Margaret ANTONIO

Scott Air Force Base, Illinois


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ANTONIO, Margaret "Maggie", 58, of Tampa, passed away unexpectedly on June 4, 2014. She was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on December 13, 1955 to Ray and Phyllis Kindred. She served in the U.S. Air Force on active duty and in the Reserves for more than 30 years before retiring in March...

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You will always be remembered for your warm smile and dedication to family, friends and mission. May your family heal and realize that you gave so much to those around you and will be missed. Salute to the Mags!

Just got back on orders and looking forward to seeing Maggie again. Going through my emails and came across the sad news...I am so sorry to hear of her passing. She was such a nice person. You will be missed Maggie...and my thoughts and prayers will be with her family.

I'll miss you my friend
Michele Slate

We love you Maggie. You will always be remembered and in our hearts!!!! Rest in peace sweetheart!!!

I remember the first time we met when we inprocessed to the unit and were friends forever!

We both extend our deepest sympathy during this difficult time.
MacMac 9er9er though you are now off the net. You will still be in our hearts for eternity. Love you.

My favorite memory of Maggie was when we were in King Fahd/Desert Shield...before the Storm..and she was extra wonderful about coordinating messages (the job) and smiles (not required for the job, but she truly brightened everyone's day). We made the best of the crappy weather and conditions. She has always had a certain grace and resiliency. After meeting her family, I can see her amazing wonderfulness came from her loving family's support. Lighting a candle for Maggie and her great...

Miss you Mama. I wish you didn't have to go. Loving you always

Rest in peace, Maggie, prayers for your family to have peace and healing.