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Services for Marjorie Edith MacNaughton Orr, 84, of Rockdale were scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010, at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home with Rev. Rick Hertless of Meadowbrook Baptist Church and Rev. Carl Hudson officiating.

Mrs. Orr died Sunday, Oct. 17, at Richards Memorial Hospital.

She was born Oct. 12, 1926, in Bandera County to John Barbee MacNaughton and Edith Berle (Fee) MacNaughton.

She married Robert Charles Orr on April 1, 1945, at First Baptist Church in Medina.

Mrs. Orr was a homemaker and also served as assistant county clerk for Bandera County. She did payroll for Alcoa in Point Comfort and also, with her husband, owned and operated a bakery in Bandera while living there.

She was a member of Meadowbrook Baptist Church in Rockdale.

A Rockdale resident for 59 years, Mrs. Orr was in charge of blood drives in Rockdale for many years.

She was preceded in death by a son, Robert Charles Orr Jr.; her parents, John Barbee and Edith Berle MacNaughton; a sister, Merle Dean MacNaughton Killion Sidlo; two brothers, John Barbee MacNaughton and George Butler MacNaughton; a sister-inlaw, Mary Ann Orr Smith; and a niece, Edith Ann Smith Hager.

Survivors are her husband, Robert Charles Orr of Rockdale; a daughter, Betty Margaret Orr Ferguson and husband Willard L. of Rockdale; a grandson, Matthew Robert Ferguson and wife Cortney of Caldwell; two granddaughters, Bethany Leann Ferguson of Austin, Abbie Larissa Ferguson of Round Rock; two great-grandchildren, Ella and Shepard Ferguson of Caldwell; a niece, Tammy MacNaughton Wagnon; six nephews, Norvel “Tex” Kellion, George B. Mac- Naughton, Sammy R. Smith, Randy MacNaughton, Jonny R. MacNaughton and Kevin Mac- Naughton; a sister-in-law, Barbara MacNaughton of Crockett; and a special friend and companion, Julia Molina; also, 13 great nieces and nephews, and seven great-great-nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers will be Alan Noack, Steven Noack, Jeff Noack, John Turner, Ron Montgomery, Larry Pipkin, Randy MacNaughton and Jonny MacNaughton.

Honorary pallbearers were to be Dr. John Armour, Terry Browning, Bob Daniels, Billy Hall, Charles Holder, Armando Mora, Gene Northcott, Charles Pevehouse, Robert Moore, Walter Wentzel and Leon Noack.

Memorials may be made to Leukemia Research Foundation, 3520 Lake Ave., Suite 202, Wilmette, IL 60091-1064 or Susan G. Komen For the Cure, P.O. Box 650309, Dallas, TX 75265.


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