Mrs. Margaret Alma Rinaca Higgs (Rinaca)
Jeff, the girls and I shall miss Aunt Margaret. She was such fun to be around and always made us laugh. Please call us if we can do anything for you!
I graduated with Margaret, had not seen her since graduation, and several of us who graduated together met for lunch a couple years ago in a restaurant in Shenandoah. It was wonderful to see and talk to Margaret. Her brother, Glen, was also there. Brought back many memories. I am so sad to hear of Margaret's passing. My sympathy goes out to the family who, I know, must love and will always love her so very much. She was such a kind, gentle, and sweet person as I remembered her to be in school. God bless.
Doris Jean (Nichols) Raynes
Goodbye Margaret - maybe we'll see you again in another place. It sure seems a lifetime goes by in such a short time.
Our best to you Kelly and Kevin - like Inman said "It hurts but what can one do?"
Kelly, like I told you tonight, you'll feel better in about a hundred years. It isn't so bad when you lose one parent but when both are gone it sure leaves an empty spot you can never fill, but after a few years one accepts and moves on. It's a bit easier when we remember they would have wanted that you know.
So long ago I remember when Leroy and Margret were married - we loved them also.
Our best - Ruth and Phil Rinaca
Linda and I send our love and prayers to the family of Margaret. Linda and Tom Stumph
I wish to express my condolences to the family, I was sorry to hear of Mrs. Higgs passing. She will be missed.