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Marjorie Lee Ragon

December 18, 2018

Marjorie Lee Ragon died on December 18, 2018 in Wichita, Kansas at the age of 91.  She is survived by her son Ron Ragon (Cathy) Sedgwick, grandsons Kyle Kissinger (Jordan) Wichita and Douglas Ragon of Manhattan and great grandson Liam Kissinger of Wichita.  Born in Worthington, Indiana in 1927, Marjorie moved with her parents to Glendale, California.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Floyd and Marian Lee, her husband, Douglas Root Ragon and her daughter, Nancy Lee Ragon.

Marjorie graduated from Occidental College and taught kindergarten through second grade.  Marjorie married Douglas Ragon in 1949 and gave birth to a son, Ron, in 1952. The family moved to Santa Maria, California and a daughter, Nancy, was born there in 1955.  Shortly thereafter, the family moved to Crestline, California while their home was built in San Bernardino.  Marjorie moved to Highland California in 2004 and then to Wichita, Kansas in 2016.

Marjorie played the piano in church and gave piano lessons.  She enjoyed cake decorating and family vacations traveling up and down the west coast with the family camper.  As a stay at home mother, she was actively involved raising her two children and, in the PTA.  She loved the mountains and animals having great interest in many animal care organizations.  Later in life she became engrossed in holistic health and enriched many lives with her caring attention.  She had many friends in the United States and even friends in other countries who consulted her on holistic health recommendations.

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  1. Marjorie was on our minds, and I Googled her name tonight. I found her recent obituary, and grieve that we weren’t able to say farewell to her. She was a lifesaver for my husband, with her ability to test and correct health conditions. We will never forget you, dear Margie! Love always, Mike and Bonnie

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