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Mary Marjorie Stinson

March 29, 1936 ~ August 31, 2011

Mary Marjorie Whitman Stinson, 75, of Moss Bluff, LA died at 6:30 PM on Wednesday August 31, 2011 in a local hospital.


Ms. Stinson was born March 29, 1936 to W. C. Whitman and Lillian Barbin Whitman, and was raised in Marksville, LA . She was a 1954 graduate of LaGrange Senior High School and attended McNeese State University. She attended St. Margaret Catholic Church and Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church.


Ms. Stinson is survived by her children, Douglas Stinson of LeBleu Settlement, Donna M. Reed and husband Darrin of Moss Bluff, Dorothy Jones of Moss Bluff, Drew Stinson of Lake Charles, Darin Stinson of Lake Charles, and Dawn Thibodeaux and husband Danny of Pearland, TX; sister, Gretchen Bonnin of Welsh, LA; brother, Charles Whitman of Lake Charles; and grandchildren, Kristi Summers, Christopher Summers, Amber Summers, Charlie Jones, Jr., Aimee Jones, Austin Thibodeaux, Cameron Thibodeaux, Zachary Thibodeaux, Holly Ardoin, Michael Stinson, Patrick Stinson, and Ashley Stinson; along with a host of great-grandchildren.


She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Donald Whitman.


Her funeral service will be at 11:00 AM on Saturday, September 3, 2011 at the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Monsignor Charles Dubois will officiate. Burial will follow in Orange Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home on Saturday from 8:30 AM until the start of the service.


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  1. Donna and Kristi: Sandy and I were so sorry to hear the news about your mother and grandmother. Please know that you, Nicole, and the rest of your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this time. In Christian love, Linda Fontenot and Sandy Singer

  2. My mother would give people the shirt off of her back and never ask for anything in return. She never wanted too much for herself. She loved God and wanted us to know him and know that we were loved. And she always taught me I could do anything I put my mind to and encouraged and built me up and always told me how proud she was of me and how much she loved me.

  3. Please accept my sincerest sympathies to all of you at this time. Aunt Tootsie was so sweet and dear to us all. You are in my prayers and thoughts.Love to you all,Dottie

  4. So sorry about your mom passing away…I realized that your Mom's dad, W.C. (Elsie, Marjorie, Mildred Whitman) was a first cousin to my mom, Rosemary Olivier Owens…all of you are in my thoughts and prayers…

  5. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. I remember wonderful times when all the cousins would play in the Magnolia tree at Grandma's house and the parents would be inside talking. I pray that God's peace is with all you!


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