Marjorie G. Steinman

Published: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at 01:42 PM.

Marjorie married Henry Steinman, who also served in the USMC. He retired from the Corps as a Master Sergeant. They spent 46 years together, settling in Havelock and raising three children. Henry went to be with the Lord in 2004.

Marjorie had several hobbies which included genealogy, plastic canvas, hooking rugs, ceramics and watching sporting events. She served on the City of Havelock Planning Board and volunteered at the elementary school in the computer lab, as well as Carteret General Hospital in the business office.

She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century, National Society Founders and Patriots of America, The Winthrop Society, America’s First Families and the National Rifle Association.

Marjorie joined the Onondaga of the NSUSD1812 of the State of New York in September 2001. Marjorie’s War of 1812 ancestor was Benjamin H. Gardner. He served as a Private in Edwards Grannis’ Co., N.Y. Militia, Sachetts Harbor, N.Y. August 1814.

Marjorie is survived by two daughters, Mary Wynn and her husband Thomas of New Bern and Virginia Steinman of Beaufort; one son, Mark Steinman and wife Joan of Havelock; one brother, Lewie Gardner of Yorkville, N.Y.; two sisters, Nancy Gaines and Rosemary Bronk, both of Yorkville, N.Y.; five grandchildren, Rosemary Steinman, Julie Steinman, Henry Steinman IV, Blake Steinman, and Thomas Wynn Jr.; and one great-grandchild, Wriley Steinman.

The family entrusted their services to Woodbridge Funeral Home, Havelock.

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