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Margaret M. Kaberline

Topeka, Kansas

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BRENNAN MATHENA FUNERAL HOME Obituary

Margaret M. (Shoemaker) Kaberline, 84, of Topeka, KS died Monday, November 6, 2017 at the House at Midland Care. She lived her entire life in Topeka.

She enjoyed being with her family, puzzles, games, piano and following KU basketball. She worked at Eakes Grocery and Hallmark Cards in...

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Thanks for being friends to my Mom and Dad during their years of living at 1116 N. Madison St. here in Topeka. I rember you visiting them once in a whiloe. My husband Bruce, our son Brian, and our daughter Holly and her family Branden (h), and children Lauren and Logan all live here in Topeka. Sorry for your loss.

Jim...so sorry to hear about your Mother's passing. Prayers for her and for your family. It's been a long time since the days at Yellow, hope all is well with you.

My heavens, Ed! One of my sisters just called this afternoon to convey the news of your Margaret's passing. I was just checking the paper so I could plan to come in for the rosary & wake but I see her funeral was this morning. I am so sorry. I would have driven in. My Sincerest Sympathy to you and family. Margaret seemed a sweetheart. I enjoyed visiting with her. Watching her Memorial Video ( which is lovely), I kept thinking about you and Daddy's lives & how you were both around...

To Edward, (Charlie), Eric and the entire Kaberline family: I send my thoughts, love and prayers to all of you. I grew up knowing her as Mrs. Charlie ever since I was a little girl. I can remember her smile and her laughter, the comfort that you both gave to me at my Dads funeral. My Dad thought the world of both of you and was their to greet Mrs. Charlie when she entered the heavenly gates.
May the Lord bring you comfort at this time of sorrow,

VIcki Franco

My prayers are with all the family. Sorry I couldn't be there today but you were in my thoughts.

Margaret was one special person she always stopped at Chick-fil-A when I worked and said hi. Always had a smile and a kind word. Her love of puzzles and my dads love had them exchanging puzzles all the time. She will be missed but always in my heart.

So sorry to hear of Margaret's passing. She was a kind and wonderful woman and I know she will be missed dearly by family and friends. My condolences to Ed and family.

sorry for your loss

Sending my thoughts and prayers to Ed and family in the loss of Margaret, a dear sweet lady.