December 3, 1950 ~ May 17, 2022

Born in: San Antonio , Texas
Resided in: San Antonio , Texas

Marjorie Nell White Covington was born on December 3, 1950 to Morris White Sr. and Estelle Davis White in San Antonio, Texas. Her parents preceded her in death.
She accepted Christ at the age of twelve at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership S. E. Steward. Margie attended Riley Elementary and Junior High School. She graduated from G.W. Brackenridge High School in 1969. She went on to further her education at St. Philip College where she received Associate’s Degree in Business Administration.
Margie employed at Army & Air Force Exchange Service at Fort Sam Houston, and she retired at 20 plus years. For many years, she has traveled around the world with family and friends. Margie belong to many prestigious social organizations and card clubs.
Margie and Eddie were married from 1972 to 1988.
Margie leaves to cherish her memories, sister Gloria Turbin, brother Morris (Sally) White Jr., sister Mildred (William) Dickey, nieces Sonya (Eugene) Brown, Olla (Elliott) Jointer, and Deanna Dickey, nephews Shawn Dudley (deceased), Quinton Pink, Michael (Shannah) Turbin , Floyd (Dawn) Turbin, Marcus (Angelica) White, Morris White III, William Dickey Jr., and Maurice Dickey, and a host of relatives and friends.

Services

Visitation: May 27, 2022 9:00 - 11:00 am

MeadowLawn Funeral Home
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States

78220
www.meadowlawnmemorialpark.com

Service: May 27, 2022 10:00 - 11:00 am

MeadowLawn Chapel
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States

78220
www.meadowlawnmemorialpark.com

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  1. CandleImageOur prayers are with you and the LORD is with you. As you mourn the loss of your sister, take comfort knowing that you’re NOT alone through ALL of this.

  2. Dear Family,
    “Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled”!!!
    You All Have My Heartfelt Condolences. Hold Your Heads Up High And Hold On Tight To God’s Unchanging Hand.🙏🙏🙏
    Much Love To All
    Faye County

  3. CandleImageTo My Family,
    Marjorie is gone but she will never be forgotten. To know her is to love her. While the majority of our cousins grew up in other cities, we were the only cousins that grew up in San Antonio so we all had that special bond. To Gloria, Morris, Mildred, my dear Cousins, I grieve with you during this time and understand your loss. Margie will be missed. We loved her but God loved her more.

    Love you all

  4. I knew Margie for over 50 years. She was a true friend!!!! She came at you full force when she spoke her mind and that’s what I admired and loved about her🌹

    I know that her passing is hard on friends/family however, she is in a Be here Place…with her parents and nephew🙏🏽🙏🏽

    You knew she loved her family and extended family members!!!!. She will be missed but she would want us to live life to the fullest and remember/cherish all the fond memories we shared with her while she was here on earth. Love you Margue🌹🙏🏽

    Jacque Sneed Williams (Phillis Wheatley Class of 1970)

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