In Memory

Margery Joan Penny Adams (Youngquist)

Margery Joan Penny Adams (Youngquist)

Margery J. Youngquist, 75, of Aledo, passed away Tuesday, October 27, 2020, at Genesis Medical Center in Silvis, IL.

No public services are planned. Cremation rites have been accorded. Nichols Bewley Funeral and Cremation Services is caring for Margery's family and arrangements.

Margery was born November 27, 1944, the daughter of Irwin and Doris L. Secrest Adams. She married Everett Jack Youngquist on October 23, 1964, in Moline, IL.

She had worked as an accountant for Cleveland Agency prior to retirement. She was also a foster parent.

Margery enjoyed raising and training horses, competitive trail rides and photography. She loved spending time with the grandkids.

Those left to honor and cherish her memory include her husband, Jack; sons, David (Fay) Youngquist of Fircrest, WA, Eric (Karin) Youngquist of North Carolina and Forest (Krystal) Ballinger of Tampa, FL; nine grandchildren; and sisters, Jan DeVrize of Georgia, Sandy Parker of Georgia, and Ardith Kakavas of Texas.

She was preceded in death by her parents and step-father.

Please share your love, memories and support with Margery's family on her memorial tribute page at www.NicholsBewley.com.

https://www.nicholsbewley.com/memorials/margery-youngquist/4373840/obituary.php



 
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10/29/20 01:59 PM #1    

Sandra J Stratton (Womack)

Penny was my friend since 1958. She was my maid of honor when I married Earl. 
We continued to be friends throughout the years. 
Our friendship was strong and we called each other BFF's. 
I will truly miss her and her laughter. 
She was an awesome person, mother, friend. 
She loved her horses, dogs and cats. 
RIP my BFF. 
Sandy


10/29/20 05:57 PM #2    

Mary Jane Sodeman (Unzicker Sinkule)

Penny and I spent many times together through school.  We had such fun with many slumber parties and good times.  I am so very sorry about her death....   We had our Ginny doll together and also had our Wire Fox Terriers together....    She and her family were such great people.....  'What a shock......   I remember how excited she was when she got her horse when she graduated....  All of those fond memories....   RIP Penny and my thoughts and prayers are with your family.     Mary Jane Sodeman

 

 

 


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