She was truly a living indifidual whom we can all testify to by saying that she was a faithful and devoted wife to our
Dad, who is now deceased, a Mother we always cherised. As long as she was able, she worked in the church in every capactiy;
as Superintendent of the sunday school, teacher, member of the choir, and other things. She represented our church at
many conferences with great pride.
Everyone in our community loved and admired her. We, the family like to look to her as a loving Mother, Grandmother,
Sister, Aunt, and friend.
Because of her abiding love for God, she took nothing for granted. Her love for people is something that no one
could explain. Her love for God was made of deep devotion, sacrifices, and pain. It was endless and un-selfish.
Nothing can destroy it or take that love away.
Marjorie was known to everyone in her community as "GAN".
We will always have her in our hears with everlasting love. We know she is with all of our family gone before her.
Sunrise - August 22, 1911 - sunset July 22, 1998
(From the 1998 McClellan Family reunion booklet held in Gatlingburg, TN)