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“Thinking of you at this time. Margarete, meet up with Hermine and Jose! Remember good times!! ”
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Margarete Maria Jimemez,93, entered into rest on July 16,2020 in Sunnyvale, TX. She was born on May 15,1927 in Linz, Austria to Johann Mayor and Maria Schütz Mayer.
She was raised during WWII and meet her sweetheart, Baldemar Jimenez during America's Occupation; a union was formed and blessed for 56 years. Together the raised 5 children. Her hobbies included gardening for which she was a wonder with roses, she was a avid bowler and won many trophies over the years maintaining an average of 175-180. She loved to swim and spent many hours with the grandchildren and taught many of them to swim. Her other past time was playing cards, which for many years she won easily. She was the backbone of our family and we all share in memories she left us with. She could pull you leg with the best and kept us in stitches. She is dearly missed by us all; we find comfort knowing that she is in the Lord's house with her beloved and other family members.
Margarete is preceded in death by her husband Baldemar, her two son's Henry and Robert. Along with her granddaughter Michelle Jimenez and son-in-law Michael Truesdale. She is survived by her two daughter's Gloria Truesdale, Lita Nicodemus (husband, Terry), Son- Albert Jimenez and daughter -in -law Carol Jimenez (Henry's wife). Nine grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren

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