Born to Hungarian immigrants in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Marjorie Sentenac was a saucy gal with a heck of a sense of humor. Five foot two with (sparkling!) eyes of blue, she adored dancing, Clark Gable, and a day at the beach. Margie, as she was affectionately known, grew up in a coldvwater flat in Brooklyn, the youngest of four sisters. Those were the pre-World War II war days, and parties, dances, dinners, and laughter were the joys of their youth. Now, the four Goch sisters are reunited in heaven — “having a ball” again, as Marge liked to say. Cute as a button, Margie was known for pink lipstick, blonde curls and a Brooklyn accent that never lost its edge. She loved ducks and clowns and shopping. She made a world famous pot roast, knitted the warmest of socks, and was always a good sport. To Marge, being a mom and grandmother was her world. As she once wrote: “I’ve been blessed with a wonderful family, my sisters, their husbands, their children, etc.