Margie A Walker

May 25, 1942September 14, 2021

Margie A Walker, age 79, of Marble Falls, Texas passed away on Tuesday, September 14, 2021. Margie was born May 25, 1942, in Smithville, Texas to Otto and Matilda Busby Stall.

She is survived by her children: daughter Joy and husband Jimmy Stanley of Marble Falls, son Otto and wife Nieta Walker of Fort Worth, son Boots Walker of Burnet and daughter Laura and husband Jody Ratliff of Llano, she is also survived by 13 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren, as well as other relatives and close friends.

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Sue Eastty

September 20, 2021

I rember the day I met Margie. Nelson and May's boys had set a stack of hay on fire. Steve ran up there because the boys were just standing there. I don't remember how we got it out but the hay belonged to Buck and Margie. Love and will miss her smile. Love you Joy Laura Sue Otto and Boots. May God comfort you in the days to come.

Steven Snyder

September 20, 2021

I love you with all my heart. You helped raised me and always treated me like a son. You'll always be loved, remembered and always will be a mom. Love and miss you dearly.

Elizabeth Summerlin

September 20, 2021

Your mama Margie was such a sweet and beautiful soul. She will be greatly missed. Peace and Love to Joy and her entire family.

Crystal Stanley

September 16, 2021

I will always remember Nannum and so many things about her I could write for days, but the most memorable moments I recall growing up and keep fond to my heart is her cooking. She was the only person I know that could ask, “How do you want your eggs?” … and any way that was requested was completed with delicious perfection! The second most important thing I’m going to miss is her friendship…. although she was grandmother-she was also an amazing friend. (One of the best!) From being old enough to know I needed advise or someone to talk to I always went to her. I don’t think many realized how close we were and that’s because she was always honest and private about our conversations. I could tell her my deepest secret, craziest concern, or just a daily help-me, and she always came back with no judgement, honesty, and always the best advise! She never judged me and always told me, “It”ll be okay!” I already miss her hugs, kisses and smile. The most impactful memory I will always cherish is her last day on earth: I was sitting next to her bed, holding her hand and decided to put chapstick on her lips because they were dry, then out of no where she pursed her lips together took a deep breath and her soul left. Now, after days to realize I feel like she was getting all dolled up to enter into the heavens and I will never forget those minutes. She left in peace with no pain and I know now she is dancing, smiling and laughing on the background music playing with Patsy Cline. Such a beautiful person taken from us but forever a guardian angel in my life. Love you Nannum!

Love you forever. Love you always. I miss you!

Crystal Gayle