Marjorie Cave was born in Cleburne, Texas; however, she raised in Corsicana, Texas. A 1939 graduate of Corsicana High School, she was an expert Rodeo Barrel Racer from the age of 6 years. During her high school years she hosted a weekly KAND talk show called “Tiger Talk.” She interviewed students, teachers, and distinguished visitors from Corsicana. After High School, she graduated from Draughons Business College with a diploma in Accounting and Business Management and later attended SME, majoring in Bible History and Christian Education. For 30 years, she taught Old Testament High School Bible Credit for Dallas Independent School District through various churches in the Metroplex. Marjorie married Jim Cave in 1940 and had three children. Following his tenure in the Armed Forces, the Caves moved back to the Oak Cliff area of Dallas. In 1946, Marjorie was the first wife of a WWII Veteran to be elected President of the John Lowe-Joe Smartt American Legion Auxiliary #54, the largest Auxiliary in the World at the time. For many years, she was Women?s Director of the Oak Cliff YMCA, where she increased the number of Adult Education Classes from 2 to 22; all with certified teachers. During this time, Marjorie assisted her husband Jim in the founding of the Jim Cave Funeral Home and Insurance Company. In 1957, she took over as President of the insurance company and made it into one of the state?s strongest mutual companies. After 27 years as Company President, she stepped down to facilitate a merger with an “old line” insurance company. As a National Parliamentarian, she was very active in club work and politics. She served on the speaker?s bureau for Dallas and Oak Cliff and was a favorite after dinner speaker. She served as president of the Oak Cliff Business & Professional Women?s Club, American Business Women?s Association, and the Altrusa club of Oak Cliff, and organization of Executive Women. For 10 years, she served on the State Board of Directors for Altrusa International and was elected to two terms as Governor of District Nine, Texas, Mexico, and Guatemala. Because of her work with Mexico and Guatemala, she was invited in 1969 by the US Army Air Defense Command to attend a training session at NORAD in Colorado Springs and was appointed Ambassador of Air Defense Artillery. Mrs. Cave was twice elected as “Woman of the Year” by Oak Cliff B&PW Organization. She was also the recipient of the coveted Edith DeBusk “Most Outstanding Presidents Award.” Upon retirement in 1984, the Caves made their home at Hide-A-Way Lake where she was active in women?s golf and was instrumental in organizing the Ladies Tournament Assoc. and served as their first President. For several years, she was the Volunteer Patient Advocate for Texas University Health Science Hospital in Tyler. The Caves moved to Irving in 1999 where she volunteered at Baylor Health Center Irving-Coppell and Lively Senior Center. Mrs. Cave remained in the area until her death at the age of 90. Mrs. Cave was preceded in death by her husband of 61 years, Jim Cave, and mother, Madalyn Huffman. She is survived by her children, James Gordon Cave of Haywood, California; Sharon Rebecca Kilmer of Santa Barbara, California, and Marjorie Camille Vinson of Irving; grandchildren Susan Scurlock, Wayne Wickliff, Kris Vinson, Kevin Vinson, and Karla Vinson; and numerous great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at 2 PM Monday, January 9, 2012 at Grove Hill Memorial Park in Dallas. The family will receive friends 6-8 PM Sunday at the funeral home. Reverend Myron Corser, of Irving, passed away January 2, 2012 .  He was born September 2, 1932 to Myron Merril Corser, Sr. and Sylva (Hucke) Corser in Mound Valley, Kansas. He was a minister for almost 59 years, 12 years as Assisting Minister at Joy Fellowship Foursquare Church in Irving.  He is survived by his wife, Elaine and son, Mark Corser, both of Irving; daughters, Loyce Lackey and husband Mark of Midlothian, Melody Weatherby and husband James of Victorville, California, Connie Cantrell and husband Rick of Denton, TX and Jan Aldridge and husband Doug of Columbus, Mississippi; five grandchildren, Morgan, Tyler, Dusty, Austin and Hunter; brothers Rev. Robert Corser of Irving, Carl Corser of McDonald, Tennessee, Steven Corser and John Corser, both of Coffeyville, Kansas; sisters, Elaine McAfferty of St. Louis, Missouri and Karen Bliecher of Cherryvale, Kansas; and his aunt, Vivian Ruth Hucke of Cherryvale, Kansas. A funeral service is planned for 10:00 AM Thursday, January 5, 2012 in Brown?s Memorial Chapel, officiated by Dr. Sidney Westbrook. Burial is planned for 10:00 AM, Saturday, January 7, 2012 in Highland Memorial Park, Weslaco, Texas, officiated by Reverend Robert Corser. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, January 4, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the funeral home. The family asks that memorials be made to The Gideons online at http://www.gideons.org or Joy Fellowship Foursquare Church, 302 W. 6th Street, Irving, TX 75060.

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