LINCOLN – Marjorie M. Corro, 93, a lifelong resident of Lincoln, crossed over into Eternal Life on Jan. 12, 2005 to be welcomed by her Blessed Lord and to be happily reunited with her dear parents George and Bridget (Rice) Corro; her brother, Frederick Corro and sister-in-law, Mary (McNamara) Corro. Marjorie was born Jan. 2, 1912, in the home in which she resided at 11 Lake St. until her illness required her to move to Colonial Acres Nursing Home in 2001. Marjorie graduated from Mattanawcook Academy as Salutatorian of her class. After graduation she began a long career in the retail clothing business, first working for Samuel Polackiwicz and finally as the owner of The Marjorie Shop at 45 Main St., Lincoln. Marjorie closed the store in 1972 and in retirement enjoyed traveling with friends. She especially enjoyed the Canadian Rockies and Hawaii. She was a daily communicant of St. Mary of Lourdes Catholic Church serving on the Parish Council and as Eucharistic Minister until her illness prevented her from attending. Marjorie was a faithful worker for the Church, and a charter member of Our Lady Circle, Daughters of Isabella. Marjorie will be deeply missed by her devoted brother Joseph D. Corro; her niece, Jo-Marie Corro and her husband, John; her nephew Daniel R. Corro, his wife, Robin and their daughters, Callie and Jamie, her cousin, June Shannon, friends Mary Lane and Mary Julia Richard. The family thanks Marjorie’s faithful caregivers Mona Smith, Catherine Tait, Pauline Whitney, Helen Shorey, Pam Tash, and Wanda Johnson as well as her kind caregivers at Colonial Acres Nursing Home. Friends may call at Clay Funeral Home, 7 Lee Road, Lincoln, on Saturday, Jan. 15, from 9:30 a.m. until the time of departure to the Church. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Saturday, at St. Mary of Lourdes Catholic Church, Main Street, Lincoln, with Rev. Andre Houle, OMI, presider. Spring interment will be in Lincoln Cemetery. For an online register book, please visit