Margaret Mixon Obituary, Death – On Friday, December 23, 2022, Margaret Slaughter Mixon, who resided in Westville, Florida, passed away while residing in her own house. 1973 was the year in question. At the Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church on Monday, December 26, 2022, at 11:00 am, there will be a memorial ceremony held in honor of the deceased. The funeral service will be officiated by the Reverend Dale Paul, and the Warren Holloway Ward Funeral Home in Geneva will be in charge of making the necessary arrangements. The viewing will start at 10:00 in the morning and take place in the church where the family will be accepting guests.
It will continue until the Celebration of Life begins at 11:00 in the morning. The family has asked that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be directed to the Shoe Box Ministry of the Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, which can be found at 1985 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Westville, Florida 32464. You can find the church’s address here. Margaret Slaughter was born in Holmes County, Florida, on February 3, 1949. Her parents, Alcus Earl and Myrtle Earnestine Harrison Slaughter, both passed away before she was born. Her parents have passed away and no longer exist. Because Margaret loved so many different people, she was able to win over the affection of a large number of other individuals. She cherished her roles as a wife to her husband and a mother to her children, as well as the time she got to spend with her extended family and the people she considered her closest friends.
Reading, coloring with gel pens and making Christmas shoe boxes were some of her favorite things to do in her spare time. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister Marie Harrell, her brother Ralph Slaughter, and her husband James J. Mixon. Her parents also passed away. Her husband and both of her parents passed away before she did.
She is succeeded in life by her three daughters, whose names are as follows: Brenda Mixon Miller of Westville; grandchildren Joshua Mixon Kersey of Westville and Faith Lynn Kersey of Bonifay; James Steven Miller of DeFuniak Springs; Seth Eugene Miller and Brandon Jedidiah Miller of Westville; great-grandchildren James Edward Thompson and Allie Pearl Kersey, both of Bonifay; great-great-grandchildren Joshua Mixon Kersey of Westville and Brandon Jedidiah Miller of Westville; great-great