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Margaret Loth

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Margaret Loth

Queen Creek, AZ

Margaret Loth passed away in Queen Creek, AZ on May 21, 2014. Margaret spent her career as a dedicated RN, Director of Nursing and a Consultant. She was an avid collector and took much enjoyment from her Beanie collection and beautiful doll collection created by her mother and sister. Throughout her life, she enjoyed gardening, camping and fishing. She wasn’t afraid to bait her own hook; she also enjoyed video and card games, and traveling to visit family. She was a excellent cook who made amazing Christmas fudge, dumplings and her special Pink Salad. She enjoyed Stephen King novels and loved the old country and Christian music. In her youth, she adored dancing. She was a fun, lively and lovely lady.

Margaret is survived by her husband, Robert Loth; brother, Greg Hitchcock; two sisters by marriage, Barbara Hitchcock and June Bartlett; daughters, Cindy Lousteau and Debbie Gibson; sons, Randy Jennings, and Gary and Bobby Loth; ten grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren; as well as nieces and nephews. Margaret will be greatly missed and forever loved. Margaret was preceded in death by her infant son, Bobby Gene Jennings; daughter, Gneida Diane Vanlith; father, Robert Hitchcock; mother, Hazel Callison; two brothers, Robert and Buddy James Hitchcock; and a sister by marriage, Barb Hitchcock.

Services with be held for Margaret on Friday, May 30, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. at the Entiat Cemetery in Entiat, WA.

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