Margaret Annette Hunsaker
December 19, 1940 – November 6, 2020
Margaret Annette Hunsaker, of Madera, California, was born to Robert Kelton Jamison and Anita Christine Batt in Phoenix, Arizona on December 19, 1940. Margaret passed away on Friday, November 6, 2020 at the age of 79.
Margaret, often called Peggy or Annette, will be remembered for her zest for life, her smile, laugh, and sense of humor. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She graduated from Camelback High School in Phoenix, Arizona in 1959. She married in 1962, and began working as an administrative assistant when her children were in school. She retired from her executive assistant position for the Madera County Office of Education in 2006.
Margaret is preceded in death by her parents, brother Robert Jamison and sister Georgie Kircher. Margaret is survived by her children, Darla Rigg and husband Kevin, Pamela Ruiz and husband Carlos, and Randy Hunsaker and wife Sharon; grandchildren, Alex Levandusky and husband Mark, Hannah Rigg, Kenneth Harner and wife Isabel, Jeffrey Hunsaker and partner Jessica, and Casey Hunsaker; and great-grandchildren, Olivia Levandusky, Bella Rubio, Jude Hunsaker, Brayden Packer, and a grandson on the way.
Margaret enjoyed spending time with her family, especially the recent addition of great-grandchildren, and with her many close friends. She will be greatly missed.
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- Randy Hunsaker, Son
- Darla Rigg, Daughter
- Pam Ruiz, Daughter
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Margaret Annette Hunsaker
November 20, 2020
I knew her as Peggy, a petite and stylish neighbor who was always nicely dressed, well-coiffed and like to drive down our street in a cool sports car. She was also the mother to my good friends Darla, Pamela and Randy. The three of us had so much fun growing up together, playing endlessly in our cul-de-sac. Oh, those were the days. I was sad when they moved from Colorado to California. I reconnected with the family in later years, though, and Peggy accompanied her two daughters to my wedding in 2014. It was such a job to share that day with my dear old friends. My heart breaks for her family. RIP in peace Mrs. Hunsaker, aka Peggy.
November 17, 2020
Sweet Grandma Peggy💗 What a beautiful picture, she looked fabulous until the end. For those of you who don’t know me, I am Alex’s sister-in-law. I have always felt so welcomed by the Riggs and of course grandma Peggy, they made me feel like part of their family. I know she loved my brother very much which was wonderful as our grandparents passed long ago. I didn’t get to see her often but when I did I was greeted with a smile, hug and I love you. I feel so blessed I was able to be a part of her life. I was able to visit with her for a short while a couple weeks before see passed so I was able to tell her I loved her. She looked beautiful with all her makeup on🥰 I know she was in a lot of discomfort but she still smiled and said, “I love you too.” I thank God for that precious moment with her🙏🏻 She was definitely a wonderful lady. Rest In Peace sweet lady, love you always❤️
November 15, 2020
Annette was the most warm and sincere person to know. I worked with her at Madera Workforce office for many years. I always admired her professionalism and down to earth personality. May you Rest In Peace, Annette. Love, Charlie and LuAnn Hindes