Marjorie Alice (Freimund) Harding



Those wishing to honor her memory can contribute to:

Pleasant View Church of Christ

60550 Crooked Creek Rd., Cassopolis, MI 49031


South Boston Bible Church

6958 Kyser Rd., Lowell, MI 49331


Lowell Area Historical Museum

P.O. Box 81, Lowell, MI 49331

Marjorie Alice (Freimund) Harding, age 84, passed away peacefully on October 14, 2020 with her family by her side. She was born in Cass County, MI on October 4, 1936 to Clinton and Alice (Collins) Freimund. On June 26, 1960 she married David Squires Harding in Cassopolis, MI. They were married 51 1/2 years before he passed away on August 26, 2011. Surviving is their son, Michael David Harding; daughter in law, Kimberly; and adored granddaughter, Jordan Kathryn; sister, Helen (Jack) Naleid; brother, Charles (Jean) Freimund; several nieces and nephews; and many wonderful friends who became like family. Marjorie loved the Lord, her family, and her friends, including her Cassopolis Class of 1954 classmates whom she had kept in close touch with over the years. She enjoyed china painting, camping with family and friends, volunteering in several churches, Lowell Area Historical Museum, Gerald Ford Museum, Lowell Elementary and Middle School libraries, Cub Scouts, Lowell Women’s Club, Lowell Friends of the Englehardt Library, Laurel’s of Kent – serving in many different positions including board member, offices and as just a worker. She loved being active and helping people. Marjorie retired from Huntington Bank in April 1999 after working there for 15 years and became good friends with many of her customers and co-workers. Services will be held at Roth-Gerst Funeral Home, 305 N. Hudson St, Lowell, MI at 1 PM on Monday, October 19, 2020 with Pastor Larry Settle, retired minister of Pleasant View Church of Christ, Cassopolis officiating and Jim Parrish. Visitation will be from 2 PM to 5 PM on Sunday, October 18, 2020. Those wishing to honor her memory can contribute to Pleasant View Church of Christ, 60550 Crooked Creek Rd., Cassopolis, MI 49031, South Boston Bible Church, 6958 Kyser Rd., Lowell, MI 49331, or Lowell Area Historical Museum, P.O. Box 81, Lowell, MI 49331.

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18 Responses

  1. I’m so sorry for your loss. Mike, your mom sounded like an angel sent from above to help make other people’s lives better. It seems she helped and touched many people. I know I appreciate her always being there for my MIL.
    Praying for your family as you get through this difficult time. I hope you find peace knowing she in a beautiful place

  2. Mike and Jordan
    We are so sorry for your loss. We will miss having Marj as a neighbor. Let us know if you need anything.

  3. So very sorry, Mike. Praying for all of you. Love you all May she rest in peace. Now she’s enjoying her time with your dad. Hugs.

  4. We loved your mom and so thankful to know her. She awash a special lady.Charles and Doris Austin

  5. So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family during this difficult time.

  6. I first met Marj when she came to my door as the “welcome wagon” lady after I moved to Lowell. I often saw her at the bank and could get my Entertainment book from her each year. When I retired, I joined Lowell Women’s Club and got to know Marj better through her presence and activity there. She will be missed by many! Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. Mike and Jordan. You are on our hearts and in our prayers. May peace and love enfold you this week and in the coming weeks.

  8. Mike and Jordan, I’m sorry for your loss. She sounded like she was a wonderful person. I wish I would have had the honor of meeting her. Prayers for healing and peace .

    Erin and Mike Rogers

  9. Marj met you recently with Cathy and Emily Haefner for breakfast a few times, you were so easygoing, kind, loving and made me feel so welcome. Sorry Mike and Jordan and Cathy for your loss. Prayers for peace and healing.

  10. I’m so sorry to hear your mom passed away. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers with hopes that wonderful memories of your mom will give you strength in the coming days.

  11. I will always remember Marj as a very kind loving person. She was always bring people together. She would take time to spend with you or take you wherever you needed to go. We have fond memories of camping with David and Marj. They will always be missed.

  12. So very sorry for your loss. I met your Mom when I worked at the P.O. She had the sweetest smile & was a joy to know! Look forward to seeing you again, Marj! Prayers for your dear family.

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