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Marjorie Wohl

Marjorie Wohl passed away at the Calvary Hospital on February 3, 2020. She was 92 years old. A proud, lifelong second generation New Rochellean, Marjorie Ann Atrick was born on July 25, 1927. Her parents owned Dormar Bags. She was not only valedictorian of her class at Isaac E. Young High School, but she graduated a year ahead of herself. In 1948, she graduated with honors from Cornell University’s Arts and Sciences with an AB in Zoology. At the age of 21, she married the love of her life, Charles Wohl, who predeceased her in 2012. During their early years of marriage, she obtained her Masters in Education from New York University and would later briefly teach in New Rochelle Public Schools.
In 1974, Marjorie was the first woman in New Rochelle, to become an owner/broker. For over 40 years she practiced real estate in New Rochelle. From 1974-2001, she was owner/broker of Marjorie Wohl Real Estate. Then in 2001, she became a co-owner/broker of Marjorie Wohl Town & Country. In 2005, Marjorie and her partners sold Marjorie Wohl Town & Country to Coldwell Banker, where between 2005-2009, she co-listed with her daughter, Hope, the highest priced property that office had ever listed to date. In 2010, she joined Prudential Wykagyl Rittenberg and finally, in 2015, Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty. In addition to these achievements, she was at one time the treasurer of the New Rochelle Chapter of the Westchester County Board of Realtors.\She not only enjoyed a sterling reputation within the industry, but she was greatly revered for her integrity, intelligence, quick wit, humor and kindness. To the public, the name Marjorie Wohl, was synonymous with class, refinement, strong work ethics and impeccable service in real estate. She was always thrilled and delighted when people would stop by her office to tell her how much they had loved working with her and how ecstatic they were with their homes.
Marjorie was not only an exceptional Realtor and an adoring wife, but was the greatest and most wonderful mother that any child could ever hope to have. She was loving, supportive and encouraging. She loved her family unconditionally…they were her world.
In addition to her husband, Marjorie was predeceased by her daughter, Linda, in 2018. She is survived by her daughter Hope, sons Edward (Julianne) and Kenneth (Myriam), grandchildren Jack, Luke, Jonathan and Beverly.
Here’s looking at you, kid!
Burial will be private.

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