This memorial website was created in memory of our mother, Margie LaFitte, 76, born on August 15, 1939 and passed away on April 16, 2016. 

We will remember her forever.

Viewing and Funeral (Directions)

http://www.dayfuneralhome.net/m/obituaries/Margie-Lafitte/Memories

Funeral services are scheduled for 11AM Friday, April 22, at Mount Tabor Church of Christ in Madisonville, TX.


The family will receive visitors from 9-11AM Friday prior to the service.  Burial to follow in Mount Tabor Cemetery.

Posted by Catherine King on April 16, 2019
It's been a long 3 years and now my Daddy is in heaven with you and all the rest of your siblings. I miss you all and pray to see you again one day. I will forever love you.
Posted by Catherine King on August 15, 2016
Well today would have been your 77th birthday, and I would have never dreamed that you would be celebrating it in heaven. I think about you all of the time. I hope and pray that you are celebrating your birthday with Grandma and grandpa, Uncle Donald, Uncle Calvin and Aunt Etta, and my Mom. I love you and miss you.
Posted by Melody Sills on April 25, 2016
We just found out, we are so very sorry for your loss. Your mother and father are together again and looking down on you with love and pride. Love and prayers, Ron and Melody Sills
Posted by Lamar Brown on April 21, 2016
Dear Family, 
I work with Audra. I want to send my condolences to all of you.
I know your loss is great, may you find comfort and peace in the days to come. Sincerely , Lamar Brown
Posted by LeighAnne Bishop on April 19, 2016
Prayers to your family from ours. So sorry for your loss.
Posted by Debbie Ardoin on April 19, 2016
I'm so sorry for your loss, please accept my sincerest condolences.
Take Care,
Debbie
(Merrill Lynch)
Posted by Karen Cruitt on April 19, 2016
this VERY special lady will be missed, I am so glad I ran into her last week and was able to give her a hug.
Posted by Audra LaFitte on April 18, 2016
So sorry for your loss. Praying for the family.
Posted by Audra LaFitte on April 18, 2016
So sorry Audi and Amanda.
Posted by Regina Rogers on April 17, 2016
I know you must be in heaven either bowling or enjoying a game of cards. You will be forever missed by your family.
Posted by Linda Nelson on April 17, 2016
We cry for our loss but rejoice for her knowing she is in heaven. Praying for all of you. Love, Linda
Posted by Catherine King on April 17, 2016
I remember spending time with Aunt Margie when I was a child. She and Uncle Tim were married on my birthday, so they were always on my mind on that day. She has always been someone special and I will miss her forever.
Posted by Mary Underwood on April 17, 2016
I remember Aunt Margie and Tim were always have a good time bowling in tournament all over. Margie was always getting together with her brothers and cousin to play cards. They had some great times together. Will miss her.

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Posted by Catherine King on April 16, 2019
It's been a long 3 years and now my Daddy is in heaven with you and all the rest of your siblings. I miss you all and pray to see you again one day. I will forever love you.
Posted by Catherine King on August 15, 2016
Well today would have been your 77th birthday, and I would have never dreamed that you would be celebrating it in heaven. I think about you all of the time. I hope and pray that you are celebrating your birthday with Grandma and grandpa, Uncle Donald, Uncle Calvin and Aunt Etta, and my Mom. I love you and miss you.
Posted by Melody Sills on April 25, 2016
We just found out, we are so very sorry for your loss. Your mother and father are together again and looking down on you with love and pride. Love and prayers, Ron and Melody Sills
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Mom

Shared by Audra LaFitte on April 18, 2016

Mom was not a person for a bunch of flowery talk, but she was always there for her family and friends. She had a big heart and loved to help people. 

I can remember going fishing at the lake with her, she showed us how to make a playhouse out of the pine needle, fish, roast wennies and marshmellows.

She loved to play games, we always play at least one game at every holiday - cards, boardgames, computer games - she loved them all.

She helped me so much with Amanda - I am always telling her to be thankful for her memaw or she wouldn't have made it alive :)

I am not ready for her to be gone, but I think she is happy again with dad and her family, and friends.