Marjorie Marie Gabell
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Services will be Thursday, Jan. 30, for Marjorie Marie Gabell, 80, a 25-year resident of Tracy, who died Tuesday, Jan. 21, at her home.

Mrs. Gabell was born Oct. 7, 1933, in Washita County, Okla. She worked seven years as a cashier at Walmart, and she was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sycamore Ward.

Survivors include three children, James Gabell, and his wife, Ranita, of Oregon, Marie Craft, and her husband, Barry, of Tracy and Evelyn Jones of Louisiana; a daughter-in-law, Paula Gabell; three sisters, Shirley Rieble of Galt, Mary Boroughs of Santa Maria and Ima Jean Fillis of Stockton; 12 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Preceding her in death were her husband, Jessie Gabell, who died in 1984; a son, Bobby Gabell; and three siblings, Letha Rodrigues, Bob Tadlock and Alfred Tadlock.

Thursday’s services will begin at 10 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sycamore Ward, 27150 Wilkinson Way. Visitation will be observed from 9 to 10 a.m. that same day in the Relief Society room at the church. Burial will take place later that day after services at Farmington Memorial Cemetery, 5255 Escalon Bellota Road, in Farmington.

Contributions in Mrs. Gabell’s name may be sent to Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Sycamore Ward, 27150 Wilkinson Way, Tracy, CA 95377.

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