Marjorie Alma Nutter
Marjorie Alma Nutter was born on Sept 22, 1890 in Kansas. Her parents were Mathew and Kathryn (Pritchard) Nutter. Her father was a miller. Marjorie was the middle child, having an older sister, Elsie and a younger brother, George. The family moved to Brighton sometime before 1908, and occupied a house on 3rd St. Mathew Nutter managed a grain elevator in the Brighton area.
Marjorie graduated from Brighton High School in 1908 and moved to Boulder, to spend her freshman year attending Colorado University. She transferred to Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio for her sophomore year. She graduated in 1912, earning a teaching degree. During her college days she was a starter on the women's basketball team, and was a member of the drama club, acting in several plays.
Upon graduation she moved to Pasedena, California and worked as a teacher. Her sister, Elsie, shared her home, but Elsie was not employed.
On July 12, 1922, Marjorie married Frank Leveson, a World War 1 veteran, in Pasedena. Frank worked as a dry cleaner. The couple had three daughters; Margaret, Katheryn, and Frances.
By 1954 Margorie and Frank were living in Alhambra, California with Frank employed as a foreman at Weisner Lock.
Frank Leveson died on Nov 13, 1977. Marjorie survived him by over a decade, passing away on December 11, 1989 at the age of 99. They are buried together at Riverside National Cemetery, in Riverside, CA