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Marguerite Reagan

Lampasas, Texas

Aug 6, 1914 – Aug 23, 2019


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Sneed Funeral Chapel - Lampasas Obituary

Marguerite Reagan, 105 of Stephenville, TX (formerly of Lampasas) died Friday August 23, 2019 at Oakwood Assisted Living in Stephenville.

She was born August 6, 1914 in Lampasas County, TX (Ogles community) the daughter of Clinton Ellis Daniels and Pearl (Mathis) Daniels. Marguerite married A.J. Reagan December 24, 1932. He preceded her in death in 2005. Marguerite worked for North American Rockwell (now known as Boeing). She had a variety of job assignments with the company including; a riveter, bookkeeper, payroll accountant, and purchasing agent. She retired after 28 years with company and many service awards. She was also involved in many church activities with First United Methodist Church in Lampasas, where she was a member of Methodist Women, Mary and Martha Study Group.

Those left to cherish her memory include her loving family; Idotha Shaw (Orville) of Comanche, William L. Daniels (Diane) of Little Elm, M.L. Daniels (Elaine) of Sun City and numerous nieces and nephews, cousins and dear friends.

Marguerite was preceded in death by her husband A.J. Reagan, by sisters, Elsie Daniels Logan and Euby Daniels and by brothers, Melvin Lucas Daniels and Willie B. Daniels.


Funeral service will be Tuesday August 27, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Sneed Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow in School Creek Cemetery. Visitation will be 45 minutes prior to the funeral.


Memorials may be sent to First United Methodist Church 2 Alexander Lampasas, Texas 76550.

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My Dad pastored the First United Methodist Church of Lampasas from 1978-1984. In that time, I had the privilege of having many after church dinners and get togethers with Mr. & Mrs. Reagan. Every year, AJ would shoot a deer or send a cow to the packing plant to fill our freezer. I have many memories of the Reagans baby sitting me, and I would play with "tootie"......I missed them both dearly after we left Lampasas, and returned to visit Mrs. Reagan in July, 2010 while...

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Marguerite was a wonderful soul to get to know. I enjoyed helping to take care of her and getting to know her. I loved her dearly. I'll be praying for peace and comfort for her family and am glad shes resting peacefully.

Although I did not know Miss Marguerite very long, I know what a sweet wonderful Christian lady she was. She was very jovial and happy. My prayers are for peace for her loving family knowing that she is in Heaven with her hubby and the rest of her loving family!