Margie Fitzgerald

Obituary of Margie M. Fitzgerald

Margie M. Fitzgerald, age 84, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, January 7, 2024. Mrs. Fitzgerald was born to the late Merina Warren and the late Joseph Lee on February 28, 1939. Mrs. Fitzgerald was a devoted mother, big sister, and faithful servant of God. Mrs. Fitzgerald and her husband, Ellis W. Fitzgerald moved to a beautiful home in Roanoke, VA where as a team they worked as caretaker of Mill Mountain Park; her backyard was home to the largest man-made star in the world, a wild flower garden, and a zoo. While living on top of Mill Mountain, she greeted hundreds of people from around the country and all over the world, with her southern hospitality and humor. Margie was well respected and became an integral part of the community assisting young couples in raising their children. She was a great gardner; growing her own vegetables and planting beautiful flowers around her home. Margie is survived by her greatest love of all, her daughter, Ruth Wilson who she cherished and spoke to several times a day, her siblings, Eugene and Beverly (in-law) Broady, James Broady, and Edward Broady; nieces, Tonya Scofield, Mandisa Warren, Krissette Warren; nephews, Samuel Scofield, Malik Warren, Geron Flood, and Derrick Warren, and a host of other family members and friends. She will continue to shine as bright as that star on top of Mill Mountain as she has imparted so much into our lives. She will forever be in our hearts. As the family remembers the love and joy she brought into their lives, they invited you to attend a memorial service to celebrate her life. The memorial service will be held 1:00 pm, Thursday, January 18, 2924, in the chapel at Vaughn Greene Funeral Services - East, 4905 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212.
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Memorial Service

1:00 pm
Thursday, January 18, 2024
Vaughn Greene Funeral Services
4905 York Road
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
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