Then sings my soul,
My Saviour God to Thee,
How great Thou art!
How great Thou art!
  • 100 years old
  • Born on April 14, 1910 in Roselle, Iowa, United States.
  • Passed away on October 26, 2010 in Wilmington, North Carolina, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Margaret Hugeback 100 years old , born on April 14, 1910 and passed away on October 26, 2010. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Linda Scott on October 26, 2014
It now has now been four years and each day I think of you! Your beautiful spirit is here still enhancing my life in this world. Always grateful for you!
Posted by Penni Parr on October 26, 2014
She radiated warmth and grace. Whatever the obstacle, her belief in
her Lord and the love for, and of, her family gave her great strength. What a truly special person she was.
Posted by Lois Eischeid on October 26, 2013
Margaret has been resting in the loving arms of Our Lord for three years. She is in our thoughts and prayers, as she has been one of our favorite aunts.
Posted by Gayle Brinker on April 14, 2013
You are truely missed Margaret, but I hope you and Lynn (my husband) who passed away Jan 23,2013 ) are up in Heaven playing eucher and are praying for us!!!!
Posted by Inez Hugeback on April 14, 2012
Miss you Mom and Happy Birthday today! Love from Inez and Vera
Katie and Mike were on Margaret's Island on the Danube River between Bucha and Pest in Hungary. They saw the St Margaret's Chapel where St. Margaret is buried. They saluted you! And I wish you a Happy Birthday are so very missed but so very much with us. love, Linda
Posted by Inez Hugeback on April 14, 2011
Happy Birthday Mom. You are missed and remembered. We wore purple today because it was always your favorite color. I learned today that it is the symbol of Health and that St. Raphael is the patron of Health.  Love, Linda
Posted by Lois Eischeid on November 16, 2010
Lois Eischeid What a beautiful aunt I had both inside and out. I have many fond memories of she and Matt, especially when we were growing up. Special times were when we could spend the night on their farm. Margaret was a special talented aunt and will be greatly missed by all. We send our deepest sympathy, but am comforted by knowing she is now resting peacefully in the arms of Our Lord.
Posted by Gayle Brinker on November 15, 2010
Dear Inez, Vera, Romayne,Linda and Susan. Lynn and I are deeply saddened to hear of our wonderful Aunt Margaret passing on. She will be missed by many family. relatives and friends! Our love to the family.  Lynn and Gayle Brinker
Posted by Deb Quandt on November 9, 2010
So very sorry to hear of the death of the loved Margaret-enjoyed watching all the photos as I could hear her voice as I looked at each one-she was a very remarkable and beautiful woman and just to imagine all of the things she has done and seen in her 100 years on Gods earth!!Our deepest sympathy to her family and friends
Posted by Roxanne Welsh on October 31, 2010
To Margaret's Sweet Family:
During this sad time be comforted and know that she lives on through ALL of you.
Keeping you and yours in our hearts.
Love, the Welsh's
Posted by Kelly Brosnahan on October 30, 2010
I never saw her look anything less than spectacular and always with a smile on her face. I feel privileged to have been related to her. Every night when we tuck the kids into bed we still say "Don't let the bed bugs bite the bed". I swear!!!!
Posted by Judy Mowery on October 30, 2010
Linda,Our deepest sympathy to you and your family on the death of Margareth. Her charm,courage, and warmth will live on with her legacy to you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in these days ahead. Roger and Judy Mowery
Posted by Savannah Stamm on October 29, 2010
I miss GG Margaret because she was so nice and I loved hearing her play the piano. I miss you and love you!
            Hunter Stamm
Posted by Louis And Kathleen Schmid... on October 28, 2010
Age was certainly no obstacle. It is easy to know the kind of person Mrs. Hugeback was by knowing her family. Now we are sorry for them and wish we could convey our sympathy more adequately. As it is Fall, the following quote is most appropriate," So, like the leaves,when our season is ended, we return to the earth-as God intended."
Posted by Linda Scott on October 27, 2010
She was an extraordinary person who had a vision for life and its possibilities and she focused on the achievement and success of those dreams. And she did it all with love in her heart and love for others. She would not be compromised. And everyday, she prayed, she exercised, ate healthy (in between blizzards from the DQ)
and she maintained brain power. Missing her love.
Posted by Muffy Sinclair on October 27, 2010
I remember the times I spoke with her in Sidney, and was in awe of her determination to continue to read and to never see challenges as barriers but rather opportunities to learn and grow. I am reminded of the hymn, We Are Called. "Come! Live in the light! Shine with the joy and the love of the Lord! We are called to be light for the kingdom..." She will always be a light for anyone who knew her.
Posted by Savannah Stamm on October 27, 2010
"GG Margaret was such an amazing person and I try to follow her in every way. She has achieved sooo much over the past years and I am sooo proud of my Great Grandma. I am inspired by her faith in God and everything she has done for her family. GG Margaret will forever be in my heart and prayers! Its an honor to be able to say that my Great Grandma lived to be 100 years old!! RIP GG Margaret <3 <3

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