Marjorie M. Eggers

Marjorie M. “Marge” Eggers

December 13, 1930 – June 11, 2020


Cofounder with her husband of Eggers Consulting in 1967 and member of St. Andrews Methodist Church.

Marge was a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother who enjoyed decorating her home and helping friends decorate their homes, digging in her beautiful yard and garden.  She loved sewing and crafts of all kinds.  She loved to visit with friends and relatives and listen to their stories, their adventures, and could discuss any subject brought up.

She had a sharp and witty sense of humor that always made everyone smile.

She loved traveling all over the world with her beloved husband, Jim.  One of the most important accomplishments for both Jim and Marge was a strong and loving marriage of over 71 years.  Their love for each other was a role model for her family and friends.

Few people knew it, but she wrote wonderful poetry.  She would enclose the poetry in a gift.  What an extra gift from her.

Preceded in death by parents, Dwight and Corrine Freel of Pleasantville, Iowa who adopted Marge at age two; devoted husband, James W. Eggers; and son, Mark D. Eggers.  Survived by son, Jim S. Eggers; daughter, Barbara Bucher (Bill); grandchildren: Jim P. Eggers (Kelli), Jenny Eggers, Jason Eggers (Lindsay), Tara Kortus (Ryan) and Ryan Bucher (April); and great-grandchildren: Evan, Jack, Reese, Nathan, Ada, Alyssa, Roselina, Caleb and Eli.

FUNERAL SERVICE: Monday, June 15th, 2pm, at the West Center Chapel.  INTERMENT: Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery.  Memorials are suggested to St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church.


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  • Darcie Smith Posted June 12, 2020 7:58 pm

    From the first moment I met Margie we became fast friends. We spent many days chatting, laughing and crying together! I loved her feisty spirit and beautiful heart! A true gem and blessing to have known and cared for over the past year! And how lucky was she, to have such an amazing, loving family! I’m gonna miss my Margie! Sending big hugs and many prayers to all her family and friends!

  • Lisa Graf Posted June 13, 2020 10:19 am

    What a wonderful lady, I was so blessed to have the opportunity to meet Marge in California. Marge and Jim will forever hold a special spot in my heart. Condolences to the entire family. I am thankful to have meet so many of you What a wonderful love story they had and glad they are reunited again.

  • Kenny & Lynn Horsman Posted June 13, 2020 12:23 pm

    What a huge loss to our family. Marge was always here for all of us. Jim and Marge were so special to all of our family. We will miss her as much as we have Jim. Didn’t get to see them often in person but had many lengthy conversations with Marge by phone. Jim always joked that wen we got on the phone he would see Marge in a few hours.

    Our love to all of of you and we will be with you in spirit and watching with you.

    May God hold all of you in the palm of his hand and give you comfort and strength.

    Our Love Always
    Kenny & Lynn Horsman

  • SONJA J MULLEN Posted June 15, 2020 12:51 pm

    Dear Barb and Jim, I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. My fond memory was after you moved to Omaha, and Connie and I came to visit one weekend. She graciously made a wonderful spaghetti dinner. And your parents “allowed” us to borrow their car for a night at Sandy’s Escape! May you find comfort in loving memories of her and have peace. Because I live so far away, regretfully cannot attend her celebration of life.

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