Cassadaga-Marjorie Zink, 84 died Sun., Mar. 25, 2012 at Heritage Vil-lage Rehab and Skilled Nursing, Gerry.
Born June 25, 1927 in Pittsfield, daughter of the late Thomas and Eunice Gibson Bower. A 1946 gra-duate of Youngsville High School, Youngsville, she was a Chautauqua County resident most of her life.
Marjorie was a fulltime homemaker and mother who also assisted her hus-band with operation of the family dairy farm and Woodside Camp Grounds in Arkwright. In her early years she was an operator for Bell Telephone.
She enjoyed square dancing, visiting with the staff at Heritage Village and attending her grandchildren's sporting events.
Wife of 53 years to the late Charles L. "Chuck" Zink. who she married July 10, 1957 and died Dec. 15, 2010; mother of Craig Zink of Fort Pierce, Fl., David Zink, Susan (Paul) Mathers, Sallie (late Dean) Nicker-son all of Cassadaga and the late Raymond Zink (Jan. 22, 1999); grandmoth-er of Erin Mathers of Fredonia, Michael and Cas-sandra Mathers, Kristi Zink, Denver, Dallas and Savan-nah Nickerson all of Cassa-daga; great-grandmother of Mackenzie; sister of Albert (Faith) Bower, Betty (Willi-am) Leichner all of James-town, Nancy Bower of War-ren, Ralph Bower, Ray-mond (Cubby) Bower, Richard (Karen) Bower, Arthur Bower all of Youngsville, Marcia Spear of Clarenden, Shirley Riley of Covesville, Patricia Johnson of Erie, and the late Donald, Robert and Kenneth Bower; sister in law of the late Richard Zink. Also survived by nieces and nephews.
Funeral service 11 a.m. Thursday in Park United Methodist Church, 49 Sin-clair Dr., Sinclairville. Visi-tation 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in Jordan Fun-eral Home, 6 Parkway Dr., Sinclairville. Burial in Burnham Hollow Cemetery, Arkwright.
Memorials to Humane Society or Cassadaga VFD.