Marguerite P. Worrilow August 4, 1939 - November 23, 2021

Marguerite P. Worrilow (nee Robinson) passed away peacefully on November 23, 2021. Born in Queens, NY, she resided in Delaware County for most of her life. She was a graduate of Topsfield High School, class of 1958 and Tewksbury Hospital of Nursing, class of 1960. She was predeceased by her beloved husband Ralph W. Worrilow, who passed away in 1971.
Marguerite, known affectionally as “Steth,” loved the beach and spent her retirement in Surfside, SC, where she loved to entertain friends and family
Marguerite is survived by her loving children Scott R. Worrilow (Jennifer) and Valerie Angelo (Anthony); her brother Franklin Robinson (Jan); grandchildren Lisa Turner (Michael) and Timothy Ream; and her great grandchildren Lilyanna and Mackenzie Turner.
At the wishes of the family, there will be a private service. Arrangements by Bateman-Allen Funeral Home, Brookhaven, PA. Online condolences can be sent via www.batemanfuneralhome.com

Services will be held privately at the wishes of the family.


  1. REPLY
    Lisa Turner says

    You were my person. We had a special bond.
    “We share joy,
    We share laughter,
    We share many wonderful memories.
    Teaching me to tell time,
    Teaching me to count money,
    I’m proud to call you mine.
    Our weekly cleaning days,
    Our weekly shopping sprees,
    These are the times I count the ways.
    Laying by the pool side,
    Laying and watching Jeopardy,
    You’re the one I can confide in.
    We share secrets,
    We share love,
    We share a kind of relationship
    That no one can ever get a hold of.”
    Written in 2009
    We love you and miss you so much.

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    Tim Ream says

    It has been 1 year since your pain went away; you were in pain for so long it was almost a blessing to see you go.
    Pain lasts forever, it’s just a matter of who the pain gets past onto, and how it is delt with. I will gladly carry the pain of losing you.
    You have been missed and will forever be missed by those who knew you as Steth!

    Personal thought. For some reason, typing to a message board kind of makes me feel better.

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