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Marjorie “Margie” Mae Wayne Tickel, 81, died April 3, 2021 at The Addison of Fuquay Varina.


Margie was born the youngest child to Ina Mae Wayne and William Wright Wayne on November 8, 1939 in Roanoke Rapids, grew up there and married her high school sweetheart Mickey Tickel. She spent much of her working life working in various retail jobs and as a homemaker raising her 3 children.

She served as a Sunday School teacher and Church Choir member and was a wonderful wife, mother and grand/great mother.   

Her passions were family, friends, church, cake decorating, and flower/crafts which she sold at craft shows.  

Another one of Margie’s passions was camping at the beach as well as camping with family at many other destinations across the country.

She had a great sense of humor, always enjoying a good laugh and even in her latter years battling advanced dementia still made friends and won the hearts of all who so lovingly cared for her with her kind and charming way. 

She leaves a legacy of love, dedication and common sense approach to life that has been embraced and cherished by her family.  

Margie is preceded in death by her husband Mickey Tickel; is survived by her sons, William Tickel and his wife Charnell of Raleigh and Jimmy Tickel and his wife Wendy of Halifax; her daughter, Cathy Van Doren and her husband Steve of Evansville, Indiana; her grandchildren, Brian with wife Kayla and Paul with wife Randalyn Van Doren, Leah with husband David Sauder, Aaron Tickel with fiancee Logan, and Rebecca with husband Holden Adams, and Seth Tickel. Her 4 great grandchildren: Titus, Samuel, Prestyn, and Haidyn.

The funeral service will be held at 11:00 am, April 8, 2021 at Victory Baptist Church with visitation 30 minutes before the funeral service. Rev. Jeremy Kobernat will be officiating.   Interment will follow in Cedarwood Cemetery. 

In lieu of flowers, those that desire can donate in memory of Margie to Missions work through Victory Baptist Church.

Online condolences may be sent to www.hockadayfs.com.

Arrangements are under the care of Hockaday Funeral and Cremation Service.