Marjorie Ann (Johnson) Hedman | News, Sports, Jobs

Marjorie Ann (Johnson) Hedman, also known as Margie, was born on March 1, 1928 in Warren, Pa. She went home to be with the Lord on December 23, 2021 at the age of 93.

Margie preceded her mother Laura (joke) Johnson in death; father, Franklin Johnson; husband, Donald Hedman; and recently by grandchildren: Nathaniel Yaple and Adam English of Warren, Pa.

She is survived by her South Carolina sister, Dorothy Near. Margie is also survived by her daughters: Linda Hedman of Pennsylvania and Sue and Sally Hedman of Virginia; a niece, Debra Tresohlavy (Ron) of South Carolina; several other nieces and nephews; granddaughters: Laura Pohto (Dale) of Ohio, Lisa Casey (Dave) of Virginia and Stevie Lester English of Pennsylvania; Grandsons: Steven Dinger (Tina), Jeffrey Dinger (Lisa) and Matthew Bancroft (Sherri), all from Pennsylvania, and Doug Bancroft (Katherine) from Michigan; great-granddaughters: Ashley Hoffman (Tyler) and Rachel Dinger of Pennsylvania; Sophia and Olivia Casey of Virginia; Great-grandchildren: Mitchell Dinger and Kyle Bancroft of Pennsylvania, Alex Pohto of Ohio, David Casey of Virginia, Brayden Steffey of Great Britain, and Sawyer Bancroft of Michigan; and great-great-grandchildren: Cash Dinger and Lily Hoffman of Pennsylvania.

Margie graduated from Kane High School in Kane, Pa. in 1946 and shortly thereafter married her sweetheart, Donald Hedman.

She lived most of her life in Warren, Pennsylvania and was a member of the First United Methodist Church. More recently she has lived in Virginia and attended Calvary Chapel in Richmond, Virginia.

She was employed by Allegheny Buffalo China Co., Clarendon, Pa., Central Nursing Home, Warren, Pa., and held various part-time positions, including a census officer for the city of Warren, Pa.

Margie loved God, family, music, dancing, camping, boating on Lake Kinzua and shelling during family beach vacations.

She played pinochle and enjoyed winning. She had a brave spirit for outdoor adventures and took many of her teenage grandchildren on camping trips around New York and Pennsylvania.

A celebration of life with donuts and coffee will be held immediately after the service on January 29, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at Calvary Chapel in Richmond, Virginia. A second service will be held in Warren, Pa, in spring 2022.

Memorial donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association (www.alz.org) or an animal rescue or shelter of your choice.

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