Margaret Glasscock Shadow
Date of Death: August 24, 2014
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Tuesday 8/26, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Wednesday 8/27, 10:00 am
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Mary Ann Bynum Ylipelto left a message on November 2, 2015:
I don't know if you will get this a year & 2 months later, but I surely hope so. Anita, the last time I saw you was in the mid 70s, and you were living in the log cabin. I have enough memories of us as children to write a nice plump chapter in my life stories collection. When did you move to N.C? I was looking at a picture of Myrtle & decided to Google your family. Imagine my surprise to see the article about her 99th! I waited a year too late, and now I see you lost her. I didn't know about your connection to the Rose Festival. I could have arranged to meet you during your visit there, as I have places to stay in the L.A. area. Sorry for not keeping in touch. I have lived in the country outside of Astoria, OR for 36 years, and I love it. I can be reached at 503-458-6864 or 503-338-8024. I would love to hear from you!
Carol Wilson Norgress left a message on September 11, 2014:
I visited with Loretta when we visited our grandmother, Katie Carter. I have many fond memories playing with her and Anita Frances. My sister, Susan, played with Anita. We would play dress up. Mrs. Margaret always impressed me as a wonderful mother and lady. I was really impressed with how loud she could whistle for Loretta to come home!! I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Margaret's passing. What a great life she must have had. 100 yrs!! Wow!! Loretta and Anita, I just wanted to let you know that I am thinking of you and wishing you fond memories. Carol Wilson Norgress Warren and Nell Wilson's daughter
Elizabeth Davenport left a message on September 4, 2014:
Loretta and Anita: Your mother was one of my favorite people in Ruston. She was always so positive and cheerful. She was kind to everyone she met. She will be missed by many people. I am thinking about all of her precious family.
Judy (Bailey) Ivey left a message on August 28, 2014:
Loretta, I am so sorry to learn of the death of your Mom. God bless you at this time. Remember, it's because of your dad that we met! I did not get to know your Mom as well but I know she was a very special person because she had you and your precious family. Love you very much!
Charlie Langford left a message on August 27, 2014:
Loretta and Anita,I am so sorry for your loss. You like us were privileged to have your mom throughout much of your life. Such a blessing. She and your dad were fixtures at Trinity and in Ruston. You are in our prayers.
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Nanette Choate left a message on August 27, 2014:
Dearest Loretta and Family, it was a complete privilege to know your precious mother, Margaret. All the years I worked at Trinity and even past those years I enjoyed seeing your mother. Her wit, sparkle and personality certainly lit up my heart. She was a treasure in every way. So glad to have known her. So glad she was here on this Earth for 100 years. God bless you all.
Danny & Rebekah Beene left a message on August 27, 2014:
Such a precious lady. So thankful to have known her. Praying for the family.
Kristen Derryberry left a message on August 27, 2014:
Mimi was a beautiful soul. I am grateful to have shared a short part of her long meaningful blessed life. Prayers for your family as you celebrate her life.
frances grafton left a message on August 27, 2014:
Just to add to our visit this afternoon. You mom and dad will remain two of theYou mom and dad were the most comforting and helpful Christian witnesses tome when we moved back to Ruston for a brief time in the early 80's. What a wonderful family heritage you have in your precious family. Love, Francesmost
Nan Cole left a message on August 26, 2014:
Dearest Loretta, My thoughts and love are with you as you grieve the loss of your precious mom. She was such a delight to know. Hugs to you and yours, Nan Cole
Cheryl Drane Skipworth left a message on August 25, 2014:
My dear sweet generous Great Aunt Margaret would invite our family to their home for a grand Thanksgiving feast. I was about 6 years old and surrounded by rooms full of ancestry, it was refreshing to find any source of entertainment befitting a child. They had converted their attic into a grand scale player piano room, which - I was sure - was built just for me. With each annual visit, we would leave Ruston with at least one case of Coke, Fresca, Tab and Sprite in the trunk. The Dr Pepper Plant was 2 blocks from my Dallas home, but as you can see, my deep seeded roots with Coke would forever trump my brand loyalty. Over the next 46 years of my life, I have experienced and witnessed her generous spirit: annually she remembered us with a Christmas gift, when my sister went to China on a mission trip, she cheerfully donated. We rarely saw Aunt Margaret, but when we did, she always made us feel welcomed, loved, appreciated, special. Earlier this year, my Aunt Wilda passed away. Margaret was her favorite aunt. She loved her deeply, and fondly spoke of the special times they had together in Houston when Hale was treated for cancer. Margaret's love for God, her faith, and her steadfastness are many of the legacies I see her leave this earth with. I do believe she is met in heaven with words that sound like, "well done, my good and faithful servant."
Lynda Leoffler Penix left a message on August 25, 2014:
Loretta and Family, So sorry to hear about the loss of your precious Mother. She was such a special person. You were so lucky to have had her for so many years, but I know it was still hard to give her up. We will see you tomorrow. God bless you and your family.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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