Margaret Noble Jackson
, a beloved mother, sister, friend, and inspiration to all who knew her, passed away on June 30th, 2023. Born on August 3rd, 1963, in Moses Lake, Washington, Margaret embodied a vivaciousness that was simply contagious. She possessed a spunk and vibrancy that captivated those around her, earning her the reputation of a spirited soul with a mischievous twinkle in her eye.
Margaret’s zest for life manifested in various ways. She found joy in the simple pleasures, like riding her bike and learning how to play “happy birthday” on the ukulele. Her playful nature extended to climbing trees, where she tapped into her inner child and embraced the whimsical side of life, always ready to defy gravity and bring smiles to those around her.
Margaret’s adventurous spirit wasn’t limited to outdoor activities. On days when the weight of her trails seemed heavy upon her shoulders, she would start in the kitchen where she poured her emotions into crafting pies that were as therapeutic as they were delicious. But her pies were not meant solely for her own comfort; they became a means of spreading joy to others. With a heart full of compassion, she would faithfully share her creations with all, touching the hearts of friends, neighbors, and even strangers. Such was the magic of her pies that they became highly coveted treasures, sought after at events and community auctions where bids would soar into the hundreds of dollars.
In addition to her zest for life and love of making pies, Margaret was known far and wide for her playful antics as a prankster. With that mischievous twinkle and her quick wit, she would orchestrate harmless practical jokes and clever surprises that brought laughter and joy to all fortunate enough to be in on the fun.
Margaret will be deeply missed by her loving family, including her children Quincee, Heidi, Nicholas, Angeli, Dauvian, and John, her siblings Annette, Rosemary, Nancy, and Paul, her other cherished family members and her dear friends. Her passing leaves an unfillable void in their lives, but they take solace in the knowledge that her spirit lives on, and that they will be united eternally.