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Margaret Stanley
November 25, 1941 - December 25, 2006



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Sally MedleyKacey & Brian Gibson
Theresa Carr Clas of OCHS 1959Carolyn
Sarah Jane Medley KuntzNancy Crowe Smith OCHS class of '59
Sandra RozellThea Clark
Linda Sargent-CarrawayBarbara Boyd
Cheryl FladwoodMary Hunter
Kim BraggEllen, Marty, Colleen & Trace Stufflebeam
Tracey Hamilton-HarrisonJudy Haydel
Joan Stanley

 

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By: Sally Medley Jan 9, 2007
On the death of Margaret

The funeral service was beautiful. A Scottsman played Amazing Grace on the bagpipes. There were many flowers, and many, many more friends. Emotional and fitting tributes were made, and tears were flowing. For a minute, I thought I could hear Margaret giggling at all of us.

Whenever you'd see Margaret coming, she'd walk in with a book in one hand, a cigarette in the other, and her saucy mouth a going! We knew we'd be up all night and would be laughing til our sides hurt.

There'll never be another Margaret. She danced to Life's music, and played Life's games by her own rules.

She was bawdy, brassy, bold and bossy.... what a broad, what a terrific broad!

Stop laughing Margaret!!

Sally Medley
January 5, 2007
By: Mike, Jeanne, Rachelle & Zak McKinley Dec 30, 2006
We are sending you our thoughts and prayers.

As a kid and teenager, I always loved visits from Aunt Margaret. When she visited, she was the cool aunt that understood everything. I always felt she was full of life and lived every minute of it.
By: Amy Sanders Dec 30, 2006
I love Margaret and she was always better than a best friend. She was a second mother to me. She and Phil took me in and took care of me when I needed it the most, scolded me when I needed it, and most of all listened to me go on and on when I needed it. She taught me to live life to the fullest and will truly be missed.

Phil and family please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers always.
By: Carolyn Dec 29, 2006
It was a joy working with Margaret, she could always make you smile. We at work never knew just what would come out of her mouth and that was the funny part. She did not let her illness get her down. Margaret will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Carolyn White
By: Sarah Jane Medley Kuntz Dec 29, 2006
My deepest sympathies go out to your family. I really loved Margaret and have the fondest memories. I am having a mass said for her in Owensboro, KY since I cannot make it to her services. Love, Sarah Medley Kuntz
By: Sandra Rozell Dec 29, 2006
Margaret was one of a kind! I have fond memories & fun memories that date back to the mid-70's when we worked together at Echerds Distribution Center as DataEntry operaters. Especially our trip to New Braunfels October Fest. She loved life, her family & friends. I am thankful to have known her, to laugh with her & to know we can look forward to seeing her once again before long. My prayers go out to all the family.
By: Mary Hunter Dec 28, 2006
I have so many great memories with Margaret as a co worker and as a friend that I grew to love. Margaret never complained about how she felt, even on her worse days. There were lots of days when Margaret had to use that loose tongue of hers, it always made me laugh and I would want her to repeat it, so at that point then she'd begin laughing at me. From time to time we also shared tears. My friend was tired, and now she can rest in peace. I LOVE YOU, MEDLEY!

My thoughts, prayers and lots of hugs for her family during this difficult time.
MARY HUNTER
By: Thea Clark Dec 28, 2006
To my Dear Family in Christ,
I was shocked this morning when I opened my newspaper and saw my dear friend Margaret in the Obituaries. I could not control the tears as they flowed, she was a dear friend to me, I spoke with her before Christmas and some how I sensed her trying to tell me something, but I would have never imagined that it would be good-bye.To you who are sharing this great loss, my words to you today are lift up your heads and look to the hills from where all of your help comes. I know that she loved her family and her friends dearly. I met this God sent family over 10 years ago when I began to work for them. I became a part of the family the moment I walked through their doors, and it have been that way every since. My heart and prayer goes out to each of the children and to Phil. Just ask the Lord to take you through and you will be just fine, for "Earth has no sorrows that Heaven cannot heal." I love you all......Thea Clark
By: Linda Sargent-Carraway Dec 28, 2006
I worked with Margaret for many years. We worked together at Doctors Hospital and at Memorial-Hermann The Woodlands. She was a great lady. We had a lot of laughs together. She will be missed very much. My prayers are with you her family. May God Bless you and give you peace and comfort during this time. Linda Carraway
By: Barbara Boyd Dec 28, 2006
By: Barbara Boyd

I did not know Margaret long but for the time I knew her
she was a wonderful person, full of life and full of
pride and vigar. She always let her thoughts be known
and she didn't care who knew heard it. She loved her family very much. She always talked about her husband and her children. Margaret I am going to miss you very much. I know you are in heaven watching us and telling us not to do this or that and to speak our minds, never holding it in. I will see you and my family one sweet day.
By: Cheryl Fladwood Dec 28, 2006
I along with MANY others will miss Margaret very much. We all have many, many memories that we will cherish forever. I first met Margaret when I began to work for Memorial Hermann the Woodlands in 2001, our friendship grew close from there. I talked to Margaret as much as I did my own mother-just about every day. I will forever cherish our many conversations. I remember I once took Margaret out to lunch and then to Barnes & Noble for a Starbucks and dessert to just sit, relax and read, we all know how she loved to read. As I drove her home that day she thanked me and told me I was the best date she ever had. That is just one of MANY memories I have. She was defintely one of a kind. I feel very blessed to have had her in my life for the time that I did. I love you Margaret!!
My thoughts, prayers and hugs go to each and every one of her family members during this difficult time. My love to all of you! ~ Cheryl
By: Ellen Stufflebeam Dec 28, 2006
I will forever miss Aunt Margaret. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Love, Louva Ellen
By: Tracey Hamilton-Harrison Dec 28, 2006
I will truly miss Margaret. I worked with Margaret at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital for 4 years. Margaret was my everyday lunch buddy and my friend. I have laughed with Margaret and cried with Margaret. I can rest knowing that she is in a better place without any suffering. Phil she loved you and don't worry your family will take care of you, cause that is the way Margaret would of wanted it. The funny personality that Margaret had will forever stand out in my memories of her, as well as her loose tongue!! She is probably rolling her eyes at what I am saying right now, or cursing me one!! To the family of Margaret Stanley love you and take care, because Margaret was a breath of fresh air to all she came in contact with! To Margaret get those hands off your hips and stop fussing up there in Heaven! Love Ya Girl, Tracey!!
By: Joan Dec 28, 2006
Dear Phil and family,

I am so sorry for your loss! I loved your mom from the first day I met her over 20 years ago. Some of my favorite times in life were when I visited you all in Texas and of course the times you came to Indiana. She and I had the most wonderful talk on the telephone the week before Christmas we talked and laughed for almost two hours. She then text messeaged me at 3am on Christmas morning. With her usual Mery Christmas you all, Mom. I often would repeat small little sayings she had because she had a wonderful witty mind and to sit and talk with her was just fun. I'm sure you all know how really wonderful she was in her own special way. My most treasured memory is the year we went to Galvestin and went camping. What a week end! Im gonna miss her alot but I have really good memories of her and all of you. I hope you all got her some pretty jewelery to wear when she meets Jesus. I still have several unique pieces she has given me over the years. Please know that I wish I could be there but can't so please keep in mind Im thinking of you every day and hoping God will keep a gentle hand on all of you through this time of sorrow. I love you all. Love in Christ, Joan Stanley

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