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Margaret Alexander

   Mrs. Margaret E. Alexander, 93, of Fountain City, went home peacefully on Wednesday, April 15, resting comfortably in her bed at Friends Fellowship Community.

   Margaret was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 21, 1926. She married John T. Alexander on May 14, 1944. They shared 55 years together before his death on October 19, 1999.

   Margaret lived in Fountain City most of her life. She was a faithful member of LifeSpring Church. She was an enthusiastic supporter of the church’s relocation to its current site in 1995. Margaret was always positive and an encourager when new ideas were tried, whether it was farming or pointing people to Jesus. Margaret was a member of the Gleaners Club and Richmond Senior Citizens.

   Margaret will be missed by her daughter & son-in-law, Sandy & Bob Oman; twin grandsons, Greg Oman and Brian Oman; great-grandchildren, Sarah, Alexander, Rachel and Olivia Oman; and a special niece, Suzy Black.

   Margaret was preceded in death by her mother, Catherine Gibson Smith; husband, son, John David Alexander, who died in infancy in 1948.

   Pastor Dave Anderson will officiate a private graveside service honoring Margaret’s life in Hollansburg Cemetery.

   Memorial contributions are encouraged for LifeSpring Church, 5600 US 27 North, Richmond, IN 47374 or the Reid Foundation for Hospice Care, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond, IN 47374.  

 


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My condolences to the family and close friends. I retired from FFC. I got to work for Margaret in activities and from the office. She kept us on our toes. Loved to tell us stories. She was a great person.

Joyce Clarkston Apr 23 2020 12:00 AM

Sandy, we are sorry to hear about your loss. We loved her so much,we lived as neighbors for many years. I know she will be missed

jed &Debbie (frame) johnson Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM

Sandy, we are sorry for your loss. We shared many memories as neighbors for many years on the boundary road. Margaret will be loved and missed by the frame family.

jed &Debbie (frame) johnson Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM

Margaret was the sweetest and most kind person anyone could know. We were neighbors on the farm for many many years. Remember helping her and John milk sometimes. Also spent alot of time with Sandy at home and on the bus. She had such a way with words. She will be missed.

Sherry Frame Ellingwood Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM

I enjoyed getting to know Margaret when she and my mother (another Margaret!) were both in the Courtyards. Both of them had been farm girls, which gave us lots to talk about, and I loved finding out where her little license plate (Here Comes Trouble!) came from. She was a lively and funny person, with a deep kindness for me and Mom. I hope the good memories of your life together give you joy and comfort.

Mary Lacey Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM

Margaret was a great example of how to live life. She always had a smile even during the final phase of her life. Thankful that she is now in heaven with John and her faithful dog Fred with a fully restored mind.

Idris Smith Apr 19 2020 12:00 AM

As my sister stated in an email, Margaret was the last of the Poop group to pass away. Im sure the card table is set up and they are all playing euchre. Oh the memories that Margaret, Opal and Frances made for their childrenthe Poop group two. Sandy, your mom passed away on My 73rd birthday. Wish we were able to be with you in your time of sorrow. I will be with you in heart and mind.

Mary Jo Davis Foster Apr 18 2020 12:00 AM

When my boys were little, Margret wanted to give the boys a cat so she told them first before letting me know. What was I supposed to say? So after church we went to Margrets to pick up the cat. When the boys were older and driving they would stop by her house and check on her on there way home from school. Im not sure who enjoyed it more Margaret or the boys. Rest In Peace my dear friend.

Kim Guard Apr 17 2020 12:00 AM

Margaret was by far one of my favorite ladies while growing up as a kid at Hopewell Church! I loved her ornery side and going to their farm for Halloween parties. Her sarcasm, wittiness, and laugh always made me smile and continue to make me smile while I type this. :) I always laughed when she was determined to set me up on a date with one of her twin grandsons. LOL She was such an inspiration to me, and I am saddened not to be able to pass along my condolences in person during this social distancing. Prayers to fill your hole of sadness...Betsey (Alyea) Moore

Betsey (Alyea) Moore Apr 16 2020 12:00 AM