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Marjorie D. Ebinger All Obituaries

Cedar Rapids

Marjorie D. Ebinger, 98, of 428 20th St. NW, went home
to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in her home. Services: Private. Pastor James Perry will officiate. A visitation will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 9, at Cedar Memorial Park Funeral Home. Burial: Cedar Memorial Park Cemetery. As mandated by proclamation, social distancing must be practiced, which requires a limited number of people to be allowed into the visitation at one time. Face masks or shields is required.
Marjorie was born on Feb. 2, 1922, in Redding, Iowa. She was the seventh of eight children born to George and Margaret Benton. Most of her childhood was spent in St. Joseph, Mo. She attended Western Union College (later called Westmar) in Le Mars, Iowa, where she met her husband, Irvin Ebinger, and was also crowned homecoming queen her senior year. Marjorie and Irvin were later married in Hoskins, Neb., on March 26, 1944. She graduated college in May 1944, with a teaching degree. While Irv was serving in the military, Marjorie taught in California and Missouri. Later, they moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where they both taught for several years. She was a longtime member of Salem United Methodist Church, where she sang in the choir. Marjorie will be remembered for her infectious smile and the love she showed to her great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Irvin Ebinger; her daughter, Becki Greer; three sisters, Fern Murphy, Gladys Dragoo and Irene Hagerman; and four brothers, Ivan, Richard, Leonard and Robert Benton.
Survivors include her grandson, Todd Greer (Vicki); great-grandchildren, Caitlyn, Cayla, Celsey and Cole Greer, all of Cedar Rapids; and many nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Squaw Creek Baptist Church or Salem United Methodist Church. Please share your memories online at www.cedarmemorial.com.
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