Margaret Hart

margaret hart

November 22, 1950 ~ May 25, 2020

Margaret Hart, age 69 of Flynn, Texas passed away Monday, May 25, 2020. A graveside service is set for Friday, May 29, 2020 at 2PM at the Oklahoma Community Cemetery in Magnolia, Texas with Bro. Dwain Pollard officiating.

Margaret was born November 22, 1950 in Conroe, Texas to parents Elmer and Adrene Oualline. She married Gerry Hart on December 16, 1968 and they enjoyed 48 years together until his passing in 2016.

Margaret was a Registered Nurse by trade and retired with 20 years of service from Memorial Herman Hospital in Houston, Texas. After her retirement she continued nursing in College Station, Texas and most recently in Madisonville, Texas. She was an active member of First Baptist Church in Flynn, Texas where she enjoyed her Sunday school class and to fellowship with her church family. She enjoyed working with the church collecting funds for the local food pantry.

Margaret is preceded in death by both parents, and her husband Gerry Hart.

She is survived by her son Troy Hart and wife Tiffany of Magnolia, Texas, two grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, a sister Mariesse Samuels of Houston, Texas and a host of family and friends.

Margaret was an avid lover of animals. In lieu of flowers family request donations in her honor to the ASPCA or any animal shelter.

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  1. So sorry to lose this beautiful person too young. I loved Margaret for
    all her sweetness. She was fantastic to my mother, her parents, her
    sister and many others. Cancer is a vile disease that takes too many
    of our loved ones away too soon.

    My love and prayers are with her son and all the rest of her immediate
    family. May you go forth knowing just how wonderful and loving she was.

    Deep Sympathies,
    Suzanne Staley

  2. I just now saw this about Margaret. I am so saddened as we met several years ago at the Hilltop garage sale…started chatting…and discovered her cousin Lois Oualline was one of my best friends at Tomball. We would occasionally see each other at garage sales…and even had supper together several times. With Covid-19…I lost track of her and then came down with double pneumonia myself. I will miss my garage sale buddy…I was so very excited to meet her…and getting to know her. Please accept my heartfelt condolences…I will miss her in more ways than one. Rest In Peace Margaret…

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