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Marjorie L.Tivis

May 14, 1922 - March 29, 2018


Rhoda Hilden

Green Valley, AZ

Love for the Tivis family is overflowing. I am with you in spirit and praying you get through this difficult time. My Great Aunt Marge will be forever in my heart. Love, Rhoda

Danielle Bartling Hunt

Spearfish Sd

She was such a loving woman. I remember Aunt Margie’s laugh and the twinkle in her eyes. You are in our prayers. Danielle Bartling Hunt

Cal & Peggy Klewin

Bowman, ND

Marge was a super lady and definitely could not only light up a room with her smile made you feel so welcome. Thoughts and prayers for all of you.

Kathy Pauley

Bowman, ND

I always enjoyed visiting with Marge during her stay at SWHCS. She knew Derek, our youngest son, so we had some common ground. She was a very sweet woman who loved her family. May the arms of the Lord wrap around you and help to comfort during this time. Kathy

Nancy Dingfelder

Buffalo Sd

I worked with Marj while she was at the LTC in Bowman. We shared a lot of stories when we first met she was telling how she was from Harding County and her relatives when I explained how my sister was married into the family after that we enjoyed her love of her family and her love for music. She loved Allen Jackson’s gospel album we would sing aloud together as she did her exercises. She told me she could of never finished her 15 min.

Ginny Hendricks

Hendersonville TN

My prayers are with Margie Gaye and all family members and friends in the loss of her Mother, Mrs. Tivis.

Douglas Estes

rapid city

George and Marge were close friends of our parents Bud and Patty Estes, often celebrating their wedding anniversaries together. We were their next door neighbors in Wall. Sister Dawna and Gaye were classmates and we both were in grade school with Gaye and Adelle. We shared tap dance lessons and George gave us boxing lessons. Marge was a wonderful person who loved her family and was also a good neighbor to us when we were the little kids next door.

Mary Ann Brandli


Thinking of you all at this sad time. Sending my love and prayers from Baltimore. Mary Ann Brandli

Mary Holt


I will miss Aunt Marge, she was such a sweet and fun lady. I last visited with her I believe it was between this last Christmas and this New Years. We had such a nice visit - I had brought her a picture of our whole family. I am hoping to make the family service tonight but the storm coming into that area today and this evening may not make it possible. My brother Bob mentioned to me that he probably wouldn't be making it due to the weather and his calving. Please know that if none of us make it - we had wanted to. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Walter & Ruth Covey

Rapid City

Remembering Aunt Marge as one great lady. We both enjoyed visiting with her as she always had so much to tell. We had planned to be at the viewing but age and common sense tells us the night time and weather we should stay home. Hopefully we will see you at the service. Gods blessings to all. Walt & Ruth

Dwayne and Zona Vig

Mud Butte, SD

We were blessed to miss the snowstorm last night but low temps and some wind will keep us home today watching for cold calves. Otherwise we all would have been with you to remember Marge! Just to let you know that the trees you planted look wonderful!! JT and Morgan took good care of them. All our love

Allen and Sue Hodgman

Union Center

We were so saddened to hear the news of Marge's passing. She was such a ray of sunshine. I remember one of the 1st times meeting her at the nursing home. And how excited she was to learn that I lived at Fairpoint. We can just imagine the excitment in heaven as she entered in. Angels singing and the party! And Margie being held in the arms of her Lord and Savior. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her. You are all in our thoughts and prayers

Jr. and Carol Olson

Faith SD

Prayers and sympathy to Marjorie's family. She was such a very fine lady.