Dearest Anne Marie and Aaron and your families:I loved your mother like she was a sister. She had a special shining light around her--her sense of humor and her sheer delight in living were wonderful to behold. I shall always miss her. I send my love to you and your loved ones. Liz Gregg
I was just made aware of Margarets' passing. She was an amazing woman and had such a positive influence on my children. Margaret and Judge were like an extended family to myself and my children. My love goes out to Aaron and Anne Marie and their families. I have very happy memories of the time I worked for Judge and Margaret was always his biggest fan as he was hers. I am sure they are in heaven, enjoying a beer together and finally finding the peace they so rightfully deserve. Until we meet again, with loving memories, Pat Gerlach Serie, Matt, Beth and Megan
To Aaron, Ann Marie and Margaret's family,
We just heard about Margaret's passing yesterday and wanted to send our condolences to the family. We have many fond memories of good times with the Bixler and Wetzel families. When we moved to Greenville and knew not a soul, Lee and Margaret welcomed us as did their extended families. There will always be a warm spot in our hearts for the whole family and I will especially miss Margaret who was a great friend. Ann Marie and Aaron you had loving and caring parents and I'm sorry they weren't here longer for the two of you but they are together now and you have each other to remember the good times. God Bless you both, and all of Margaret's family in this sad time.
Mrs. Bixler was a great teacher that made learning fun. She impacted a lot of kids. My sympathies for your loss.
So sorry to hear about Margaret's death. I worked with her at Mississinawa Valley. It always brings a smile to my face when I think of her. When Margaret was around there was always fun and laughter. My concolences to the family. Both of your parents were wonderful people.
Roberta and David,
Even when a loved one has been ill for many years, it still leaves a hollow spot in the heart when that special person is gone, especially when it is your sister. You have our sympathy and prayers for your family as you all face this loss together.
Don and Jan Boyer
To Margaret's family,
On behalf of the members of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, West Milton, Ohio, I wish to express our sincere sympathy and Christian love in your loved one's death. She fought a long battle of illness in her life, but her faith remained strong and true. May the heavenly Father who loved Margaret dearly sustain and comfort your during this difficult time.
Richard Faust, Pastor.
Joe & I sent the entire family our thoughts & prayers. Such a Lady, full of good humor, hope we all can remember the good times of her life. Joe & Dorothy Pope-Goodpaster
To Aaron and Anne Marie and Margaret's family, a lifetime friendship with Lee and Margaret will always be with me, and having an extra son was the norm, and I have missed you all since the miles separated us. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I am sorry I can't be there, but Marty and Candi will share all of our blessings to Bixlers', Feltmans' and the Wetzel family.
My sympathies to the family. I have many good memories of working with Margaret at Mississinawa Valley. She was a very special person and will be remembered fondly by all who knew her.
I am so sorry for your loss---I worked with Margaret at the Darke co Board of Edu. She was a very special lady!!!! We had lots of good laughs!!! Good memories. I am so sad.
My deepest sympathy to Aaron and Anne-Marie. I worked with Margaret as a fellow school psychologist in Darke County. She was a cherished friend who was full of fun and laughter. Trips with her to Chicago and New York City are special memories as well. I pray that she and Lee are together again. May she rest in peace.
So sorry to hear the news about Margaret. My condolences to all. I have nothing but fond and fun memories of Margaret. If Margaret was around, there was always going to be lots of laughing and fun! She was a special lady and memories of her always bring a smile to my face. Take care.
My condolences to the Bixler family. I worked with Margaret at the Educational Service Center. I also knew her and Lee through Marilyn and Larry Delk. So very sorry for your loss.
Peggy Riegel, Springboro, Ohio
My condolences to the Bixler family. Maggie and I worked together on several projects back in the 70's. I remember her fondly because she was just delightful.
A favorite teacher of mine, even though I was not one of her prized pupils! I have remembered her fondly for all these years, and will continue to do so. My condolences to the family and friends of a very special lady.