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Marjorie Myles

November 27, 1924 — November 29, 2016

Marjorie Myles, 92, of Oshkosh, formerly of Chappell, passed away Tuesday morning, November 29, 2016 at the Regional West Garden County Hospital.

A memorial mass will be held at 10:00 a.m, Monday, December 5, 2016 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Chappell with Father Matthew Koperski officiating.

A vigil prayer service will be held Sunday at 6:30 p.m. with Helen Huska leading at the church.

Cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation at the funeral home.

Holechek Funeral Home and Cremations in Oshkosh is serving the Myles family.

Memorials may be made to the family for later designation.

Marjorie L. Rubado Taylor Myles was born November 27th 1924 to Thomas and Ellen Rubado. She grew up in Lodgepole and attended school there. After she graduated in 1941 she began working at First State Bank in Lodgepole. She later married Glenn Taylor on December 29th 1942. In March of 1943 she joined him in New York where he was stationed in the Air Force, where she lived until December of 1943. She returned to Chappell when Glenn was shipped over seas to the Mediterranean Theatre, where he was stationed until August of 1945. Marge and Glenn were blessed with 3 beautiful girls Julie, Jane, and Nancy. Tragically, Glenn passed away in 1966. After Glenn’s passing Marge resumed working for the Deuel County State Bank eleven more years. During 1967 Edward Myles and Marge started their relationship and were married in 1968. Not only did she find a wonderful man, but she also gained an amazing family as well. After 16 years together Edward lost his battle with cancer and passed away in 1984.

Marge was active in numerous clubs, she was a long time member of the Sacred Heart and St. Joseph churches, V.F.W auxiliary, quilting, a member of the P.E.O and St. Josephs Alter Society. She was also one of the two remaining members of the War Wives Club, the other being Neva Schmid.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husbands, sisters Lucille(Merle) Carlson and Grace(Joe) Teague; step daughter Maryanell(Harold) Peterson; brother in-law Chuck Taylor and Sister in-law Winnie Taylor, 3 nieces, 2 nephews, and granddaughters Lisa Peterson and Jennifer Myles and a great-grandson Brady Evans.

She is survived by her daughters: Julie(Dan) Overall, Jane(Keith) Schiller, and Nancy(Doug) Leopold; Step-Daughter Martha(Jim) Beck; Step-Sons Pat(Arlene) Myles, Charlie(Barb) Myles, Mike(Joan) Myles; Grandchildren: Andi(Brad) Townsend, Dana(Kenny) DeRoque, Jordan Schiller, Jenny(Matt) Ormiston, Jill(Adam) Hill, Myles Peterson, Ryan Peterson, Roxanne(Mike) Meyer, Beth(Jim)VanPool, Mindy(Mark) Kain, Tori Meyer, Mechelle Evans, Kris(Monica) Beck, Stacy(Matt) Kenney, Shannon Myles, Robin(Chris) Haller, Melissa(Dan) Edwards, Miles(Holly) Nature, Carey(Mir) Emampoor, Dan Myles; Great Grandchildren: Paisley, Pearl, Keona, Adam Jr., Aliyah, Allison, Jeremy, Tatyana, Caston, Cole, John, Alex, Hope, Hannah, Claire, Tyler, Libby, Braylon, Colin, Riley, Landon, Ella, Vivian, Josephine, Mason, Olina, Oxsana, Grant, Dawson, Jasmen, Madison, Lars, Nico, and her 34th grandchild, Olivia, will be arriving very soon; great Great-Grandchildren: Jaxson, Milo, and Oliver. She also had 5 nieces and 9 nephews, special friends Jerry and Sharon Sutton and Family, Neva Schmid, Bob and Shirley Leopold, Maurine Lydiatt and family, Donna LaMore, Alice Johnson and many other friends that meant a lot to her.
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