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Madge Massie

Madge Massie

Friday, December 1st, 1950 Saturday, November 23rd, 2019

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Obituary for Madge Massie (McGee)

Foster City - Madge Massie, 68, of Foster City, left this earth on Saturday, November 23, 2019, at ManorCare, Kingsford, Mich. with her loving husband by her side after a long battle with leukemia and graft versus host disease from her stem cell transplant. She was surrounded by love by her family. She fought hard and made the most of everyday. She was still making everyone smile and laugh with her wit and charm.

Madge was born on Dec 1, 1950, in Dearborn Mich., second daughter to Michael and Gertrude (Janik) McGee. She was raised in Dearborn and was a 1968 graduate from Fordson High School where she met the love of her life Bob Massie.

Madge married Robert (Bob) Massie on May 27, 1971, in Dearborn. They moved from Plymouth, Mich. to Hardwood, Mich. in 1973 and raised their family of 3 boys.

Madge enjoyed time with family and friends. She was an excellent cook. She made many fabulous dinners and desserts for family and friends. She used every dish in the house on holidays. She would even make goodies for her Madison Medical friends. She enjoyed the outdoors and spent many hours relaxing in the sun near her pool. She loved spoiling her grandchildren and watching them play around in the pool or hanging out at camp. Madge worked as a cook and teacher’s aide at North Dickinson School for many years.

Madge is survived by her loving husband Robert “Bob” Massie, her three sons, Rob (Karla) Massie, Hardwood, Mich., Jim (Shellie) Massie, Bark River, Mich., Justin “Buzz” (Sarah) Massie, Foster City, Mich.; six grandchildren Wyatt, EmmaLee “Emme”, Robert “Wes”, Gage, Whitney, and Dakota Massie. Her siblings that loved her so much are brother Mick (Linda) McGee, Northville, Mich.; two sisters Pat (John) Devine, Newport Beach, Calif., and Maureen Williams, Pinckney, Mich.; ten nieces and nephews, Sean Devine, Bridget Devine Pacheco, Mallory McGee, Meghan McGee King, Delaney McGee, Danny McGee, Colin Williams, Brennan Williams, Deric Cunningham and Travis Cunningham. Bob’s siblings Rick (Julie) Massie, Jack (Coco Reck) Massie, LouAnn Cunningham and Denise (Paul) Hellebuyck; three great nieces and nephews Clyde, Ainsley, and John; many friends especially her two best friends, June Bingham and Sharon Larson, who spent many hours playing cards, shopping and laughing together.

Madge was preceded in death by her parents Michael and Gertrude McGee, Bob’s parents Robert and Aggie Massie and her brother-in-law Craig Cunningham.

According to Madge’s wishes private family services were held.

A big thank you to the staff for their excellent care and support at Manor Care and OSF Hospice.

You may leave a condolence or tribute for Madge’s family online at www.JacobsFuneralHomes.com.

The family has chosen the Jacobs Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Iron Mountain, Mich. to honor Madge’s legacy of life.

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Dawn Margoni

Bob and family, it is now Feb. 1 and I just stumbled on something that led me to believe Madge passed. I am so sorry. My deepest sympathies to you all. Dawn Margoni
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LeeAnn

Words cannot express how deeply saddened we are with the passing of Madge. Growing up as neighbors to the Massie's and spending countless days with Jim, Madge was my second mom. She always made me feel like part of the family with meals, hugs and even cutting my hair! As an adult whenever I saw her I always received one of those famous hugs and smiles. She zest for life throughout her illness is an inspiration and I will forever hold my fond memories of her close to heart. Prayers, love and hugs for the entire family. With Deepest Sympathy, Ward and LeeAnn Johnson
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Carolyn Harry

Sending sympathy and hugs to Madge’s family. I was so blessed to have been able to work with Madge over the years. She was sunshine and joy every day.
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Teresa Anderson

Dear Massie Family,
I am deeply sorry for the loss of Madge. She fought her illness with such strength and grace. Madge was one-of-a-kind. She was loving, generous and always thought of others. She left a wonderful legacy for her family to follow.
Sending love and prayers of comfort,
Teresa, Blake and Olivia
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