Margie I. Lindsey
ARLINGTON -- Margie I. Lindsey passed away on Wednesday, August 7, 2013 in Arlington. Graveside Service: 11:00 a.m. Friday at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park, 5725 Colleyville Blvd, Colleyville, TX 76034. Visitation: The family will receive friends on Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington. Margie was born on August 17, 1926 in Grapevine to Arthur Berry and Athalea Ballard Berry. She graduated from Carter Riverside High School. An Arlington resident for the past 55 years, she was a charter member of Aldergate United Methodist Church. Margie retired as an administrative assistant for L.T.V. She did volunteer church work and was a host family. Margie was preceded in death by her husband, Billy Earl Lindsey in 1997 and son, David Lindsey in 2000. Survivors: Brother, Robert M. Berry of Dallas; sister, Frankie Berry of Arlington; sister-in-law, Mary Russell; and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family.

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  1. Margie and Billy and their son, David, were treasured friends and extended relatives of our family. We were blessed to have known Margie. She was a true Proverbs 31 woman.

    Nettie, Betty, & Suzanna – The Hay girls

  2. Margie was a dearly loved cousin by marriage. When I was a child, we spent many weekends visiting Bill & Margie & David, and later, they invited me to spend weekends with them when I was a student at TWU in Denton. Margie’s strong faith in Christ and her sweet spirit inspired everybody. She never complained, despite her problems. I can only imagine the Lord greeting her yesterday with “Well done, good and faithful servant!”

  3. There was never a time when Margie wasn’t part of my life. I have such good memories of all the fun times we shared with her, Bill and David. She had such a way of making everyone feel loved and welcome in her home. When Lester and I moved to Arlington 46 years ago, she and Bill drove us all over the area looking for a place to live. That was just the way they were. We are all going to miss Margie. She was an inspiration to each of us. She told me many times that she did not know how people lived without faith. She loved the Lord and shared that love with everyone she knew. I am thankful to God that we were so blessed to have had her in our family. She fought the good fight and she has finished the course. Thanks be to God.

  4. Margie you will be missed. I will never forget your visits with David and Bill to S.A. and more recently to our home for the holidays. You were such a special friend to my grandmother and you both set the bar high for your faith in the lord. We were very sad to hear of your passing but am glad you are with your family, my grandparents and the Lord.

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