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Margaret Kable Tibbs

September 6, 1948 - July 15, 2019

Burial Date July 20, 2019

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Posted by:
Stephen Watts

Posted on:
July 24, 2019

Dear Tibbs family...I'm so sorry for your loss. Mrs. Tibbs was a wonderful woman that touched so many people's lives. Your family is my thoughts and prayers. Stephen Watts WCHS Class of '96

Posted by:
Camy Shipp

Posted on:
July 21, 2019

Allen, we are so sorry to hear of Meg’s passing. She taught Kelly and Keeshia at Brookneal elementary and private swimming lessons. We will be praying for you and your family. Camy and family

Posted by:
Connie kendrick

Posted on:
July 21, 2019

So sorry for your loss Alan. I just saw this today or I would have come to the service. Hope you are hanging in there. I know you took such excellent care of her????

Posted by:
Peggy Rosen Bair

Posted on:
July 20, 2019

Sending prayers of comfort and grace to Meg's family and friends. Many wonderful memories from our high school days and afterwards when we would get together on her visits back to Westminster. Meg has been in my heart and thoughts so very much. She is at peace now. Love to everyone who knew her smiling spirit.

Posted by:
Winifred E Dunn

Posted on:
July 20, 2019

My sincerest sympathy sent to the entire family.

Posted by:
Ted Turner

Posted on:
July 19, 2019

Alan, I had the privilege of meeting your Meg only once or twice. She was very kind. May God bless you and keep you and your entire family.

Posted by:
Carroll & Amelia Smith

Posted on:
July 19, 2019

Dear Alan and Family Our sincere sympathies on Meg's passing. She was a very sweet lady. We pray that you will all be comforted by the loving memories you have of her. Previous family obligations prevent Us from being at her memorial service, but you all will be in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Carroll & Amelia

Posted by:
Paul and Jackie Anctil

Posted on:
July 19, 2019

So sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Posted by:
Dianne Pillow

Posted on:
July 18, 2019

Alan you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May God bless you all during this difficult time. ???????

Posted by:
Ralph Baumgardner

Posted on:
July 18, 2019

To know someone for most of your life is one of the great privileges of living. To know an entire family of individuals that are "alike", but "different" is a great education of how humanity gives us perfect returns of what we ask for. Meg was different than her sisters, yet you could tell that they were just that...sisters. You could see a blend of her Mom and Dad, replicated as uniquely in her as a better variation of them. She had the perfect distance from her brothers in age and perspective, yet was as wry and insightful (and diplomatically blunt) as they ever exhibited to anyone else. How do you "miss" someone that you've not routinely interacted with for nearly 50 years? You rotate your friendships, acquaintances, loves, and relatives near and distant like your need for air...constantly. Oxygen never is tiring, it's essential. A photo of Meg, during a impromptu sledding trip, back-lit by the winter's setting sun, still discernible after decades because of HER GRIN shining and loving the moment with her neighborhood friends that had THE HILL do them in (but NOT her). Cool survivor, cheerleader for both the serious and insane, advising by Ducking, Running, and Returning each Blow, fairly, squarely. Nothing much changes in the interim of a lifetime. To her descendants, she has already imparted a great inheritance of vitality, to her good, good husband, a short reprieve from an over-zealous life that was well-lived, yet lives on, as he doses constantly with that spoken-of "oxygen". Thanks is owed to her brothers and sisters as they helped her to develop that "spirit" we will still love forever. When the race comes, BET on "ENCOURAGEMENT" to WIN !

Posted by:
Darlene Wright White & Family

Posted on:
July 18, 2019

Matt I'm so very sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. Meg was a truely wonderful lady and all my children loved and adored her in school. Sending thoughts and prayers to your family. Love ya!

Posted by:
Mike Garrison

Posted on:
July 17, 2019

My condolences to the family if your bereavement.

Posted by:
Carolyn Smith

Posted on:
July 17, 2019

My sincerest sympathy to the entire family. May you find comfort in your memories of Meg. She was a beautiful person. God bless.. Prayers for you Carolyn

Posted by:
Donna Hobbs

Posted on:
July 17, 2019

Meg, I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. You and your whole family are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

Posted by:
Susan Himler Shafer

Posted on:
July 17, 2019

Had been thinking so often of Meg, lately. Now I understand. I am so sorry for your loss. Know she has fought long and hard. Blessing to all of you.

Posted by:
Deborah Nash Burman

Posted on:
July 17, 2019

Alan and family, Mom told me about Meg's passing and I wanted you to know how sorry I was to hear about it. Meg was such a sweet person and always friendly to our family. I still remember her teaching my kid's swim lessons. May our Lord bring you and your family the much-needed peace during this sad time. My condolences to you and your family. Debbie

Posted by:
Patricia Moorefield

Posted on:
July 16, 2019

My sincere sympathy and prayers on the loss of your dear loved one. May the Lord give you comfort and peace as you go through these sorrowful times and in all the days ahead. Sincerely, Pat