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Obituary for LORETTA D. MARION
Loretta D. Marion, daughter of Melvin Johnson and Florine Brooks Johnson, was born May 31 , 1954 in North Beach, Maryland. She received her education in the Calvert County schools. She was employed at Southern Maryland Hospital as a Phlebotomist and an EKG Technician. She was a dedicated employee until her retirement.
Loretta was united in holy matrimony to Darnell Marion on January 12, 1979.
Loretta was a member of Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church. After relocating to South Carolina, she became a member of Moncks Corner Baptist Church, Moncks Corner, SC, where she served on the Kitchen Committee and was a member of the Minsters' Wives Alliance. She served her church faithfully and diligently.
Loretta had a passion for crocheting blankets and cooking. She was a kind woman who loved helping others. She was known for her infectious smile, her loving heart, and her kind and compassionate spirit.
On Thursday, February 25, 2021, Loretta departed this life at her residence.
She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband, Reverend Darnell Marion; stepdaughter, Rochelle Marion; brothers, Larry Johnson and George Johnson; sisters, Linda Johnson, Joyce Stepney, Clara Parker, Melvina Frazier, Laverne Rovira, Geneva Mackall and Barbara Weaver; in-laws, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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