Margie Louise Thurman

 

Margie Louise Thurman
Margie Louise Thurman

Margie Louise Thurman, resident of Amarillo, TX, passed away on December 10, 2021, at the age of 77.

Memorial services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Saturday, January 8, 2022, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Margie was born in Memphis, TX on August 18, 1944, to Madge and Robert Jackson. Margie moved to Amarillo in 1971. Over the course of Margie’s life, she worked at Levi Strauss for 20 years and Crouse-Hinds for 17 years. However, the job she loved the most was being a Crossing Guard for 4 years on NE 6th and Buchanan St. She loved each kid like they were her own and was always so proud of how many kids she would have the opportunity to walk with each day. Margie was larger than life, with a smile and presence that would light up the room. She was loud and her laugh was ever louder. Margie will forever be the Dallas Cowboys #1 fan! She was feisty and stubborn to say the least. Margie had a great love for Jesus and always prayed for her friends and family. She would do anything for anyone, especially her family because she loved them unconditionally. Margie will be greatly missed by those who had the honor of knowing and loving her.

She was preceded in death by her parents; one brother; three sisters; and one granddaughter.

She is survived by her three children, Donna Penning, Kathy Oakley, and Lynn Thurman, all from Amarillo, TX; one sister, Mary Stinson of Newcastle, OK; six grandchildren, Brandon and Debbie Oakley, Jerry and Jenea Oakley, Michael and Shontelle Owens, Brandie and James Brooks, and Crystal Castleberry, all from Amarillo, TX, and Robert and Barbara Oakley, of Virginia; and her precious twenty-two great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren with one on-the-way.

This isn’t a goodbye but a see you later.  As Margie would say, “Go Cowboys!”

8 Replies to “Margie Louise Thurman”

  1. I miss your smile the most! It’s so hard to to come to terms with I’ll never be able to see you again

  2. I miss you already! I love you like a sister.
    You blessed my life in so many ways.
    We will see other again soon.

  3. I worked with Margie at Crouse-hinds. Very nice lady and always ready to laugh! Prayers sent to those who love her, Mary Bandy

  4. It was an honor to know you & I enjoyed the visits throughout the years! You were such a kind Lady to me & Always made me feel welcome no matter where we were!!R.I.P. Sweet Margie😥💔💓You will be Dearly missed by many & Our Prayers For The Family!🙏🙏

  5. She is a beautiful lady she always loved going to church she would always give her kids a lot of flight word when they wouldn’t listen but that was just her she would do anything for her children I would really love to be at the service but she will always be with her children and her grandkids always

  6. Such an amazing, loving , beautiful woman I was so blessed to know. She will be missed by many as she was loved by so many❤️

  7. I’ll miss honking at you when I would pass you on Bucannon st. and most of all, we will miss you at the race track. Go Cowboys and see you next time.

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