Marjorie K. Robson, 77, of Colts Neck, died at home Thursday, October 14th. She went from the love of her earthy husband’s arms, into the arms of a greater man’s love.
Marjorie was born in Amoy, China and at the age of 5 moved to Taiwan where she grew up. She received a degree at Tam Kang University in Tapai, Taiwan. She worked as a tour guide at the National Palace Museum in Tapai for several years. She moved to the United States in 1969, where she pursued a Masters Degree from Niagara University in Lewiston, NY. She worked for Weichert Realtors for many years, was part of the Millionaire’s Club, and built a very successful career.
Marjorie loved to travel the world and visited places such as Israel, Egypt and Jordan and many different countries in Europe. Some of her most memorable places included the Holy Land in Israel and Petra, Jordan She visited Greece, New Zealand and many other countries, Maui, Hawaii, where she and Timothy were married. She enjoyed snow skiing, the gospel music of Michael W. Smith, her favorite song being “Way Maker,” and all of Elvis Presley’s Gospel Songs, attending M. Cerullo World Ministry Conferences all over the country, and she was chosen as Hostess at the Colts Neck Seniors Club. She was extremely devout in her faith, and volunteered countless hours in Church Ministry works. She enjoyed being surrounded by orchids, peonies, roses, hydrangea, crepe myrtle, and many other blooming varieties of colors that were grown as a labor of love by her adoring husband, Timothy. Marjorie is described as a darling sweetheart, and will be missed by all who were privileged to know her.
Marjorie is survived by her loving husband Timothy; her sisters Julia and her husband Michael Linn of Guelph, Canada, and Catherine and her husband Thomas Chang of Poughkeepsie, NY; her brother Ivan Kuo and his wife Marilyn of Freemont, CA; her step-son Jason Robson, his wife Kelly, and grandson Shawn of Waterloo, IA. She also has many nephews and nieces she loved.
She was proceeded in death by her parents, and sister Yolanda Kuo.
A memorial gathering will be held for Marjorie on Wednesday, October 20th from 1-3pm at Holmdel Funeral Home, 26 S. Holmdel Rd., Holmdel. To share a special memory or leave a message of condolence to the family, please visit her page of tribute at www.holmdelfuneralhome.com.