Melba Agnes Magill
February 1, 1929 – September 8, 2018
Some of us are so very fortunate to be born into this World surrounded by incredible love. Every single member of our family can personally attest that, since the day each of us took our very first breath, an undying, rejoicing love has surrounded us all through the sheer will of our beloved Matriarch. Never once could it be questioned and we are all so richly blessed to have called her our own.
Our beloved “Nana” has peacefully passed on to a place far more deserving of her warming spirit, where she can cast her grace upon others with a far broader stroke. We can’t help but picture her holding a cerveza in her hand, which she undoubtedly would have offered to share with anyone nearby, and getting so excited to cheer on her Sooners this coming Saturday. It’s hard to imagine any pleasures in life that she truly loved more beyond those and her family.
Beyond blessed this World has been to have had almost 90 years of her gifts. Our wish is for everyone to have someone in their life who makes them feel as loved as she made all of us. In this life, there is simply no greater gift than that.
- Committal Service Thursday, September 13, 2018
Melba Agnes Magill
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September 12, 2018
My wonderful Aunt she never grew old her smile was made of sunshine and her heart was solid gold. I have many many memories of my beautiful Aunt Melba, I remember her praying every night before bed, putting rollers in her hair, her getting mad and Tracy and I, but most of all her beautiful smile. I willmiss her soothing voice. To my cousins I want you to know that she will always be a part of us all in our hearts and in our souls. Rest in paradise my beautiful Aunt Melba
September 11, 2018
Aunt Melba you will be missed. All your visits here with mom, was such a blessing. You always made me laugh. Your free spirit, I so admired.
I remember you in love,
blessed you were my Aunt.
I guess the one memory that always sticks out, is when we visited you all in Oklahoma,
my darn sister was convinced she could walk home....boy did we get in trouble that day.
Dearest family, my card I am sending will be a little late, but when you get it you will know why.
I wish I could be there with all of you, but as you know, mom needs me here now. Hugs and Love to all of you, in this time of loss.
My Prayer is that You feel Gods presence, his Love, and his embrace. Know he is with you, and that our Loved one is in his arms.
Love, cousin Patty
4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning
or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”
September 9, 2018
I remember all the times we would go out dancing and the guys would always buy us free drinks. And shopping with you when we were little which was not fun at all if we were behind you. Rest in peace Aunt Melba see you soon