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Marcia Curtis (Oliekan)

Marcia Lee Curtis Oliekan died December 24, 1993 in St. George, Utah.

Born August 7, 1946 in Salt Lake City, Utah, daughter of Dale R. and Muriel M. Curtis. Married Thomas R. Oliekan in Salt Lake LDS Temple on August 28, 1968. He preceded her in death.Graduated from Olympus High School. Attended Brigham Young University. Fulfilled a full-time LDS mission to the Netherlands. For the past nine years, she has been a dedicated employee of Dixie Regional Medical Center in the OB/GYN Dept., where she made many friends and acquaintances. Active in the LDS Church, fulfilling various callings and always exemplifying a Christlike life. She was a member of the St. George 7th Ward and was presently serving as a teacher in the Primary.

As a mother, words cannot describe the love, dedication, care and unselfishness given to her children. As a family member and friend, there was no one else more kind, sensitive and Christlike.

Survived by her two children: son, Thomas Lindsay; daughter, LeeAnn (currently serving LDS mission, Texas Houston); parents; brothers, Dale Jay (Kathryn), Alan (Kay); sisters, Barbara (Dave), Janet (Brooke); many uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held in St. George, Utah on December 28, 1993 at the St. George East Stake Center, 451 South 300 East. Friends may call one hour prior to the 11 a.m. memorial services. Funeral services will be held on December 30, 1993, 11 a.m., in Salt Lake City, at Cottonwood Mortuary, 4670 South Highland Drive, where friends may call one hour prior to the services.

Interment, Holladay Memorial Estates.

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08/19/13 08:17 PM #1    

Kristie Tolman (Pitts)

Marcia was an inspiration to all of us in both Jr. High and High School.  She was brave, smart and talented. I had the privilege of continuing my association with her for some years after high school, and can attest to her kindness, and her dedication to her family through difficult times, and the joyous ones as well.  She is not forgotten by those who knew her.

Kristie Pitts

04/28/14 03:49 PM #2    

Pam Smith (Nelson)

What a sweet friend! and lovely person! You are remembered! Pamela Smith Nelson

06/04/14 03:22 PM #3    

JoAnn Eardley (Miller)

My dear friend Macia,

You taught us how to find joy in life as you endured many struggles.  I loved both you and your family.  You are greatly missed!!

06/05/14 11:02 PM #4    

David Judd

I have vivid memories of Marcia...she was saint from the get go! I wish I had been smart enough to get to know her better.

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