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Meadows (Bennett), Margaret

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Margaret  Meadows (Bennett)

Margaret J. Meadows (Bennett) Born May 3, 1940 Died December 28, 2020 Margaret J Meadows of Woodstock, Georgia went peacefully to her heavenly home on December 28, 2020 after a long illness with Alzheimer's Disease. She is survived by her husband Dan Meadows; children Renee (Bob) Coleman, Anthony (Carmen) Meadows, Kathy (Tommy) Foster, Karen Meadows and Jason (Kim) Meadows; grandchildren Ashley, Jennifer, Heather, Kayla, Taylor, Amanda, Jacob and Noah; great-grandchildren Wren, Graham and Charlie; and her sisters Jo Bagwell, Ruth Brackett, Janice Brookshire and Sharon Nichols. She is predeceased by her parents Reuben and Clara Bennett, siblings Bill Bennett, Mary Simmons, Betty Richardson, Opal Woodall and Henry Bennett, grandsons Justin and Ryan, and great granddaughter Everly Grace. A private Celebration of Life service was held at her home on January 2, 2021. Margaret was a loving and faithful wife who enjoyed cooking for her family. For many years, she sang in her church choir and served in the church nursery. She was always happy to help wherever needed. Donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association or Gideons International in her honor.

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