Margret Gaskin

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11/25/1924 - 07/11/2014

Bobbe was a Mother of Three, Grandmother of 6 and Great-Grandmother of 9. Also a Farm Girl from Missouri, Business Woman, Volunteer "Blue Bird" at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, and last but not least an avid Golfer. Bobbe's many friends will remember her chin-up attitude and endless energy that kept her on the move and making friends. Taking lemons and making lemonade was always her approach to any roadblock life sent her way. One of her memorable moments was being recognized as a Senior Golfers Hall of Fame inductee. Best of all she was the first female to receive this accolade. She always said, "I never met anyone on the golf course I didn't like." A long-time member of and frequent player at Oak Hills Country Club, she took her sport seriously and loved to be an ambassador for the sport. Bobbe worked hard even as a child, delivering milk to her piano teacher in exchange for lessons and used that talent at both the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches in her home town. While Bobbe will be sadly missed by many, her family are comforted in the knowledge that she is now giving golf lessons to the angels and will be waiting to welcome us all when we meet again. Bobbe is survived by her Children: Lynda Larsen, Carl Larsen (Peggy) and Polly Davenport (Bruce); Grandchildren: James Keoughan, Tammy Davidyan, Jeannette Bunch, Clay Davenport, Kristy Wagner, Holly Timmerman and their families. In lieu of flowers please consider a gift to the Margret "Bobbe" Gaskin Memorial Endowed Scholarship at the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing at or via mail to : Gwen Notestine, Director of Development, UTHSCSA School of Nursing- Mail code 7923, 7703 Floyd Curl, San Antonio, Texas 78229-3900. Checks may be made out to UTHSCSA indicating Gaskin Endowed Scholarship or call 210-567-5313.
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Published in Express-News from July 20 to July 21, 2014
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