Marjorie Aubry

Marjorie L. Aubry

Saturday, April 8th, 1939 - Thursday, March 12th, 2020
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Marjorie L. Aubry, 80, of Syracuse passed away on Thursday, March 12, 2020. Born in Syracuse, NY, she graduated from Chittenango High School. Marge retired from Upstate Medical University in 1995 after 30 years of service. She continued to volunteer at Upstate for many years. Marge was an avid jogger and gardener. She had a love for animals of all kinds, especially cats. Marge will be dearly missed.

She was predeceased by her husband of 33 years, Richard H. Aubry, MD; stepson, Stephen N. Aubry; and brother, Leslie W. Gillette.

She is survived by her stepchildren, Ann Marie Aubry of Moab, UT, Richard J. Aubry (Eileen Keneck) of Boston, MA and John A. Aubry of Grand Junction, CO; grandchildren, Erin, Matthew, Caroline and Austin; nephews, Jeffrey W. Gillette (Marised) of Ewa Beach, HI and Paul V. Gillette of Kirkville, NY; sisters-in-law, Rosalie J. Kane of Ewa Beach, HI, Adrienne Karis of Scotia, Louise Garavaglia of Miami, FL, Patricia Rose of Florida; brother-in-law, Paul E. Aubry of New Jersey; cousin, Anthony H. Gillette of Adrian, OR; and many dear friends.

Services will be private.

Contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to CNYSPCA, 5878 E. Molloy Rd., Syracuse, NY 13211.
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Julia Walberger

Posted at 11:41am
We were so sorry to hear of Mrs. Aubry's passing. She and Mr. Aubry were such a part of our yearly routine. Discussions over the phone, visits on site, and even the, just stop and chat moments with Mrs. Aubry as she did her power walks. Loved her energy. It broke our hearts to watch her mourn Mr. Aubry. I am happy they are reunited. I would love to imagine her power walking already.

Sincerely, Julia & Tim Walberger, Paradise Grounds

Elizabeth Tyler

Posted at 08:58am
Sending sincere condolences to Marge’s family. My mother Elaine worked for years with Marge and Dick at Upstate. She and Marge were dear friends.
Elizabeth Sexton Tyler

D Galvin

Posted at 06:09pm
My heart goes out the the family. I worked with her for many years she was a very giving women. She would do anything for a friend. I will always remember her running during lunch time and then come back to work without missing a beat!. I hope you will find comfort and knowing she is now finally at peace and with her beloved Richard. RIP
Debbie Galvin

Karen Davis

Posted at 04:42pm
What a fabulous lady, will be sadly missed. Now you can be with your Richard. RIP Marge xxx

Wendy Gellert

Posted at 02:54pm
So sorry to hear of Mrs. Aubry's passing. I worked with her husband for many years. She was always a delight to be around and loved socializing with her husbands co-workers. Now she is joined by her beloved husband. RIP Marjorie.

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