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Margo Renae Franta-Abdalla
Margo Renae Franta-Abdalla passed away Saturday evening, April 10, 2021, in Humansville, MO at the Northwood Hills Care Center. She was born in Kansas City, MO, on October 18, 1958. She was the second of three daughters to Arnold and Peggy Franta. She graduated from Hickman Mills High School in 1977 and continued her education at
Longview and Penn Valley Community Colleges in Kansas City, MO. She worked as a nursing assistant at St. Luke’s hospital in Kansas City before her children were born. She was very proud of their accomplishments and her greatest joy was when she was able to spend time with them. Margo is survived by three daughters, Laura Franta-Abdalla (Steve Seh), Sarah Abdalla, and Rebeka Jones (Atlanta, GA), and one son Michael Jones (Miami, FL); two sisters, Karla(Craig) Wilson, Bolivar, MO, and Celeste (Ken) Barry, Norris, TN; four nieces and two nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents Arnold “Arnie” and Margaret “Peggy” Franta. She will be greatly missed by her family and friend s. We will always remember her beautiful smile, her warm sense of humor, and her indomitable spirit. May she live on in all that knew and loved her.
(God be with you ~ Czech)
Donations may be made in her memory to the nationalmssociety.org
Margo was an adventurous person, charismatic and generous, deeply caring about the people she knew. She had fond memories of growing up in the “house on the corner”, with the sinuous
backyard hedge tree and its sheltering canopy, playtime adventures with her sisters, and joining them each fall to pick up the dropped rotted apples in their backyard and wheelbarrowing them over to the family’s large garden plot, where her favorite vegetable radishes were planted each spring.
Thank you David for sharing your memory.
(Margos younger sister)
Celeste Barry May 6 2021 12:00 AM
Thank you Terry,
I remember you, from when we used to visit my Aunt Violet in the summers, and enjoy the camping fun.
(Margos younger sister)
Celeste Barry Apr 24 2021 12:00 AM
I, too, remember Margo from her visits to Marion back in the 70s, and I am glad for the times we spent together - so vibrant, so fun, such a beautiful spirit. I am saddened to learn of her passing, and yet happy to know that her spirit is now unfettered by the physical to roam wherever she will, for a spirit such as hers is never truly gone, only changed. My deepest sympathies for her family and friends, with hope that the joys of her presence in your lives far outweigh the sorrow of her passing. Peace and Godspeed, my old friend - thankful our paths crossed, if even for only a short while.
David Colburn Apr 24 2021 12:00 AM
I want to express my deepest sympathy on your lost. I meet Margo way back in the 60-70s when they use to come to Marion. I have thought about her ever once in awhile wondering how she was doing. When her and Karla were around we always had a good time. Rest In Peace my friend.
Terry Conyers. Gilmer, Tx Apr 21 2021 12:00 AM