Margaret Agatha Kuhels
25 August, 1923 – 3 October, 2020
Margaret Agatha Kuhels was born August 25. 1923 and received into the arms of Jesus on October 3, 2020. She is preceded in death by her parents, Anna and Adam Zenk; sisters, Barbara Huff, Margaret Zenk; and brothers John, William, Henry and Clarence. She is also preceded in death by her husbands, Clarence Schade and Wiliam Kuhels and daughter Jacqueline Carroll (David). She is survived by her children, Karen Pipas (Richard), Lawrence Schade (Barbara), Deborah Rees (William), JoAnne Armstrong (Brian), Patricia Smith and William Kuhels (Katrina). She was the Grandmother of 12, Scott Becka (Aimee), Michael Carroll (Kathi), Adam Schade (Dawn), Stacy Manzi (Ryan), Greg Rees (Lisa), Kristin Grose (Josh), Brian Armstrong, Mark Armstrong (Chelsea), Shelby Smith, Nicole Smith, Eli Kuhels and Maggie Kuhels. She was the Great-grandmother (GiGi) of 13. She was a member of the Nativity Chorale when they traveled to Rome and acquired a private audience with Pope John Paul II. She was also a Eucharistic Minister and volunteered in the Pastoral Care Office and Food Pantry. The family will receive friends at Stowers Funeral Home, 401 W.. Brandon Blvd, Brandon, FL, 33511 from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, October 9th. A celebration of life Mass will be held at Resurrection Catholic church, 6819 Krycul Ave, Riverview FL. 33659 on Saturday, October 10th. Private Internment Monday, October 12th at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to LifePath Hospice, 4200 W. Cypress Street, Suite 690, Tampa, Florida 33607 or at www.chaptershealth.org.
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Margaret Agatha Kuhels
12 October 2020
My deepest sympathy and sincerest condolences. Although I did not have the opportunity to get to know Aunt Marge better, I am appreciative for the time I did get to spend with her and will forever be grateful for the time she came to stay with us while mom (Kathy) was in her last few days. She didn't hesitate and was there for all of us during such a difficult time. The world truly lost a beautiful, selfless human being! May we all show the kindness to others that she always showed to each and everyone she met! Love to all, Denise
Bob & Carol Whitehead
6 October 2020
Aunt Marge was such a wonderful aunt and we just loved and enjoyed her when she would visit. It was such fun when we would all be together which wasn't often enough. She will be missed more then life itself. She is now reunited with the rest of her family and she leaves a large void in all of our hearts.