Marion Benjamin  July 12 1929

Marion Benjamin July 12 1929November 9 2022

July 12 1929 November 9 2022
Obituary MARIAN OLIVIA BENJAMIN (nee White) was born on Friday, July 12, 1929 to the late Mary Walker and Joseph White. At the age of 11, Marian was baptized in June 1940 by the late Rev. James Vance McIver of Union Baptist Church in Orange, NJ. It was here that Marian taught Sunday School and was a member of the Young Peoples’ Chorus for many years. MARIAN graduated from Orange High School and William Paterson University. She did graduate studies at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, Kean University in Union, NJ and New Jersey City University in Jersey City, NJ. Marian taught for forty-two years, including teaching in New Jersey and overseas in Germany. Thirty-seven of those years were in the City of Orange, NJ. She was a member of the Orange Education Association, New Jersey Education Association and National Education Association. She was also awarded Outstanding Teacher of the Year at Princeton University. As a lifelong student, she loved to learn new lessons, play the piano, and spend quality time with family. She leaves to cherish her memory, daughter Chanda D. McCollum; son-in-law, James W. McCollum, Jr., grandson Rev. Ryan E. Faison and his wife Kristyn Faison; niece Sherri D. Blanton; along with a host of family and friends. Read more

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Marion Benjamin July 12 1929 November 9 2022.

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Death notice for the town of: City of Orange, state: New Jersey

death notice Marion Benjamin July 12 1929 November 9 2022

obituary notice Marion Benjamin July 12 1929 November 9 2022

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