marjorie lesho
Marjorie Lou Hinckley Lesho joined her husband Andrew, mother, Lyndal; father, Leroy; and brother, Charles on Friday, April 17, 2009. Her daughters, Dr. Jody Taylor, Richmond VA, Dr. Andrea Bengier, Dumfries, VA, and Teena Taylor were with their mother at Teena and her husband Johnny's home in Morgantown. A graduate of Wellsburg High School Class of 1940, she remained in touch with her "Wellsburg Girls" for her lifetime. Marjorie loved swimming, dancing, and being with her family. She was a classy lady and wonderful mother. She and Andy were members of Pleasant Valley Country Club where they enjoyed golfing and dancing for many years. Marjorie was very proud of her granddaughter Jessica who will do her Residency in Internal Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Medical Center in Richmond, VA. Andrew, her grandson, brought much joy in her life always making her smile. He is attending VCU. A recent delight in Marjorie's life was her great grandson Aiden. She will be entombed at ST Paul's Mausoleum in a private service with Father Ed Lucas of St Mary's Byzantine Church. The family wishes any memorial contributions be made to Hospice Care Corporation 3363 University Ave. Morgantown WV 26505 whose compassion and care were invaluable to Marjorie and the family.

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  1. The obituary says it all about your mom! She was a delightful lady who cherished each of you! She will live on in our stories and memories! She was the topic of conversation in Richmond last evening as we remembered some of “her moments”. Jody, there was never a better prop for our meeting nice folks than Margie! May we all emulate her as we age. Love you all, Jo and Charles

  2. When my Mom and I talked about your Mom today, she said “Andy and Margie were so alive!” Your Mom understood girls. She made me feel pretty which I certainly wasn’t. I love to think of her coming up from the basement with her hair bleached. And her buying my 1st pair or pierced earrings. She was tough, no funny business. On the go, enjoying life. I am better because of her. Love, Sue

  3. Dear Teena, I’m so sorry to hear about your mother. I was actually thinking about you this past week-end because it was a “windy, dindy” weekend in Galveston. Take care. David Paar

  4. Andrea and Family, As you reminiscence and share stories of how your mom touched each family member in a special way that those memories bring comfort during this difficult time. My prayers and thoughts are with everyone. Pam Shelton

  5. We’ll always remember Marge as a gracious and lovely woman who was a friend to all. She loved Andy and especially you girls. Please accept our sympathy.

  6. Dear Lesho Family, Please accept our deepest and most sincere sympathy for your loss. Gloria & Mike Suchko Weirton WV

  7. My condolences to the family. I just read the obituary and what a wonderful individual this person was. Although I never met Marjorie, it sounds like she brought sunshine and laughter to everyone she met. What an inspriration and role model for her children and grandchildren. My heart goes out to all of you on the loss of your mother.

  8. My cousin Margie. My dad’s brother’s daughter Joseph Hinckley My nickname was Sonny Hinckley

  9. i am margie dad’s charles leroy hinckley cousin my dad was joseph a hinckley jr god bless my condolences to her family 4097559958

  10. i luv my cousin margie her dad andmine were brothers snc my condolences to her family in dumphreys 409755 4455

  11. We moved from Wellsburg when I was in the 2d grade . I never went bace there . Sorry I didn’t I will be 80 years yuong Feb 1st. Sonny….

  12. Jody, I always wondered where you ended up living. I must have missed your mothers obituary. Sorry about that & I was very glad to see that you really made it in life. Hope all is well with you and your family.

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