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Margie C. Ridener

February 17, 1942 — September 6, 2020

Obituary for Margie C. Ridener After a courageous battle with cancer, Margie C. Ridener, 78, of Martinsville, gained her angel wings with her loving family by her side at 2:10 pm on Sunday, September 6, 2020. She was the last surviving of seven children born to the late Ervin and Mary B. (Hawk) Inabnitt. Margie was born on Tuesday, February 17, 1942 in Johnson County, Indiana. Margie spent her childhood in Johnson County and attended Center Grove High School. On April 5, 1958, she married Vernon Ridener; sharing nearly 55 years of marriage prior to Vernon’s passing on December 7, 2012. In 1965, Vernon and Margie moved to Morgan County, where they lived for the remainder of their lives. Margie was a dedicated and loving wife, mother and grandmother who cherished time spent with her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She also loved to knit and crochet, work in her flower garden, attend craft fairs and take daytrips to Nashville and Rockville, Indiana. In 1998, Margie gained employment as a sales associate in the shoe department at the Martinsville Wal-Mart, retiring in 2005. She will be deeply missed and always remembered by her devoted and loving family including her daughter and son-in-law, Tammy and Robert Miller of Martinsville; her two beloved grandsons, Michael (wife, Tiffany) Miller and Steve Miller both of Martinsville; four great granddaughters, Makayla, Madalyn, Addison and Lillian Miller and one half-sister, Dianne Shadoan of Somerset, KY. Margie was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Vernon; three brothers, Carlis, Marvin and Morris Inabnitt and three sisters, Wilma Keller, Norma Jean Coffman, and Erma Heiny. Family and friends are invited to visit on Thursday, September 10th from 4-7:00 pm at Neal & Summers Funeral and Cremation Center. There will be a private service on Friday celebrating Margie’s life, and she will be laid to rest following the ceremony in New South Park Cemetery in Martinsville. COVID-19 Statement: All visitors will be required to provide and wear facial coverings while inside the funeral home, as well as be mindful of social distancing. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family online at www.nealandsummers.com This Obituary courtesy of Pulaski Funeral Home
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