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Marjorie Ann Guynn

 
September 19, 2022

Marjorie Ann Guynn, 77, a deeply loved and cherished daughter of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ was also a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Marjorie, was a very generous and caring woman always willing to help others in need. She died on September 6, 2022, at her home in Bonners Ferry, surrounded by her family.

Marjorie was born on June 12, 1945, in Long Beach, California, the daughter of Donald and Jennie Swengel Doremus.

She had a larger than life personality and smile that would fill any room she occupied, not to mention her laughter.

Marjorie had many an accomplishment throughout her life in the work sector, however it would be her faith in the face of adversity and trials that was her greatest accomplishment.

Marjorie was one of six children, five girls and one boy, born June 12, 1945, to Donald Dean Doremus and Jennie Bell Doremus in long Beach, California. A graduate of Roosevelt High School 1963. She married Raymond Elwood Sanderson on July 24, 1965, they soon had three children together; a son, Jeffery Scott Sanderson, and twin girls, Deanna Rae Canner-Brennan and Dena Renee Sanderson.

Marjorie later married Harry Alexander Guynn on June 6, 1981, and they shared a total of 47 years of life and marriage with each other. Starting in California then moving to Colorado, Oregon, Washington and eventually settling in Bonners Ferry.

Marjorie worked in several different sectors throughout her life. She worked as a sketch print artist for Gottschalk's, and a loan processor for Seafirst Bank in Seattle. In her final years she was a devoted care giver for two of her adult children, Jeffery and Dena, who have disabilities.

Marjorie was a grandmother to grand daughters Katherine, Serena, Abrey, Alexis and Annie and grandson Rodney, and grandchildren Anthony, Tamlin, Rowan and Adaleigh.

Her Father in Heaven, family and friends were her greatest treasures and enjoyments in this life (as well as playing hand and foot).

While we all miss your presence, your smile and your laughter deeply already. We know that you are more alive than ever and you're rejoicing in the presence of your Saviour. We love you and we hope to carry on your legacy of amazing faith!

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