Margaret Anne Wiesner
February 7, 1931 – July 29, 2018
Margaret Anne Wiesner, 87, completed her service to the LORD on earth on July 29, 2018. She was the widow of Benjamin Gus Wiesner. They shared 43 years together.
Born in Houston TX, she was the daughter of Allen Luther Lester and Victorine Elizabeth Lester (maiden: Pennison) She had four brothers and a sister. She graduated from Milbey High School in 1949. She was employed at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company for a total of 22 years where she met her husband.
She was a member of the Church of Christ and taught Sunday School at Lexington Woods Church of Christ. She enjoyed sports and music and could play the piano. She enjoyed traveling, gardening, rock painting, and shopping. Above all she dedicated her life to her faith and family. She will be remembered for her gentle spirit, kindness, and generosity to all.
She is survived by her sister Mary Jo Drott, daughter Vicki Lynn Carter, grandchildren Jennifer McIntyre, Dacus Allen, Krista Allen, Kirt Walters, Jill Walters, and 18 great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by brothers Alan Lester, Bob Lester, Ernest Lester, and Victor Lester, husband Ben Gus Wiesner, son Ronald Wayne Wiesner, and Grandson Travis Avery Wiesner.
- Visitation Friday, August 3, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, August 3, 2018
- Interment Friday, August 3, 2018
Margaret Anne Wiesner
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August 8, 2018
A dear lady that was an inspiration to so many lives. Angels and Ben are rejoicing because she is now in Heaven.
August 4, 2018
I’m honored to have known this amazing Matriarch, Margaret Weisner.
I first met her daughter Vicki at the Medina Children’s Home where she came to care for children.
As a Christian woman Margaret knew that it was her responsibility to take care of others. She encouraged Vicki to step out and serve others. She contributed her whole life. She made it a goal to help others through their difficult times. With loving care she took care of her grandson until he passed and unselfishly supported her granddaughter through some very difficult times.
Margaret gave of her whole being taking great care to expose all around her through the faithful example she always was. She Learned the words of the Lord as a young girl and passed it through generations through her teaching at home and Church. She was such a wonderful storyteller that the children all gathered around to listen and learn what God had to say to them.
She opened her home to her children and grandchildren through the years, and never left them without her words of wisdom. There was always time for a good laugh. Through her tap dancing and antics mimicking the ole fashioned broadway dancers. She took center stage even up through her late seventies. If you needed a good laugh just watch a good movie with Margaret. It was best to sit down for a while. The movie was always extended due to enjoyable comments along the way from Margaret. She always had something funny to say. Her humor was contagious as I’ve been witness to. Margaret loved beauty. She was very creative, transforming rocks into houses, creating whole towns out of simply added a little paint. She crocheted Afghans and pillows sharing her God given gifts. Her legacy will live on for generations in the lives of her family. As she leaves this earth for her heavenly home she will be greatly missed. But as she passes the torch to her daughter to hold, I have no doubt we will see her in every moment, in every smile and every example praising God.
August 1, 2018
Ms. Margaret was my sweet neighbor for many years. It makes me so sad to hear of her passing. My sincere sympathy for the family and my prayer is for peace and comfort for all during this sad time.