Obituary of Marjorie Ruth Stahlman
July 14, 1928 – August 23, 2023
Marjorie Ruth Stahlman. Age 95 of Grosse Ile.
Beloved wife of the late Robert Stahlman. Loving mother of Bruce (Kelly) Stahlman and Bradley (Shaun) Stahlman. Dearest grandmother of Jay (Tsvetelina) Stahlman, the late Eric Stahlman and the late Mark Stahlman. Great grandmother of Theo and Max.
Born on the family farm in Harrison, Allegheny, PA, Marjorie lived a long, wonderful, grace-filled, gracious, generous and grateful life. She was a woman of faith, believed powerfully in prayer and kept her family and friends foremost in her mind.
She raised two incredible men, Bruce and Brad Stahlman. She loved her daughters-in-law, Shaun and Kelly. She cared for them as if they were her very own.
Margie, as she was most often called, is survived by her sons Bruce Stahlman and Brad Stahlman, her Daughters-In-Love Shaun Fenlon Stahlman and Kelly Stahlman, her grandson Jay Stahlman and his wife Tsvetelina Stahlman and her great grandsons, Theo (6) and Max (4). Margie was preceded in death by her husband Robert (Bob) Stahlman, her father Clarence Rupert and mother Nola Rupert, her older sister Enid Zeschin, her younger brother Gene Stahlman and her grandsons Mark (21) and Eric Stahlman (23).
She was looking forward to seeing her own Mom and Dad, Enid, Gene and especially her husband Bob again in heaven.
Also sharing in her loss yet celebrating her life well-lived are her nephews Alex Rupert and Jim Stahlman with his wife Lori Draheim Stahlman, and her nieces Janet, Tracy and Karen.
Reception to follow service at Grosse Ile Yacht Club, 12-1:00 PM. Please rsvp to Kelly. Texts welcome, phone calls as needed - (303) 946-6124.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to St James Episcopal Church, 25150 E River Rd, Grosse Ile, MI 48138
Officiant - Father Phil Dinwiddie
John Molnar, Sr. opened the Detroit Hungarian Funeral Home, now the Molnar Funeral Homes, in 1923. The funeral home began in his home until relocating across the street to it's Delray location at 8623 Dearborn Avenue, in 1936. He had a strong work ethic and believed that you should never stop learning...