Age 93, of Lansing, passed away February 18, 2012.  She was born in Raven Run, PA.

She graduated from Ashland State Hospital School of Nursing, 1942, Ashland PA. She worked as a nurse at Detroit Continental Motors before and after her time in the Army. She was First Lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II, where she treasured her memories of helping the wounded soldiers on the Hospital trains from San Francisco. She was employed as an Industrial Nurse at Fisher Body, Lansing, MI, was a member of Holy Cross Church and was a current member of St. Mary Cathedral.

She was predeceased in death by her husband Ernest Morey, her parents, three sisters and two brothers. She is survived by her son, Gregory Morey, Shoreview, MN; sister, Helen Ross, Hunting Woods, MI; brothers, Albert D’Angelo (Peggy), Royal Oak, MI, Dr. Louis D’Angelo (Betty), Grosse Pointe Woods, MI; and many nieces and nephews.

The Funeral Mass will be celebrated by the Rev. Fr. Bernard Reilly at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 25, 2012, at St. Mary Cathedral, 219 Seymour Ave., Lansing. The Rite of Committal will follow in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 3-7 p.m. on Friday at the Estes-Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel, with a Rosary to be prayed at 7:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Mary Cathedral.

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5 Messages to “Margaret E. “Marge” Morey”

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    Anthony V. D'Angelo Says:

    I am sorry for your loss. Even though I never met them I have been told that my father Joseph J. D’Angelo was related to Albert, Louie and Marge and that they were cousins. Not quite sure how. Again I am deeply saddened by your loss.
    AVD’ of Pittstown Nj

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    Pat and Judy fraser Says:

    Dear Greg,

    We are so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was a real gem. We know she will be dearly missed. She was always so interested in how Mark was doing. Even when she had her own health problems she didn’t complain about them. She was always thinking of others. The way that you took care of her was so admirable. We will be thinking of you and praying for you in the days ahead.

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    Terri (Westman) LaVoy Says:

    Greg,
    I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to speak with you before the funeral. Your mom was a dear friend to my family. I remember many long talks at her kitchen table. She always had baked goods or candy (really appealing to us kids). I can still hear her laugh, she loved hearing stories and telling them. My parents, Mike, Scott, and Marty were not able to get to Lansing because of the weather. They asked me to pass on their sympathies to you. Take care, Greg. God bless you.

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    dennis frazier Says:

    It was my pleasure to be Mrs. Morey’s mailman for nearly 15 years. We spoke almost everyday when I arrived at her house with the mail..often for just a short period..but I know we both looked forward to seeing each other even if only briefly..I retired about 4 years ago..I’ve missed her ever since and I miss her even more now.

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    Ann Rappaport Says:

    Greg,
    I have memories of family gathering at your parents home, your Mom’s voice in the house and your Dad sitting at the kitchen table with my parents. Your Mom was always laughing, smiling or finding the best in the subject they were talking about! Seeing both of you last year was so nice and I truly enjoyed having the chance to sit and talk with your Mom. The weather is keeping me from driving in today and tomorrow, I will miss being there.

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