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Marjorie Anne Mastin

FARMINGTON — Marjorie Anne Mastin, of Farmington, passed away at Presbyterian Manor on November 13, 2018, at the age of 86. She was born in Edcouch, Texas, on January 27, 1932, to the late Charles Sherwood Bradley and Iva Mae (Rinehart) Bradley. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her first husband, Robert Earl Patterson; her second husband, James Eugene Mastin and three grandchildren, Timothy Smith, Glen Patterson and William Patterson.

“Margie”, as most knew her, was a spunky lady who had a great sense of humor. She loved singing and laughing, baking, listening to country music and reading a good romance novel. An excellent seamstress, she made a lot of her clothes and enjoyed crocheting as well. She loved animals, playing board games and jigsaw puzzles, gardening and she was very adventuresome, nothing she wouldn’t try. At the age of 65 she became a Cosmetologist Instructor. She was always learning. Her loved ones will most remember her by her example for good in life and her loving, kind and caring heart. This separation is very brief, for Families Are Forever, what a Beautiful reunion.

Survivors include her children, Cheryl Moore of Valles Mines, Missouri; Robert Earl Patterson, Jr. of the State of Arizona, and Trina “Karlene” Mastin of Aurora, Missouri; three grandchildren, Devra Lyn Smith Erickson, Kristi Ann Smith and Rachiel Hernandez; and her great-grandchildren, Kadi Lyn, Jesse Braden, Tyler, Christian, Ashley, Avriella, Devon, Elijah and Viviona.

At Margie’s request there will be no formal services. View the online obituary and share your condolences at



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