Mrs. Sybil Margrave
Services for Mrs. Sybil Margrave will be graveside on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Jimmy Harrison officiating. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens cemetery. James F. Webb Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Margrave, 96, of Meridian, passed away on January 14, 2018 at Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center. She was a sweet dear lady and to know her was to love her.
She is survived by her Daughter, Sandra Morris; Sister, Lois Goodwin; Brother, Johnny Hurtt; and many family and friends who loved her dearly.
She was preceded by a son, Johnny Margrave; Sisters, Bonnie Gilbert and Imogene Boswell; and a brother, Roy Hurtt.
Family and friends may sign the online memorial at www.jamesfwebb.com
My dear Mama Sybil, You were a wonderful Grand Mother and a very special lady. I have wonderful memories of visiting you on the farm. I will always remember running and playing in the corn fields as a child. I will always remember the visits around the holidays with the big meals you and Mama Hurt would makes us. I wish I could have spent more time there with you and family. You will truly be missed. Love you always, Patrick
Patrick MorrisBellingham, WA
My dear sweet Mama Sybil, You were a wonderful Grandmother and you will truly be missed. I have some wonderful memories as a child being with you on the farm. I wish we could have spend more time together. I will never forget you. Love you lots! Patrick
Patrick MorrisBellingham, WA
Dear Mother, you went to live with Jesus on Sunday, The Lord’s Day. I know that He prepared for you the biggest welcome home party ever. I also know that those whom you loved, especially your son, Johnny and your grandson Phillip, Mama Hurtt and Daddy Jack along with your sisters and brother were all there to greet you. Mother, God first chose to make you a part of my life. God chose to then take you out of my life. The time God allowed us went to quickly and most of the time I had to love you from afar. But I learned it’s easy to love someone from afar who influenced your life as you did mine. I wish there could have been more time, but God decides when it’s time to come home. Whenever I start to feel sad because I can no longer pick up the phone and talk to you, I will thank Him for making you a part of my life and I will think how sad I would have been not to have known you, Mother.. I will thank God for giving me so many happy and precious memories that will be with me for the rest of my life. Until we meet again. Your loving daughter forever
Sandra MorrisStar, ID
I will miss my beautiful grandmother more than words can express. I will cherish my memories and keep her close to my heart always. Thanks for being the best grandmother a man could hope for. I love you so much!
Michael MorrisStar, ID
We wish to express our sincere sympathy to the Margrave family at this time.
James Rainey, Lauderdale County Assessor, and StaffMeridian, MS
I so hated too hear this.Syble was a very sweet Lady thought a lot of her.RIP Syble!
Joyace AkinMeridian, MS
We will always remember and love our Aunt Sybil! She was dear to our family! Love you always and will miss your being with us on holidays!!
Pat, Donna, Kate, and LizMeridian, MS
We are so sorry for your loss.. prayers for comfort..
Barbara StokesMeridian, MS