Margaret E. Hains

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Margaret E. Hains

August 13, 1935 - December 03, 2018

Margaret E. Hains Margaret Ellen (Green) Hains passed peacefully Dec. 3, 2018.
She was born on Friday, Aug. 13, 1935, to Virgil and Lillian Green of Elwood. She had a wonderful and loving childhood with six brothers and a sister and graduated from Wendell Willkie High School in 1952.
She married Bill Hains on Aug. 4, 1956. Together they founded and grew Mofab Incorporated and lovingly raised four children. She loved hosting gatherings at her homes in Anderson, at the lake and in Florida for games and good times.
Margaret blessed everyone's life she touched. She was the best friend and favorite Aunt and finally favorite patient to so many people. She was always ready to listen and help in anyway she could.
Left to cherish her memory are her husband, Bill Hains; daughter, Lorraine Hains; sons, Robert (Sherry), Max, (Cathy) and Bruce (Lydia) Hains; eight grandchildren, Rob Ewing, Nykx Diggle, Hayley and Tanner Smith, Max, Mason and Mark Hains, Anthony Smith; and five and 7/8 great-grandchildren; brothers, Jack, Don and Bill Green; sister, Betty King; and many more special friends and family members.
She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Robert, Ray and Max Green; son-in-law, Brant Smith; daughter-in-law, Sharon Hains; and grandson, Thomas Smith.
The family would like to thank all the wonderful caregivers and friends that helped care for her over the years. Your thoughtfulness and love was appreciated very much.
Service will be 1 p.m. on Saturday at Rozelle-Johnson Funeral Service with burial following at East Maplewood Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday and one hour prior to the service on Saturday.
Memorial contributions may be given to NOMMA Education Foundation or the Alzheimer's Association.
"God Bless You"
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Steven Gregg
Dec 09, 2018
I have some of my most cherished memories at Uncle Bill and Aunt Margies'. It went from birthday parties to sleepovers. Thanksgiving dinners where Rob and Alan got the big plates and had first dibs on the turkey legs to playing on the swing set. There were family get togethers, graduations, wedding receptions, pool parties and just plain parties. Their doors were open and you always felt welcome whether it was a foreign exchange student from half a world away or if you were driving a Stanley Steamer to Hershey PA. Maybe you were coming from a neighboring State in your Dalorian or just in the neighborhood. I will always remember Aunt Margies' smile and her laughter,kindness and love that woul...d fill the room. She was the rock you could lean on and now she is the Angel that will watch over you and lift your spirits when you think of her. She will be missed but never forgotten!Read more
Judy Moffatt
Dec 05, 2018
Margaret lived her life "making Memories" she made every life she touched was made better for it.
She was a lady and if you were one of her chosen "family"and there are many of us, but she made each of us feel special...I will love her forever.