Sooner later, we should realize the purpose of our lives is given to each of us to discover. Margie did discover that purpose in God’s grand design of life. The eyes of her heart opened up when she saw the drama showing Heavens Gates and Hell’s Flames with people coming forward to judgment. Those who believed that Jesus died for them and asked for forgiveness, were welcomed by Jesus in the Pearly Gates. Then those who did not believe and rejected Christ were dragged off into Hell’s Flames crying and screaming. Margie believed and asked Jesus into her heart, as she repented of her sins. If Margie could talk to you today, she would totally convince you that Heaven is for real, because she’s there right now. Margie was, as like, a heavenly angel carrying out her mission of showing God’s love to everyone around her. Her tender sweetheart expressed a Christ likeness of His light shinning through the darkness of the world to give them hope to be saved from “Hell’s Flames”. Numerous testimonies indicated Margie could have earned high awards for being such a saintly servant helping others in life’s challenges. Many were attracted to her, by the beauty of her heart, caring, loving, giving, comforting and sacrificing of her time to minister God’s Word conveying his desire to rescue them out of their troubles. I knew her as being the most loving, wonderful, accommodating and sweetheart wife, I could have ever imagined. She cared for kids so much, that through the years while raising 2 of her own, she fostered 8 more kids, later adopting 2, wanting them to go to church and to know Jesus at an early age, in hopes to have a better start in life. She actually provided a “foster care ministry” for children at the same time being a great mother, always working full time jobs for over 44 years, keeping up with all of the house cleaning, washing clothes, preparing most all the meals, feed January 29, 1951 to August 1, 2012 the pets, and still sacrifice sleep to do her bible devotions early in the mornings and be a faithful member at Angus Acres Church in Sand Springs. Margie was a great teacher. She led Women’s and Singles classes in Sunday School for over 6 years. She had a passion for being a prayer warrior, as she dedicated herself to group prayer on Monday nights for over 20 years. Margie was my dream girl come true, always going beyond my wildest expectations, having so much energy, zest for life, showing love toward me through all situations and still saying, “I want to make you happy”. And she did - more than I deserved, with her special love language of her servants heart fulfilling all my needs. I was so very blessed to discover the perfect helpmate within. She was so assertive and attentive with her accomplishments, resulting from her intuitive reactive speed . You would be impressed with her athleticism, playing church volleyball, where we originally met. She enjoyed shooting basketball, biking, para sailing, snorkeling and swimming. Margie was quite an experienced jet skier, doing a few tricks and could water ski too. Being the proficient swimmer she always was, she taught all the kids, plus 5 grandkids to swim and ride bikes. Margie could also play alittle piano and ukulele. For the last 4 years, we played Q- Chord and guitar together. Margie was amazingly energetic in doing church dancing - watching her take the spotlight was like seeing an angel waltzing across the clouds, looking so gorgeously beautiful! She was so precious and a gift of life and love to us all to remember in our hearts forever. We never had a chance to have a last hug, a last kiss, a last time to say “I love you”, or a last dance. But the “never had”, will turn into “forever have” when we see her in Heaven some day. Margie’s Love is in my heart forever, Daniel Gabriel This memoriam was published in the Tulsa World on 9/30/2012.