My prayers are with everyone. So thankful to know that Margaret had such a strong faith!
Love and prayers to you Uncle Bill and the family. Our best memories are when y’all would come to Boardman, Oregon and hang out with us, Nancy and Richard were just little guys. We had lots of fun and laughter! Lots of moon pies, and home made ice cream !! Love y’all
We send our love and prayers to Uncle Bill and family, to you Nancy and your family. Praising the Lord for the life Margaret lived serving Him and her family.
We have many fond memories of Aunt Margaret it was always a joy when she came to Grandma Beth house when we went to Bend. Now she's home with the Lord and she will feel no more pain. Donald and Teresa Farley
We have many memories Aunt Margaret when we went to Ben to see Grandma Beth. now she's home with the Lord and she will have no more pain
A life well lived for Jesus. You are remembered and missed by many!
Our love and prayers to your family during this time of grief and loss. When I think of Margaret I picture her smile and uplifting humorous tone in her voice as we would engage in conversation. Appreciated her dedicated service for our Lord in the Bend church; And then to see this service continue on in the Sheridan and South Salem churches. It was always a joy to see her at various times and occasions down through the years and get caught up the family.
We do grieve, but not like those who have no hope. Our hope is knowing we have eternal life through Jesus Christ our risen Lord!
We send our prayers to the family. I really enjoyed the conversations that Margaret and I had. She knitted a special outfit for outside for our first grandchild. Still will be missed.
Sending hugs to Bill.
Marilyn and Alan
Aunt Margaret was one of the nicest people and the most loving person. She was with my mom on the last days of Moms life. She was there for us when our Sean was born, bringing us, Sean, Harvey and me home from Portland. Aunt Margaret knitted this tiny red suit for Sean to come home in. She will be missed and remembered as the loving, kind Christian woman she was and I will always thank Uncle Bill for the day he brought her into the family.
We miss her smile and attitude to life and her love to Christ and family.
My son Kelley is married to Margaret’s daughter Nancy and I have known Margaret for over thirty years.
I have always admired her love and commitment to her family and friends. Margaret had many talents including cooking and being an amazing seamstress. She made Nancy’s wedding dress and then altered the dress for my granddaughter Kayla for her wedding.
I know Margaret is dearly loved by her family and will be greatly missed.
My last time of seeing Margaret was on Mother’s Day weekend last year and even in her suffering with cancer, she was very proud of all her family. May she rest now in our Heavenly Fathers arms and know she made a great difference to all that knew her including myself. In deepest sympathy, Sue Swarat.
I'm so sorry to hear of Margaret's passing, but praise her life lived for the Lord. Margaret was a Godsend when we lived in Sheridan and my youngest had severe asthma. I could always call her when I needed to rush to the dr or hospital and she'd be there to watch my other two. She adopted my kids like a Grandma and I counted her as a great blessing in all our lives. My joy is knowing she is with her blessed Savior, whole and happy.
My family gives our deepest sympathy to Bill, Nancy, Richard and the whole family in the loss of Margaret.
Many fond memories with Bill & Margaret for family gatherings including birthdays, graduations and weddings.
Margaret definitely was the matriarch of her family leading by example in her faith in God, love for family and compassion for others.
Love and prayers of comfort for Bill and rest of the family. Rest in Peace Margaret, we know you are with Our Lord now.