517 E Washington St, Arma, KS 66712

MARJORY LOU MCLEOD May 13, 1927 - March 8, 2024

Marjory Lou McLeod, 96, of Mulberry, KS, Passed away at 5:29 am on Friday, March 8th, 2024, at Pittsburg Care and Rehabilitation Center in Pittsburg, KS.

Marjory McLeod was born on May 13th, 1927, to George and Georgianna (Sears) Holsinger on a farm near Liberal, Missouri. She attended Banner County Schools, Mindenmines Grade School, and Graduated from Mulberry High School in 1945.  On September 20th, 1944, she was united in marriage to Tom McLeod in Arma, He preceded her in death on March 31st, 1979.

Marjory was, first and foremost, a homemaker, raising three children. She was also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary for over 50 years. In later years, she worked as an aide in surgery at Mt. Carmel Medical Center, retiring after 21 years in 1989.

She is survived by two sons, Tom (Berna) McLeod of Frontenac, KS. Mike (Denise) McLeod of Pittsburg, KS. 11 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and 14 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Tom McLeod, sister Mae Belle Walker, brother Frank Holsinger, daughter Linda Lou Palmer, grandson Wayne Palmer Jr., and great-grandsons Aaron McMillin and Bryan Merando.

According to Marjory Lou’s wishes, she will be cremated, and there will be no services. The cremains will be buried at a later date in the family plot at Rosebank Cemetery in Mulberry, KS.  The family suggest memorials to the Mulberry Cemetery Fund in memory of Marjory Lou McLeod.  Donations may be sent to or left at the Bedene Funeral Home, 517 E Washington, Box 621, Arma, KS 66712, or Mulberry City Hall.

Burial of creamains at a later date
Rosebank Cemetery
Mulberry, Kansas

Rosebank Cemetery Fund


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    Marilyn Henegar says

    Lou was like my second Mother. Linda & I were best friends and Lou took care of both of us. She was a great friend.

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    Marvin "Butch" Reinhart says

    I never saw her that she didn’t have a good word and a big smile. I saw her for the first time in many years in September 2023 when I was up to visit my Mom. The years hadn’t changed a bit in years I hadn’t seen her. She touched a lot of lives with her honesty and kindness.

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