rch all of her life. She also belonged to the Senior Citizen Club in Crystal Lake for many years and was very involved in that. They had a "Kitchen Band" of which she was the drum player and thoroughly enjoyed playing in that band. She loved to dance. In December 1996 the couple moved off the farm and made their home in a condo in Forest City. Margie continued living there after Cecil died until August 2007 when she moved to Apple Valley Assisted Living in Clear Lake and then in September of 2009 moved to Good Shepherd in Mason City, where she resided until her death. Margie is survived by five daughters: Ruth Smith of Pequot Lakes, MN; Carol (Russell) Burress of Ventura; Judy (Jim) Prideg of Cedar Falls, Cathy (Paul) Yoch of LeRoy, MN and Susan Kirschbaum of Fox Lake, IL. Also surviving is a sister, Sharon (DeWayne) Schneckloth and a brother, Robert (Jan) Clark of Stewartville, MN, fifteen grandchildren, twenty-eight great-grandchildren, eight great-great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law Marjorie (Louis) Vavrik and Michaela Clark, brother-in-law Eugene (MaDonna) Kirschbaum and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Cecil; parents, infant twin daughters, Marlys and Marlene, four brothers, Kenneth, Milton, Gordon and Richard Clark; two sons-in-law, Gary Hulme and Dewey Smith.