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Margaret Jewell-McRae

Margaret A Jewell-McRae

Wednesday, April 11th, 1928 - Saturday, May 23rd, 2020
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Margaret Jewell-McRae, 92, of Moline, IL, died Saturday, May 23, 2020, at Hope Creek Continuing Care Center in East Moline, IL.  A family graveside service will be held at Greenview Memorial Gardens in East Moline. Memorials may be made to the Special Olympics or American Diabetes Association. Margaret was born in Kewanee, IL, on April 11, 1928, daughter of James and Anne (Jackson) Nelson.  She married Robert Jewell in 1946.  He died in 1951.  Then she later married George McRae. She worked as an accountant at VanTieghem & VanTieghem, and later worked at International Harvester Company East Moline Works, retiring in 1989.  She was a member of the Red Hat Ladies, enjoyed bowling in leagues, doing puzzles, cheering for the Cubs, and dancing of all kinds.  She especially loved spending time with her grandkids. Margaret is survived by her children, Sandra (Tom) Spielman of Hayden, ID, Glen (Kay) Jewell of Thorntown, IN, and Richard Jewell of Moline; grandchildren, Graeme Jewell, Kelly Jewell-Schneider, Erich Spielman, Laura Spielman-Aggen, Richard Jewell, and Andrew Jewell; and thirteen great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, 3 brothers, 3 sisters, and two grandchildren, Graeme David Jewell and Aaron Jewell. The family wishes to thank the staff at Hope Creek for the loving care given to Margaret.
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Gail (Harmening) Pennington

Posted at 12:00am
My condolences to the Jewell family on the loss of your mother. May treasured memories sustain you during this difficult time.
JR

Jeanine Reber-Clapp

Posted at 12:00am
Rick, so sorry to hear about your Mom. She had such a beautiful smile. Cherish the memories.....
BT

Barb Terronez

Posted at 12:00am
Dear Sandy, saw your Mother's picture and knew right away who she was. She was so friendly and kind to me. I'm sorry for your loss. Hope your family is doing well.
We worked together @ Brasel & Tomlin in the mid 70's a very long time ago.
Take care!
VK

Vickie koker

Posted at 12:00am
So sorry to hear about your mom Rick. She was always so friendly when she came to my building to visit her friend. Stay safe and take care.
WC

Warren & Zora Cook

Posted at 12:00am
To the Family of Marge -- We were sorry to hear of her passing. We first became acquainted with Marge at First Christian Church in Moline. We used to kid around about being "twins" because I (Warren) had the same 4-11-28 birthday. God Bless--Warren & Zora Cook
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