Margaret Biddle

margaret biddle

September 24, 1959 ~ June 18, 2016

Margaret Elizabeth Stark Biddle 56, passed away Saturday, June 18, 2016, in her home following a courageous battle against her illness with members of her immediate family at her bedside.

She was born September 24.1959, in Indianapolis, Indiana to Thomas Allen Stark and Charlene Rose Willoughby Stark.

Funeral Services will be conducted at 10 o’clock A.M. Thursday at Cozart Funeral Home with Minister William Plotts officiating. Interment will follow in Wealthy Cemetery under direction of Cozart Funeral Home. Visitation begins at 8 a.m. and will last until the time of services.

Survivors include her husband, Robert Ray (Bob) Biddle of Normangee; children Connie Michelle Moss, Normangee, Billy Michael Moss, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Whitney Alexis (Alex) Biddle, Alpine, Texas. A sister, Barbara Ann Stark Binger, Normangee, brother, Charles Allen Stark, Hawaii; two grandchildren, Riley Michelle Moss and Brandon Michael Martinez, both of Normangee. and a host of close friends and acquaintances.

She was preceded in death by her son, Thomas Allen(Tommy)Moss. Her parents, and brother in-law, Raymond Eugene Binger.

She was a member of First Baptist Church, Normangee and until her health prevented her doing so was instrumental in conducting business of the family grocery business, Biddle Grocery. She was noted for her love of animals, having adopting any stray dog she found wandering the streets, taking them home where she faithfully administered love and care to them. She was a talented seamstress and loved gardening and growing vegetables that she shared with friends and neighbors.

In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to any animal shelter of their choice.

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  1. I’m sorry I didn’t get to Know Margaret better. I remember her as a young teen when she came to Indiana to visit our grandma. And she came to stay at our house in Louisville, Although I can’t be there tomorrow for her family I will be saying a prayer for her and her family.

  2. Margaret – you were and are well loved. I will miss our conversations about double dapples. Our sympathy to your family during this trying time.

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