Marjorie Sayler: 1942-2021
Funeral services were held for Marjorie Sayler on Oct. 15, 2021 at the Scotland Community Church. Burial was at Rose Hill Cemetery, Scotland, S.D.
Marjorie JoAnn (Boschker) Sayler was born Wednesday, June 17, 1942 to John and Martha (Mesman) Boschker in rural Springfield, S.D.
She was baptized Aug. 2, 1942 at Emmanuel Reformed Church, Springfield, where at the age of 17 she also made her confession of faith.
She attended county school a mile and quarter from her home and made many memories along the way, graduating from eighth grade on May 22, 1956 from Bon Homme County School. She later graduated from Springfield High School in 1960.
Following high school she attended South Dakota Hairstyling Academy in Sioux Falls, S.D. She started her career at Ruth’s Beauty Salon in Springfield and Yankton, S.D.
On May 25, 1972 she was united in marriage to LeRoy H. Sayler at Emmanuel Reformed Church in Springfield. They were blessed with three children: Lee, Mary and Ann. They lived their entire life on the farm where she operated her Town ’N Country Beauty Salon from 1976 to 2010 at which time they moved off of the farm and into Scotland.
Marjorie had numerous hobbies which included gardening, canning, baking, crocheting, bowling, and playing piano, organ and accordion. Not only did she enjoy being a farm wife and mother but took great pride in the time spent with her grandchildren and dear friends.
She was a member of the Scotland Community Church, formerly known as the United Church of Christ, where she loved serving the Lord by teaching Sunday school, singing in the choir and was active in the women’s fellowship.
Despite declining health since this spring she cherished every minute with her family and friends. She loved planting her garden each spring, anticipating the first ripe tomato.
Marjorie, 79, passed away Monday, Oct. 11, 2021 at Landmann- Jungman Memorial Hospital in Scotland surrounded by her loving children.
She is survived by: son Lee (Angie Kreber) Sayler and their children Audrey, Landon and Logan; daughters Mary (Jeff) DeBoer and their children Alexis, Micah and Martina; Ann (Brent) Rames and their children Blake, Amanda, Autumn and Emmarie of Menno, S.D.; sister-in-law Lorraine (Edwin) Kaul of Tea, S.D.; several nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents John and Martha Boschker; husband LeRoy on Feb. 23, 2020; brothers Arnold and Marvin Boschker and sister Arlene; father and mother-in-law Theodore and Leontina Sayler, brother and sister-in-law Harlen and Elaine Sayler.