Marjorie Cochrane

Marjorie Cochrane
Marjorie Lou Martingano Cochrane was born in Galveston, TX on September 8,1927. Margie was preceded in death by her loving husband Dr. John H. Cochrane Jr. MD, of Texas City, TX and her parents, Nicholas Martingano, and Lucy Mae Hobbs of Galveston, Tx.
         Margie is survived by her three children, John H. Cochrane III, David Guyden Cochrane, Crista Cochrane Sereni, and daughter in law, Ann Marie Cochrane; Grandchildren Katy Ann Cochrane, David Guyden Cochrane Jr., Daniel John Sereni, Gina Claudia Sereni, and Sophia Isabella Sereni. Nieces; Adrianne Cochrane and Jana Cochrane
As a child, Margie enjoyed roller skating and going to the beach. John and Margie were married at First Baptist Church of Galveston June 18, 1949.
At the age of 60, she started her own business, which was called “Remember Me Gift Baskets”. For 15 years, she designed beautiful baskets filled with items for any and every occasion. Margie was the director of the 2nd grade Sunday School department for 35 years at First Baptist Church of La Marque where she enjoyed singing in the choir and being on the kitchen committee.  Known for her lovely parties and fabulous recipes, she was the original “party planner”.
Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2005, she was always a gracious loving, and kind Christian mother, grandmother and friend.  Mrs. Cochrane passed away on Saturday, May 16, 2015 of natural causes.
Pall Bearers are John H Cochrane III, David G. Cochrane, Daniel John Sereni, Dennis D. Duniven, Claudio Sereni and Fred Samuel Forman Jr.  There will be a Private Family Graveside Service at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery    2301 Memorial St. Hitchcock, TX  77563 on Wed. May 20, 2015. 
Friends who wish may make memorial gifts to: Alzheimer’s Association; 225 N. Michigan Ave., FL 17; Chicago, IL 60601.  
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Everything went wrong
And the whole day long
I’d feel so blue.
For the longest while
I’d forget to smile.
Then I met you.
Now that my blue days have passed- 
Now that I’ve found you at last-
I’ll be loving you Always
With a love that’s true Always
When the things you’ve planned
Need a helping hand
I will understand Always, Always.
Days may not be fair Always
That’s when I’ll be there Always
Not for just an hour Not for just a day
Not for just a year, but Always.
Dreams will all come true growing old with you and time will fly.
Caring each day more than the day before till spring rolls by
Then when the Springtime has gone, Then will my love linger on.
I’ll be loving you, Always
With a love that’s true, Always
When the things you’ve planned, need a helping hand
I will understand Always, Always.
Days may not be fait Always,
That’s when I’ll be there, Always.
Not for just an hour,
Not for just a day.
Not for just a year.
But Always!