Obituaries

Marjorie May Kayhart, 97, of Waltham

MARJORIE MAY KAYHART

WALTHAM — Marjorie May (Dunning) Kayhart, born Oct. 21, 1925, in North Hampton, Mass., the daughter of Bertha and Raymond Dunning, peacefully passed away in her home on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023, surrounded by the love of family members. Marge was predeceased by her husband Roger Vernet Kayhart and her grandson Scott Feid. Marge is survived by their six children, Roger Lee and spouse Patricia, Kathy Jean and spouse Robert Feid, David Lewis and spouse Marie, Brian Edward and spouse Cynthia, Kevin Warren and spouse Sandy, and Linda Jean and spouse Douglas Mann; and 59 grandkids (including great-, and great-great) and growing.

Marge was deeply committed to her faith, her community, and her family. She was a faithful servant to the Vergennes United Methodist Church and held many leadership positions. She volunteered for Project Independence, Hospice, and the Vergennes Library following the passing of her husband. Marge was also a committed employee of the Vergennes Chittenden Bank and Curves. Marge helped carry her family in times of need. She was also a loyal friend and never, ever forgot a birthday or anniversary for both friends and family. She was a masterful Scrabble player. She loved to play for hours on end and is surely playing on the steps of heaven.

A funeral service will be held in their honor at 6 p.m. on Jan.19, at Victory Baptist Church, Vergennes, Vt. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Addison County Home Health and Hospice, 1-802-388-7259. ◊

 

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