Marge Kroll

April 19, 1932
July 7, 2023

Marge (Reimer) Boyce Kroll, 91, passed away listening to her daughters singing “You Are My Sunshine” on July 7, 2023.  She was born April 19, 1932, to Clarence and Ceil (White) Reimer and graduated from Green Bay West High School in 1950.  She was known by many other names throughout her life including Margaret, Margie, Maggie, and Sr. Mary Margaret, but her most treasured were Mom and Grandma.   Marge loved drawing her six children and their families together for holidays and get togethers.  Her fabulous sense of humor and endearing smile welcomed many customers to her tavern, Margie’s Gin Mill.  In her spare time, she enjoyed working crossword and jigsaw puzzles, reading, and traveling, especially to Arizona during the winter months.

On March 11, 1995, she married Richard “Dick” Kroll.  She and Dick were members of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.  Dick preceded her in death on November 25, 2019.

She is survived by her children, Greg Boyce, Barbara (Mark) Patton, Laura (Perry) Robinson, Chuck Boyce and Stacie (Jim) Strenn; her grandchildren, Nicole (Arik Frank) Patton, Christopher Boyce, Justin Boyce, Cory Boyce, Joshua Boyce, Aurelia Boyce, Bradley (Miranda) Strenn and Michael (Lauren) Strenn; great-grandchildren; her best friend, roomie and sister, Judie LaRock; two sisters-in-law, Carol and Mary Ann Reimer; and members of the Kroll family.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her son, William “Billy” Boyce, and three brothers, John, Don, and Bob Reimer.

The family will celebrate her life privately.  Marge will be laid to rest at Fort Howard Memorial Park.  To send online condolences visit

Sincere gratitude is extended to everyone at Eden Vista where Marge had made her home in recent years, but we would be remiss in not thanking Mr. Wonderful, Monse, Jen, Jessica, Liz, Jodilynn and Riley for their exceptional care.  Your kindness will not be forgotten.

“You’ll never know Dear, how much we love you.  Please make sure my MaMa is okay!”

Jeane Smits is serving the family.