Condolences for Margie Grace Garner

Lynda Betts posted on 1/17/22

My sweet, loving sister Margie is one of the greatest treasures in my life. From early childhood she loved and cared for me. We grew up on a gravel road in Mississippi. We didn’t have much but we were rich in love. I have so many sweet memories of life when she was living at home and afterwards. When I was about to transfer from Rawls Springs to Junior High at North Forrest I came down with the mumps. I had to stay with her since I had already exposed them. That was not a bad thing for me. Being with her made me feel better about going to a new school having missed the 1st 2 weeks. She loved me so much that she wondered if she would be able to love her own as much as me. When she had her children there was no longer any worries about whether she would love them as much. She loves Stephen, Susan & Robert immeasurably along with their spouses. She loved her Grandkids & the Greats too. I’m so thankful & blessed that I got to call her my Sister. I love you Margie

 

David Betts posted on 1/11/22

Margie you were the best sister-in-law I could ever ask for and I will always remember your smile. Thank you for all the great memories. You will always be in my heart! ❤️U

 

Debbie Ewing posted on 1/10/22

Margie ; There will always be a place in our hearts for you! Will join me in the spring while the birds will be singing! Join in my family visit! (I will know which one you are for you will be leading the song). Till we meet again! Fly high my Angel Fly high! We Love You Debbie &Jimbo Ewing

 

 

Carolyn Campbell posted on 1/10/22

My heart is broken......I miss you so much already... Fly high my beautiful, sweet friend/mom. RIP