Marjorie Long

June 27, 1926 - September 17, 2022

Visitation: No Visitation

Service: Services will be private.

Marjorie Leith Long
Age 96, passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 17, 2022. She was a resident at Sherwood Oaks in Cranberry Township for the past twenty-six years. Before that she resided in Valencia, PA for twenty-four years. Born on June 27, 1926, in Magee Hospital Pittsburgh, Majorie was the daughter of the late Charles W. and Ruth Cooke Leith. Raised in Ingram Borough, she graduated from Crafton High School in 1944, and Montefiore School of Nursing in 1947. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Education and Master of Education degrees from Slippery Rock University. In August of 1946 she married the late Francis P. Long, Jr., Ed.D. Marjorie was employed at Butler Hospital for one year, Butler VA Hospital for two years, St. John’s Hospital in Valencia for one year as the head nurse and the Office of Ralph Wymer, M.D. for eight years as the nurse manager. She also was employed at Family Therapy in Indiana, PA, as a counselor. Marjorie served as a school nurse in the Seneca Valley School District for twenty-four years before retiring to years of world travel. She is survived by her son, retired opera singer Charles P. Long (Goodyear, AZ); and her daughter, retired international businesswoman Rebecca Leith Long (Ocala, FL). The family is profoundly grateful to the staffs of Sherwood Oaks’ Oak Grove Memory Care Unit and Bridges Hospice for Marjorie’s end-of-life care. Memorial donations may be made in Marjorie’s name to local Humane Societies.

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  • Cindy Safdeye

    Rebecca. I have tried locating you to say hi. sorry to see this about your mom. Think about you often .Please get in touch if you see this message. love,Cindy

  • Penny Orloff

    I’m grateful for the time we got to spend together during our extended visit in May 2019. I feel we really got to know and appreciate each other at long last. Rest in peace, Marjorie. You are always in our hearts.

  • Kathleen Filotei

    Aunt Marjorie lived a very long, full life and passed away in a peaceful way … a way that most people pray to experience for themselves and others, who are dear to them. Many prayers will be offered for her.
    May her soul Rest In Peace. Amen.


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