Margaret Louise Blackerby
Margaret Louise Blackerby went to be with the Lord her Savior on May 31, 2019.
Graveside service is 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 5, at Staggs Prairie Cemetery. Visitation is 6-8 p.m. Tuesday in the Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Home Chapel.
She was born September 3, 1929, to Major and Rose Lee Sanders in Frost, Texas. She married Jasper Newton Blackerby Jr., the love of her life. Louise worked at Service Drug and Johnson Drug during her school days. She worked at the Hosiery Mill, Edo Air Mitchell and the job she loved the most, working with students in the Mineral Wells ISD. Louise retired in 1994. She put in many hours of volunteer work helping people. Louise adored and loved her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Louise will always be remembered for her compassion and wisdom in writing letters and cards to many people, always adding her favorite verse, Philippians 1:3-4.
Louise is survived by daughters, Sylvia, Bethann and Gail (husband Eddie); grandchildren, Jeremy and wife Heather Hamscher, Dustin Hamscher, and Misti and husband Corey Windham; great-grandchildren, Brennan, Chandler, Aubrie, Owen,Jaden, Brilee, Hayden and Addisyn; sister, Sheryl; brothers: John, Russell and Butch Leslie; many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; special daughter, Clareece Courtney and Shirley and Greg Subblett.
Louise was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Junior Blackerby in 2014; sisters, Dorothy and Carolyn; and brothers, Lonnie, Morris, Joe, Bobby Wayne and Baby Boy Sanders.
Louise will be greatly missed. She was our momma, our granny, our sister, our rock and our angel who loved us to the moon and back.
Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Home
Published on May 31, 2019

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