Margaret Ann was born March 19, 1938 in Ennis, Texas to Stanley Lewis and Jewel Faye (Absher) Pavlacka. She is the mother of three children, Jim Tipping, Daniel Tipping, and Victoria Fugitt. She has seven Grandchildren: Billy Roch, Kelly Wiley, Abby Fugitt, Chase Tipping, Spencer Tipping, Price Tipping, and Drew Tipping. She has eleven Great Grandchildren: Bianca, Dominique, Patrick, Zachary, Victoria, Josh, Sandra, Sebastian, Adam, Summer, and Ava. And 3 Great, Great Grandchildren: Michael, Alexander, and Matthew. Margaret was proud of her Czech heritage. She loved telling stories of her childhood and spoke often of her siblings Helen, Dorothy, Eugene, and David. She loved to listen and sing along to the old Czech music. For many years she sang with a Czech group and looked forward to going to Ennis and performing in the Czech Festival each year. She loved to dance and would often boast about her days as a dance contest judge. She was a strong, independent woman who took pride in taking care of herself. One of her greatest joys in life was spending time with her grandchildren, and then her great grandchildren. She also enjoyed her bird, Lewis. She always wanted to be surrounded with her memories and kept keepsakes, toy’s, and mementos close by. She could tell you the story of who it belonged to, where it came from, when it was gotten and why, for each and every item. She is preceded in death by her daughter Vicki whom she loved very much. Margaret passed away on October 26, 2020 and will truly be missed!!
Linda Edwards November 09, 2020
Niece Duncanville , Texas
Jimmy, Danny and Vicki's families. So sorry for your loss. We would visit with Margaret and call her whenever we visited with mom at Bluebonnet. It has been awhile of course since we could visit in person. Margaret was one of a kind and will be greatly missed. RIP dear Aunt Margaret. You will be forever in our hearts.
Eugene Ray Pavlacka November 10, 2020
Brother Carmichael , California
May you rest in peace and may you be remembered fondly by your children and grandchildren and all others who knew you.
Karen Bartkowiak November 12, 2020
Niece HOUSTON , Texas
Aunt Margaret may you rest in peace. Prayers to all of your family. Aunt Margaret was a one of a kind person..a wild child is what she always told me. What that meant is she was a free spirit just like her Mother Grandma Absher. They both lived life on their terms. Will miss you Aunt Margaret!