Marjorie Marie Daughetee Reed
Marjorie Marie Daughetee Reed, 87 of Wimberley, Texas went to be with the Lord Friday August 2, 2019 at her home surrounded by family.
She was born September 9, 1931 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the daughter of Lewis and Bernice Daughetee. She was the youngest of three siblings.
Marjorie was an amazingly talented pianist, accomplished career woman, loving wife, passionate about her politics, and devoted to her church and family.
Marjorie began playing the piano as a young girl and accompanied the high school orchestra serving as their Orchestra Queen. She went on to use music as her ministry her entire life, serving as the church pianist for over 30 years and playing for special events.
After Marjorie graduated in 1949 from Amarillo High she went to work for Northwest Texas Hospital and then later owned and managed two successful retail shoe stores.
She married her childhood sweetheart Carl E Reed December 23, 1950 in Amarillo. Carl and Marjorie were passionately in love for over 75 years. Carl fell in love with Marjorie the first time he saw her in Jr High. Carl and Marjorie had three amazingly funny and talented children who are better than any other children born, according to their parents.
Marjorie was a passionate Republican and worked tirelessly to promote conservative political values. She loved to debate politics and instilled her love of all things patriotic in her family.
Marjorie was a faithful Christian who loved her church. She was a proud Methodist her entire life and served her church with her music and as the Sunday School Superintendent.
After retiring Carl and Marjorie moved to Wimberley Texas and fell in love with the Hill Country. Marjorie volunteered at Wimberley UMC and Deer Creek. She enjoyed time with her family and friends.
Marjorie is preceded in death by her parents and her brother Calvin Daughetee. She is survived by her loving husband Carl, her children, Kay Reed of Brenham, Steve Reed and wife Donna of Cedar Hill and Kim Reed Westbrook and husband Ron of Wimberley; her two grandchildren Katy Westbrook of Wimberley and Daniel Reed and wife Suzanne of Montgomery, and the newest most precious member her Great Granddaughter Genevieve Reed. She is also survived by her brother Everett Daughetee and his wife Ruth of Austin and numerous nieces and nephews.