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Miss Margean Namuth aged 58 died today. She had a heart as big as the cosmos and everyplace she went, the cry went out, "Here comes trouble!"
It was amazing to accompany her to the grocery store. Stockers and checkers and baggers would come alive and the fun would begin. People who went unnoticed by most people were noticed by Margean as she made her way in the world.
She loved to hear the chancel choir at Saint Paul Methodist Church and she sang slightly offkey. I heard the voice of God whisper softly to me once, "She is the one who is the most on key."
I knew it was an honor to be her sister-in-law. She moved in with me when she was 18 and helped me grade papers of my first graders so I could get a masters degree. Margean didn't need a masters degree, she was already a master.
She never forgot a birthday or failed to be helpful. She was an angel who walked on earth. The only trouble she really made was to leave us too soon.
- Paige Namuth

Margean V. Namuth 58, Lincoln, died Monday (9/29/08).
Services 11 a.m Saturday (10/4/08) at St. Paul United Methodist Church, 11th & M, Lincoln.

Margean's Guestbook:

   October 4, 2008
Ron and Paige, we are so sorry for your loss. We hope you can know that our prayers have been with you since we heard of Margean's death.
We send you our love,

Jack and Donna Wood
   Donna Wood (Lincoln, NE)

   October 2, 2008
Margean and I were classmates, Class of 69-Sidney High School. I was sadden to hear of her passing. My deepest condolences to her family. She was genuinely a very nice and real person, you could tell by her smile that she was always laughing a whole lot harder inside. Once you met her, you never forgot her. God Bless you Margean.
Charlie Solano
   Charles Solano (Lincoln, NE)

   October 2, 2008
Margene was a good friend to our family. She lived with my grandfather for as long as I can remember. (Victor Obershaw Sr.) She would always come for holidays at our house. I don't think there was a single time she wasn't happy. She always had a smile on her face and could make you laugh. She will be missed. Shannon Colfack
   Shannon Colfack (Genoa, NE)

   October 2, 2008
Margean was a very good friend to all of us, especially Dad. She would be at his house every thanksgiving and Christmas. Since Dad passed away in February, it almost seems like she couldn't go another holiday without being with him. She will be missed by our entire family. Please accept our condolences, she was too young to pass away. Life is short, we will all join her soon enough. Love, Butch and Traci Obershaw
   Victor Obershaw, Jr. (Rogers, NE)

   October 2, 2008
I did not know Margean, but over the last year I have gotten to know you and Paige, Ron, and the two of you have given me a new purpose in recovery and in life. My deepest sympathy to you in this time of need. I am your proud and faithful servant, so...if there is anything you need just let me know. I love you both!
   Fred Marks (Lincoln, NE)

   October 1, 2008
I knew Margean from Saint Paul. She always had a smile on her face and was always willing to lend a hand. I was so saddened to hear about her passing. She had a heart of gold and will be missed by all who knew her.
   Jenny Hammond (Seward, NE)

   October 1, 2008
My dearest friend. Oh how I will miss her. My deepest sympathy to her family that she loved so much. I will always cherish the time her & spent together. Always so full of spirt & life. May God be with you all.
   Phyllis Schmitz (Lincoln, NE)


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