MARJORIE EARLINE LINDBERG of Houston, Texas, passed away on May 28, 2024, in Keller, Texas.  She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, great-great grandmother and twin sister.  She was born with her twin sister to Carl Efird, Sr. and Rebecca Efird at home in Galveston, Texas on March 17,1929.

Marjorie grew up in Galveston, Texas where she attended Ball High School.  She worked at American National Insurance Company and McCory’s Department Store.

During her teenage years, Margie and her sister Margaret enjoyed skating at the roller rink often where she met the love of her life, Julius.  Julius and Margie were married on November 1, 1947.  Together they had three children, and she devoted her life to her family by staying home and teaching Christian values, independence and respect to her children.  Margie enjoyed sewing and quilting for her family and made many special pieces with her talents.  Additionally, she held the role of Treasurer at Gulf Palms Assembly of God for many years, while being involved in the Women’s Ministries and church related events.  She was very loved by the church community and always made herself available to help others with positivity and grace.  As an empty nester, she began babysitting for several families continuing her generosity and teaching life skills as she did for her own children, welcoming each of these families and children into her home to become a part of her family. They remain a part of our family and are a continued blessing.

Surviving is her brother Carl Efird, twin sister Margaret Long, son Julius Lindberg, Jr., daughters Joyce Campbell and Margie Trittipo and husband Cliff.  Eight grandchildren including Shannon Childers & husband Ron, Wendy Piazza and husband Mike, Mark Trittipo and wife Jennifer, Julie Sutton & husband Charles, Mandi McCombs & husband Kevin, Jennifer Firenze and husband AJ, Christopher and Nicholas Lindberg.

Psalm 46:10 Be still and know that I am God; I will be exalted among nations, I will be exalted in the earth.

On Friday, June 7, 2024, Marjorie’s family will greet guests during a viewing and visitation from 10:00 am to 11:00 am, followed by a Funeral Service at 11:00 am at Crowder Funeral Home, 111 E. Medical Center Blvd., Webster, TX 77598. Interment will be at Forest Park East Cemetery, Webster, TX.


  1. May God bless her family and friends during their grieving. Such a wonderful giving, caring, and Christian woman. She will surely be missed💖

    Carla Kitson
  2. My thoughts and prayers are with Margie and the family as they grieve. May God grant comfort and peace. Cherish the memories.

    Luana Walker
  3. I’m going to miss you so much. Much love to everyone

    Bobbie Jo Marigny
  4. I have so many fond memories of weekends at the lake with Margaret and Margie. She will be missed by all. ❤️

    Pam Loprete
  5. I’m so happy for you Mama. I feel such joy knowing that you are where you wanted to be. As I always said when I was leaving. See you soon !! Love you Mama. Joyce

    Joyce Campbell (daughter)
  6. I am thankful for sooo many wonderful memories with you, Grandma! Thank you for showing me the importance of having a good relationship with grandkids! You will always be my very favorite person! I will wear your ring every single day! I love you so much! Fly high w grandpa! 🕊️
    Love, Shannon ❤️

    Shannon Childers (granddaughter)

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