Margaret and I were classmates at Hockaday. She and Jane Hollingsworth attended many Roman Banquets there.I am grieved to lose my friend of 40 years and send sympathy to all the family.
My heart goes out to the Crow family for their loss. I had the pleasure of working for her for over 20 years and have enjoyed every minute of it. she was a special lady and will be greatly missed.
From the point my father and Trammell served in the Navy together, Margaret "adopted" me as another of her children, since Bobby and I were approximately the same age. She was one of the most gracious women my family has known. Each year my wife, Catherine, and I knew the first Christmas card we would receive would be from her. Her warm personal notes, written in her own hand for most of the years, are special treasures of ours. We mourn her loss.
To the family and loved ones of Mrs. Crow, I would like to express my deep and heartfelt sympathy over your loss.
Margaret was the most gracious lady I ever met, and I learned from her a wonderful quality that I try to emulate in my own life - to treat everyone equally kind with equal respect. From the occasions that our family gathered together with them, I shall always fondly remember the regal Margaret and the playful Trammell. Thank you for those lovely memories that you and Trammell provided me, Margaret, and thank you ever so much for your kindness towards my parents, Pattie and Brim.