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Margot Nible, 73, of Greenwood, Missouri, formerly of Cameron, was born Thursday, October 8, 1936 in Berlin, Germany, the daughter of Herman Diwock and Marie Leischner. She departed this life Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at the St. Joseph Medical Center in Kansas City.
On February 6, 1957, Margot was united in marriage to Wallace G. Miller in Berlin; he preceded her in death on July 31, 2005. On January 18, 1985 she married David Nible in Raytown, Missouri; he preceded her in death in April 1999.
She was also preceded in death by her parents and two sisters Heidi and Ingrid.
Margot was a homemaker. She was a very active member of the Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church; and a very active with the Pleasant Hill Lay Clergy Council Thrift Store.
Throughout Margot's wonderful life she enjoyed painting, crocheting rugs from old clothing, volunteering at the Pleasant Hill Thrift Store and Soup Kitchen in Kansas City as well as assisting with serving dinners at the church. Even while she was fighting her illness, she still made it a point to stop by the senior citizen homes with treats and hand made lap blankets she crocheted to comfort the residents. She loved to make cookies for any occasion and was known around town as the "Cookie Lady". But most of all she loved all of her children with all of her heart and wanted nothing but the best for them. She is survived by her sons Tommy G. Miller and Cindy of Roland Park, Kansas, and Steven S. Miller and Karen of Greenwood; her daughter Michelle H. Martin of Kansas City, Missouri; 2 grandsons Jeff Sellers of Overland Park, Kansas, and Joshua C. Twyman of Arlington, Virginia; her brother Luther Leischner of Barntrup, Germany; six nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends.
Cremation has been accorded. The family hosted a memorial service Saturday, October 24, 2009, at the Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church. Reverend Carl Knapp, minister of the church officiated.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the Lay Clergy Council Thrift Store or to the Pleasant Hill Methodist Church and may be sent in care of the funeral home.
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