Dear Don and family,
I am sorry to hear of Margaret's death. It has been many years since our meetings
at her mother's home at Fairview Place. Josie O was such a welcoming person, and Margaret had that same spirit. And it also held some treat from the farm ,another gift. My heart holds these treasures, and add the prayer for your hearts during this time of farewell. The Dorothea Paul picture of her Dad and the 5 plow horses, is still
one of my favorites of the farm. Know that my prayer is with you. God' Blessings ,
Sister Carmen Sonnek
Margaret was our Neighbor on the Farm. My memories of her are picking up eggs for our Family. We went through a lot of eggs and had many times of visiting in the process. On occasion we would come over to play and have some great home made treats by Margaret. She was always interested in how we're doing and what was going on in our lives. Also had a few rides to 4H functions and Softball. Their Chevy car seemed pretty cool at the time. Lastly, every Christmas we would get home made Rosettes from Margaret. This had to be a real Labor of Love. She will be missed by all our family and neighbors. God Bless, Phil J
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