Port Orange - Margaret passed away peacefully after a short battle with COVID-19. She is survived by her sister, Julia, her daughter, Anna, and her son, Paul, his wife, Nettie, and her grandchildren, Dylan (Maddie) and Riley. Margaret will be remembered for her faith in her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and for her kindness, generosity, and love of animals, especially her dogs.
Published by Daytona Beach News-Journal from Aug. 14 to Aug. 17, 2021.
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We were very sorry to hear about your Mom. We have many happy memories of the times spent with your family . May our love help you through this sad time.
Ken and Meg Crump
August 26, 2021
She was a humble loving lady, I was in Wednesday morning ladies Bible Study with her. I will keep her family in my prayers and give God thanks for allowing me to know Margaret . She is with Jesus but we have joyous memories left to cherish
August 18, 2021
Margaret was the sweetest lady. I had the pleasure of being in Women's Bible Study with her. When we went out to lunch she always ordered fish and chips. I miss her.