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Margaret Anne (Hurst) Reimers

December 22, 1939March 13, 2020

Mrs. Margaret Anne Hurst Reimers, age 80, of Marietta, Georgia passed away on March 13, 2020 surrounded by her loving family. Margaret was born in 1939 in Far Rockaway, Long Island, New York to Thomas & Janet Murray Hurst. After graduating high school, she began a career with television and media working with CBS, The Weather Channel, and Superior-Essex. In her spare time, she was a master gardener, and active member of the Somerset Garden Club, president of the Somerset Home Owners Association. For years, she sang with her husband in the choir at St. Johns United Methodist Church in New York. She was a devoted wife, a loving mother and a doting grandmother. Margaret is preceded in death by her parents, and her sister, Caroline Wolfson. She is survived by her loving husband of fifty-four years, Ralph Earl Reimers; her sons, Karl (Haley) Reimers, and Thomas (Janet) Reimers; and her grandchildren, Ansley Elizabeth, Riley Kate, and Catherine Anne-Marie. A graveside service will be held at Georgia Memorial Park on Monday, March 16, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.


  • Graveside Service Monday, March 16, 2020


Margaret Anne (Hurst) Reimers

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Rita ( Reimers) Mielke

March 26, 2020

You loved your family and your garden,
you were the focal point for your family.
i am very sad not having the chance
to meet you eves to become friends .
You were the best wife and best friend
for your husband Ralph.
He misses you so much.
You will always be in his heart.
Rest in peaces

Rita ( Reimers) Mielke and Hans Mielke March 27. 2020

Detlef Reimers

March 24, 2020

People come into our lives and accompany them
us for a while. Some stay forever
because they leave their mark on ours
Hearts. You took me in your house, thank you for everything. I will never forget you! goodbye Peggy!

Love Dedel (Kiel - Germany)

Ralph Reimers

March 24, 2020

I lost a friend today.

I don’t have a lot of friends,

So it hurt deeply.

This friend was special.

This friend was also my wife

I already miss her.

Not because she isn’t close, but because she isn’t here.

Our friendship didn’t need us to be physically close,

Only to know she was there.

Many will tell me that my loss is Heaven’s gain.

I will them that doesn’t help with the emptiness.

Heaven doesn’t need more of anything;

I need my friend.

Many will say she went peacefully. Good.

But I needed her to not go at all.

Many will say, look to other friends for comfort.

My friend was unique.

My other friends’ can’t replace the one I lost.

I lost a friend today.

I know she is now everlastingly happy.

I will ask her to pray for me.

I lost a friend today;

But I know she somehow will still be my friend.

My friend made me laugh a lot,

Today she made my cry.

I lost my friend today!
Ralph Reimers, 13 March 2020