Marjorie Boiler

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Marjorie Elaine Boiler May 7, 1921 ? February 9, 2007 Resident of Antioch Musician, teacher, author, wife, mother and friend. An accomplished musician in her youth, Marge chose the field of court reporting as a career at a time when very few women were reporters. Her license was # 42. She worked for the Naval Censorship during WWII and later was a reporter for the first United Nations held in San Francisco. Dedicated to her craft, she spent her days in the municipal and superior courts of SF. As one of the founders of the original Court Reporter Training Center, many evenings were spent teaching and writing theory books. Marge was preceded in death by her husband Frank R. Boiler and leaves their 5 loving and devoted children ? Michael of Medford, NJ, Marjorie of Antioch, Mary of Mariposa, Karen of Alpharetta, GA and Patricia of Antioch; 6 grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild. Please join us on Friday ? February 16th to celebrate the life and love of Marjorie Elaine Boiler Memorial Service ? 7pm The Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church 1313 A Street Antioch, CA 94509 Phone 925.757.4020 A reception will immediately follow with hors d'oeuvres and beverages at: Lone Tree Golf and Event Center 4800 Golf Course Rd. Antioch, CA 94531 925-706-4220 The family welcomes you and looks forward to sharing wonderful memories together.
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FEB 16. 07:00 PM Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 1313 A Street, Antioch, CA 1313 A Street Antioch, CA, US
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Marjorie Boiler

1921 - 2007

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