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July 22, 2018

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August 19, 2017
I'm out of town and just learned of dear Margaret's death. It was my honor to be her pastor for several years and she and Earl were always so positive and greatly supported my family. Margaret had a deep Christian spirit and the love of her Lord came through clearly. Natalie and I are keeping all in prayer.
August 16, 2017
Dear Rev. Hohman and Family. I am so sorry for your loss of Margaret Rose. My family was at Augusta Baptist when you were here. Margaret has joined my mother, father, sister Marge, her son Patrick and my brother, Harry Cablish, Jr. and my husband, Larry England in Heaven. Only my youngest sister, Mary Janet and I survive. I know that you baptized me when I was 10 years old and maybe my brother who would have been 9. I am sure we were probably some of your earliest Baptisms. You took us to Cedarmore Camp and Margaret Rose was with you when you picked us up to return home, this was before the two of you were married. Great memories! You will be in our prayers.
August 15, 2017
Our prayers and sympathy go out to Margaret Roses' family especially her brother Art. She was a very special lady who no doubt is in a far grander place than we. May God bless her.
August 15, 2017
I am so thankful for the life of Margaret Hohman. Though I had not seen her in a few years, I will always think of her as one of my earliest role models and mentors. As a female in ministry, I am grateful for her example of leadership within the church family where I grew up and was baptized Immanuel Baptist. Whenever I came back to visit, she went out of her way to welcome me and check in on my life (as she did for many others). She was there for my family during challenging times and made every member of my family feel special and loved. I also experienced Ms. Hohman as a leader in our community as she was my middle school principal. She was firm but kind and loved her students fiercely. I was additionally blessed to have a course with Ms. Hohman at Georgetown College in Social Psychology. As a professor, she was personable, interesting and fun.

One of the memories that stands out to me is her sharing about a near death experience earlier in her life when her children were young. She described the presence of light and her feelings of peace and immense joy. She said she knew she was in the presence of God and wanted to stay but prayed that she could live to raise her children. She believed God honored her request. Since her children were then grown, she said she knew God could call her home at any time and she had no fear of death. I admired her because she knew what was of ultimate importance and lived her life with purpose and joy. She is one of the most Christ-like people I have known! She will be greatly missed by family and friends but the imprints of her life are left on the many people she welcomed, cared for and loved.

Gretchen Fern Watson