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Marjorie Deloris Glover Knowles Wulfson
Thursday, February 9, 2012 • Posted February 9, 2012

Marjorie Deloris Glover Knowles Wulfson died 11:10 PM on February 5, 2012.

Marjorie was born March 23, 1929 in San Benito, TX. She graduated from Amarillo High School in 1947 and then attended and graduated Baylor School of Nursing of Dallas.

She moved to Galveston in 1949 to continue and complete nursing school. Marjorie married Dr. Joe H. Knowles and moved to San Antonio in 1952. She later moved to Amarillo in 1954, then to Borger in 1956 where she lived until moving back to Dallas in 1975.

Marjorie had 5 children before marrying Virgil Shaw Wulfson Jr in 1979 and her family grew to include 3 more children.

She returned to nursing for a short time working in the nursery and OB department at the Borger Hospital. She also worked as an executive assistant at an insurance company.

Marjorie lived life to the fullest, spreading joy and laughter. She was an avid duplicate bridge player and active in the activities of all her children and extended family and friends.

She loved ballroom dancing and shared her remarkable talent and skill with others by teaching junior high students in a Junior Cotillion group. She honed her skills with lessons from the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Amarillo.

She is survived by her husband, Virgil “Gil” Wulfson of Horseshoe Bay and children, Dr. John H Knowles of Cedar Hill, Becky Hanna Fowler of Amarillo, Carolyn Knowles Anderson of Knoxville, Robert L Knowles of Fort Worth, V. Shaw Wulfson III of College Station, Elizabeth Dean of Houston and Matthew C. Wulfson of Spring; 15 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents John and Esther Glover, her son Lewis Knowles and her sister Priscilla Trail.

Entombment will be Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 3:00 PM at the Horseshoe Bay Mausoleum; followed by the Celebration of Life Memorial service at 4:00 PM at the Church at Horseshoe Bay and a reception immediately afterward at the church.

Memorials may be made to the Hill Country Community Theater in Cottonwood Shores or the charity of your choice.

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