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Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes and Cremation Services

3125 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, TX

OBITUARY

Margie Jaquette

November 22, 1973February 8, 2020

Marjorie “Margie” Ann Jaquette, age 46, of Austin, Texas passed away on February 8th, 2020.

Margie was born in Baytown, Texas on November 22nd, 1973, and grew up in Spring, Texas. She was a 1992 graduate of Klein Oak High School and attended The University of Texas at Tyler. She worked in the apartment industry for many years in the Austin area.

Margie married Donald Marsh Flournoy on October 16, 2014, at the Jaquette family ranch in Paige, Texas. They enjoyed travelling to their favorite destinations: San Francisco; New Orleans; Durango, CO; and the Texas coast. Margie loved animals of all sorts: her dog and cat, the neighborhood rabbits, and the backyard birds and she often volunteered at Austin Pets Alive!.

She is survived by her husband, Marsh; her father and stepmother, Dale and Jessica Jaquette; her siblings and their spouses, Marty and Marsha Jaquette, John and Shannon Jaquette, and Julie and Mick Koerber; her father-in-law, Donald Royce Flournoy and his wife, Sharon; her mother-in-law, Mary Marsh Flournoy; her brother-in-law, Royce Flournoy; and her four nieces and five nephews. Margie was preceded in death by her beloved mother, Leona Jaquette, and her sister Robin Moore.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Austin Pets Alive!.

Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 29th at 11am at Cowboy Church Lee County, 2645 County Road 117, Giddings, TX 78942

Services

29 February

Memorial Service

11:00 am

Cowboy Church Lee County

2645 County Road 117
Giddings, Texas 78942

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Rob Brown

February 16, 2020

Margie,
I'll miss your endlessly caring nature, and your amazing spirit. Marsh is so lucky to have been your other half, and I'm so glad you both got to experience so much together. I wish it could have been more...

Nicole and my daughters will both miss you and our annual gathering at the Crawfish boil at which you always went out of your way to make everyone feel welcome and happy. You will be missed by many.

Marty Jaquette

February 16, 2020

Nothing will ever be the same

MICHAEL WINTERS

February 16, 2020

Sweet Margie, you were every bit the incredible woman Marsh made you out to be. Getting to finally meet you, get to know you, was a blessing. Now, go tend that great fairy garden in the sky. Love you.

Brandon Flournoy

February 15, 2020

Margie, I am grateful for having you in my life. I always looked forward to seeing you and talking to you. I will miss our Christmas tradition of texting each other to make sure we were watching the Smurfs Christmas Special.








Mary Sparkks

February 15, 2020

Margie remembering your kind and gentle nature. Wish I could have been able to see you more often but distance in miles did not make you any less part of our family. Thoughts and prayers to your family and friends. Blessed to have you as a family member. Say hello to Lonie .

Chris Collins

February 14, 2020

So sorry to hear of your passing. Down here with gravity, you were always warm and kind with a wry, knowing smile and sense of humor... the last lady standing among Twanguero's handful of groupies. Rest easy.

Stacey Kelly

February 14, 2020

Margie- I will always remember your carefree spirit and your love of all things 4-legged❤️You my friend will be missed ~Rest Easy

Athena Lopez

February 14, 2020

It's so hard to comprehend this. Margie, you were always beautiful inside and out. It's because of my non blood sister Theresa & entire family that I got to know you more. So many wonderful Klein Oak memories to hold onto. You were loved by so many because of your incredible character. Thank you so much for your heart!
♥️

Betsy Sampson

February 13, 2020

You always lit up a room with your glowing grin, and your infectious giggle. You will always be one of my little sisters. Give your mom a hug for me.

Jason Herzog

February 13, 2020

Well, Theresa said it all as I too have all those fond memories of us tearing up the streets of cypresswood, trail hiking in the woods, etc. Such fun times and wonderful memories that will never fade away. I am truly sorry for your loss and send my sincerest condolences to the Jaquette family. It is true, that she is a ray of light and it will shine on for eternity. I will miss my dear friend.

FROM THE FAMILY