Marion Schuldt Jorgensen

marion jorgensen

August 27, 1925 ~ January 25, 2024

Born in: Douglas, North Dakota
Resided in: Dacula, Georgia

Marion Schuldt was born on August 27th, 1925 in North Dakota to a farming family and was raised during the great depression. She was the sixth child of seven. She spent most of her life in Illinois as a 7th Day Adventist. She married Francis Arthur Jorgensen and gave birth to Kenneth and Joy. Marion outlived three husbands. She was a part-owner of a portrait studio and was President of a testing laboratory in Atlanta.

Marion was an avid fisherman, a talented artist and she loved to travel, taking four trips around the globe. She lived for four years in Australia before deciding to settle down in Atlanta. As President of Southeast Labs she later sold the business. She retired to enjoy frequent trips to Blairsville where she owned cabins and later a home on Coosa creek where she frequently caught catfish and trout, a hobby she enjoyed with her husband, close friends, son and many grandchildren. A lover of nature, she swooned over flowers and bird watching. She shared a love for these hobbies with her son and daughter.

Marion loved people and cared for those in need. She had strong opinions and never held back from giving matronly advice for the benefit of her loved ones. Marion was also a talented Bridge player. She was an incredibly talented knitter, seamstress, crocheter andquilter. She could even play the accordion and piano by ear.

Marion lived a full 98 years filled with love, family, travel and friendship. She will be survived by her two children, three grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and a great-great grandchild.


Visitation: February 3, 2024 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Duluth First United Methodist Church
3208 Duluth Highway
Duluth, GA 30096

Memorial Service: February 3, 2024 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Duluth First United Methodist Church
3208 Duluth Highway
Duluth, GA 30096

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  1. CandleImageGreat Aunt Marion was the absolute best! I have many great memories of times spent with her. My favorite is fishing with her in the mountains of Georgia & spending time at her cabins. I will always cherish the times we spent together. Rest in peace beautiful ladie!

  2. Dear sweet Aunt Marion was always a family favorite. She was always so special to her nephew Skip Schuldt. Marion’s favorite older brother Casey was Skips father. Marion & Casey would have done anything for each other. Marion lived a great full life. She will be sorely missed by our family. So glad myself, my son Chad and niece Susan Batten were able to visit her in her home last August for her 98th birthday. Love you doll, xoxo.

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