Marjorie F. Polk, 95, passed away peacefully at home on February 13, 2021 surrounded by her family. Marjorie was born on January 24, 1926 in Oklahoma City to Anton Ben Soper and Mayme Swanda Soper.She attended Oklahoma City Public Schools and graduated from Central High School in 1943. She attended the University of Oklahoma where she met her future husband, Beverly Robert Polk, Jr. while both were students in the School of Geology. She and Bob graduated in 1947 from OU, married in 1948 and established a home in Oklahoma City, later in Nichols Hills. Both were geologists and together they established B.R. Polk, Inc., an independent oil and gas company. They were founding members of the University of Oklahoma Energy Center and the OU Associates. Marjorie was on the Board of Directors of the OU Alumni Association and spent nine years on the OU Council. She was a member of many civic and social organizations: Casady Mothers Club, Geologists Wives Association, Early American Glass Club, Twentieth Century Club, Reviewers Clique, D.P. Chapter of P.E.O., Red Bud Women's Club, Tuesday Bridge Group, Oklahoma Art League, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma Heritage Association and The Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. Marjorie was a member of the Nichols Hills United Methodist Church for over 60 years.Marjorie was a devoted wife, a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Richard Lee Soper; husband, Bob; daughter-in-law, Jeanne Minnett Polk; and great-grandson, Henry Robert Klos. She is survived by her daughter, Linda, son-in-law, Tom Klos; her son, Randel Polk; grandchildren, Jeffrey Klos and wife Rachael, Allison Eagan and husband Matthew, Jennifer Klos, Robert Polk and wife Mara, and Elizabeth Cromwell and husband Jesse; great-grandchildren, Phoebe Klos, Truman Klos, Elton Eagan, Louise Eagan, Emily Polk, Brooke Polk, James Cromwell and Jeanne Cromwell. She is also survived by cousins, Aline J. Garrett and Nancy Peschl Love (Jerry) together with many friends she loved through the years.Marjorie loved to travel and made several trips to her family's homeland in the Czech Republic.The family wishes to express our gratitude and heartfelt thanks for the loving care Marjorie received from her caregivers, Melanie, Nora and Sally.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Nichols Hills Parks, Inc. "Polk Park", 6407 Avondale Drive, Nichols Hills, OK 73116.A private family service is planned.