Margaret Aileen Revord
December 17, 1941 – November 29, 2020
Margaret Aileen Revord born December 17, 1941, passed away on November 29, 2020.
Margaret was a force to be reckoned with...she lived her life out loud to the best of her abilities; she had an amazing laugh that could be heard throughout the room, an avid euchre player and loved to beat anyone at a game of Scrabble.
She loved taking zumba classes, belly dancing classes and loved her daily walks with her friends, and loved going to estate sales. Margaret was one of the most giving woman that her family knew, often driving friends to their doctor's appointments, grocery stores or whatever they needed, taking them little gifts, send cards to the ill, and comforting those that came to her.
She loved her daughters and would sing their praises to anyone who would listen. She retired from the Flint Police Department as the Secretary to the Chief of Police in 1996 to take care of her beloved husband, Clarence Revord who has since passed.
Margaret leaves behind her daughters Terri (Christopher) Hawk and Traci (Kevin) Daniels; grandchildren Joshua Dimond, Marlena Daniels; step-grandchildren Trevor Hawk, Jared Hawk and Justin Hawk; sister Amanda (James) Whitney; nieces Leslie Hinojosa and Claire Lovegrove; nephews Paul and Ross Lovegrove, and Randy and Jeff Whitney.
She was preceded in death by her sister Katherine Stubbs Pierce, her loving husband Clarence Revord, her mother and father.
Margaret Aileen Revord
Alona Reid (formerly Smallwood)
December 6, 2020
So sorry to hear about Margaret. I worked with her at the Flint Police Department. We did a few outings with our young grandsons who were small enough to ride in strollers. I remember her husband as well who was a school crossing guard with the police department. Her family is in my prayers.
December 4, 2020
Margaret was a niece through marriage to her children's father. Margaret was a joy to be around. We touched bases periodically. she was justifiably proud of her girls. the last I saw her in person was 20 years ago in Flint. She took us to see her daughter and grandchild. Her laughter and smile will be missed.
Traci, Terry and families:
We have a Sparks/Hoskins reunion Memorial Weekend near Alpena. Most camp, but some indoor beds are available. Lots of trails are available on the 80 acre camp. Please come and enjoy the meals over the campfire. Sincerely, Gary and Jan
December 2, 2020
Margaret was a long time friend who I will miss! She always was up for a new adventure or a walk. She valued her family and her friends and was indeed a treasure!