement community in Gainesville, Virginia.

Marjorie is survived by her husband, son, Robert Flannagan, daughter, Anne Flannagan, granddaughter, Sarah Flannagan, brother Richard Johnson and many nieces and nephews residing on the West Coast.

Marjorie was an adoring person who was loved by all. She always had a smile on her face and a positive attitude towards life. She enjoyed playing bridge, traveling, watching sports, being active, reading, and doing crossword puzzles. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends.

A graveside memorial service will be held at Quantico National Cemetery on Tuesday March 10, 2020 at 1:00pm with the Rev. Dallas Slemp officiating.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing to honor Marjorie, please make a donation to the American Cancer Society or a charity of choice.

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    Quantico National Cemetery
    18424 Joplin Road
    Triangle, VA 22172
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    Tuesday March 10, 2020 at 1:00pm.


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Carol Wood

Posted at 10:03am
Marjorie was a dear friend and neighbor. We will miss her beautiful smile and her daily walks which often ended at our front yard where there were many profound discussions—most pertaining to either the Washington Nats or WMALs Harden and Weaver radio shows. Soon John would check on her but knew where she would be! Rest In Peace dear one

Shelley Ploe

Posted at 08:06pm
The Flannagan's and Ploe's were close knit friends for over 30 years. They had a standing date every Saturday night to play bridge together and would trade off between their homes. My folks really admired and loved Marjorie and John. They remained in touch as both had aged but Marjorie never failed to remember our parents anniversary and would always send a card. I can still hear her sweet voice on the phone with Mom all those years ago. Ladies bridge was every Tuesday and usually involved a delicious bloody mary for the gals. They had their traditions, the many cruises and vacations and lots of fun memories. My Mom has dementia and Dad passed last Aug. Our heartfelt love and condolences to John and daughter Anne.
Sincerely, Shelley Ploe for the Ploe Family

Deb Reed

Posted at 10:59am

I met Marjorie and John when I was about 12-13 years old...we lived across the street from each other and I was their babysitter until I went to college. I was a 16 year old candy striper at Fairfax Hospital the day Anne was born. John and Marjorie were sent to the hospital straight from the doctor's appointment so Bobby (Robert) was with them. I took him home with me and we had dinner and waited for the arrival of Anne. That was 51 years ago. I have had the very great privilege of loving and being loved by this family for 55 years. Marjorie always had a positive attitude and that beautiful smile that lit up a room, even through difficult times. I see that same positivity and glow in Anne... Marjorie will live on in the memories of all who knew and loved her, and will be desperately missed.

Barbara Mann-Keaton

Posted at 05:13pm
Today seemed so unrealistic without you. You always has a beautiful smile no matter how bad your day was going. I will miss all the long talks and watching your favorite shows with. You and Me John made anyone you met so comfortable. You will always hold a light in my heart ❤️. I miss you more than words can say. Love always Barbara aka Babzie

Anne Flannagan Posted at 09:06am

You were her angel to the very end! Thank you for taking such wonderful care to the very end. We love you! ❤️

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