1925 ~ 2018\r\nOur sweet Mother, Grandma, and Great Grandma, Marjorie Rigby, age 93, passed away peacefully at Avalon Health Care Center on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. \r\nShe lived most of her life in Murray, Utah. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was an excellent cook and worked many years in the bakery business, decorating cakes with beautiful flowers. She was an artist at heart and painted many ceramic Dresden Dolls, sharing with her friends and family. She was given an opportunity to work for Disney Studios at only 18 years of age, in California as an artist, but declined and came back to Utah to marry, Alvin Nelsen whom she had 6 children with. Later divorced, she married Thomas Rigby who was deceased in 2011.\r\nShe was a very loving mother and almost solely looked after her family.\r\nShe is survived by her daughters, Sandra (Larry) Park, Kathleen (Max) Hardcastle, Lonna (Terry) Bouck, and Denise (Don) Morris; eleven grandchildren, and many great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren; and one sister, Joan. \r\nShe is preceded in death by her husband; her son, Lamont , and daughter, Louise Nelsen; grandsons, Brad and Brian Harwood; brothers, Lamont, Paul, Don Levorsen; sisters, Afton Padjen, and Faye Marsden; and many other dear family and friends.\r\nWe would like to express our greatest appreciation to her friends at Summit Senior Living, Avalon Health Care, and Care One Hospice. A special thanks to her brother-in-law, Hal Marsden for his unwavering support and prayer for our family during the demise of our dear mother. Also, a very special admiration to our youngest sister, Denise, who tirelessly cared for our mother in her home and at the care center, tending to her personal needs including doctor appointments, groceries and finances. We would have been lost without her generosity for the past 7 years.\r\nAt her request, a formal service will not be held. A graveside service will be held on Friday, October 5, 2018, 2:00 p.m., at the Murray City Cemetery. \r\nPlease share online condolences at www.jenkins-soffe.com.