Margaret Pfluger

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Margaret Morgan Pfluger LUBBOCK- Margaret Meg Morgan Pfluger, 66, of Lubbock died March 31, 2013 in San Antonio after a brief battle with esophageal cancer. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 1 p.m. at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Lubbock. The oldest of three daughters, Meg was born to Cara Clower Morgan and Robert H. Morgan on July 27, 1946. She grew up in Lubbock and graduated from Lubbock High School and from the University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a degree in business. In 1968, she married Addison Lee Pfluger and lived for 4 years in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where she began raising her family. Subsequently, the family moved to San Angelo, where Meg lived for 20 years prior to returning to her roots in Lubbock in 1995. A valuable and respected community volunteer in San Angelo, she donated her time and contagious enthusiasm to numerous non-profit organizations, including Junior League of San Angelo, Sonrisas Therapeutic Riding Program and West Texas Rehabilitation Center. Her dedication and organizational skills were special blessings for West Texas Lighthouse for the Blind, which she passionately served. After she left San Angelo, Meg continued to make a difference to sightless individuals through her service as the long-time Chairwoman of the Texas Council on Purchasing from People with Disabilities. While serving in Austin, Meg was also able to obtain her Certified Public Accountants license and practiced as a CPA for many years. Consistent with her commitment to meaningful involvement, Meg also joined St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, serving on the vestry and relishing the love and support she received from her church family. Another of the joys she experienced on her return to Lubbock was renewing childhood friendships, especially traveling with her Blue Bird group and sharing laughs during weekly Mahjongg sessions. Meg is survived by two daughters and their husbands, Amy Pfluger Reesman and husband John of San Antonio, and Elizabeth Bette Pfluger White and husband Jerod of San Angelo; and by six grandchildren, Gus and Luke Rowland of San Antonio, and Maggie, Coleman, Adilee and Ann White of San Angelo. She is also survived by sister, Lou Vanberg of Dallas, and by sister and brother-in-law, Betty and Mike Jones of San Angelo. Meg will be missed by her family and friends. It was Meg's wish that in lieu of flowers, she be remembered through gifts to St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 1101 Slide Road, Lubbock, TX 79416 or to West Texas Lighthouse for the Blind, 2001 Austin Street, San Angelo, TX 76903 or to the donor's favorite charity.
Published in The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal on Apr. 2, 2013
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