Margie Marie Whitmire

August 7, 1934 - March 9, 2020

Margie Marie Whitmire, 85, of Fort Worth and formerly or Wildwood, died Monday, March 9, 2020. She was born on August 7, 1934, in Weiner, Arkansas, to Fannie Roy Turnbow and Ernest Turnbow.

Survivors include her husband, James O. Whitmire; children, Marcella Flores and her husband, Paul, of Wildwood; Marilyn Taylor Kaatz and her husband, Shannon, of Fort Worth; and Melody Sewell and her husband, Mark, of Clarksville, Georgia; stepchildren, Karen Shelton and her husband, John, of Fort Worth; and Dean Whitmire and his wife, Debbie, of Burleson; grandchildren, Misty Locke, William Wiggins, Amanda Dubois, Mathew Wiggins, Aryn Nolan, Andrew Flores, Victoria Flores, Addison Sewell, Victoria Shelton, Amelia Shelton, Kayla Whitmire, and Tyler Whitmire; great-grandchildren, Maddison Dubois, Henry Locke, Carter Dubois, Charlotte Locke, Timothy “Ty” Nolan, and Cayden Nolan; and brother, John David “J.D.” Turnbow. Margie is preceded in death by her parents; late husband, Austin E. Scroggins; brother, Richard “Buddy” Turnbow; and sisters, Dorothy Faulkner, Melva Burnett, and Dironda Faye Moore.

A gathering of Mrs. Whitmire’s family and friends will begin at 1:00 p.m., with her funeral service at 2:00 p.m., Friday, March 13, 2020, at Wildwood Baptist Church, 101 Wildwood Drive, Village Mills. Her interment will follow at Village Mills Cemetery, Village Mills.

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Village Mills Cemetery

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  • 03/13/2020
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Gathering of Family and Friends

Gathering of Family and Friends
  • 100 wildwood drive village mills tx 77663
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Jessie White

My sincere condolences go to this amazing family. I had the honor of meeting this family as Warren Schools were being integrated in the mid 60's. Marilyn and I started the 3rd grade together and became friends and remained friends through graduation and are still are friends today. Mrs. Margie and Mr. Scroggins raise three of the most amazing young ladies Tyler County had to offer. Mrs. Margie you will be truly missed by all of your love ones and friends. A thing of beauty is a joy forever, Rest in Peace Mrs. Whitmire Jessie White Warren High c/o 1976

Suzanne Crim

So sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. May The Lord comfort you with His love and the wonderful memories of her life.