Madge Reid Obituary, Death– Madge Reid, who had spent her entire life in Green City, Missouri, and had reached the age of 90 when she passed away on January 25th, 2023 in the Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in Milan, which is located in Sullivan County. Madge Reid had spent her entire life in Sullivan County.
On July 28th, 1932, Madge Beall was brought into the world by her parents, Albert and Anna May (Tharp) Beall. Madge Beall’s place of birth was Green City. She graduated from Green City High School in 1950 and obtained her diploma there. 1950 was the year when she graduated high school. She wed Don Reid on December 9 of same year (1951), officially making their union official. Almost all of Madge’s working life was spent at Farmers Bank, where she served as a teller for the most of the previous half century. She joined the Green City Lady Lions while they were just getting off the ground and became one of the original members.
Over the course of more than seventy years, Madge served the First Baptist Church of Green City in a very active capacity. Her participation in this organization covered her entire life span. She played the piano at that particular site, where she also worked as the church treasurer, and she was also active in the AWANA program there. In addition to this, Madge was an active member of the American Legion Auxiliary as well as the Board of Directors for the Mount Olivet Cemetery. Taking care of her grandchildren and the rest of her family was her top priority, but she did look forward to getting together with her friends once a week for a game of cards. However, her primary interest was caring for her own family.
Madge’s descendants include her granddaughters Charity Taylor and Anna Nordmeyer, as well as the spouses of both of those women, Phillip. In addition, she is survived by her six great-grandchildren, all of whom are connected to the Taylor family in some way: Cooper, Carter, Chloe, and Clare Taylor, as well as Leah and Laney Nordmeyer. Madge is survived by her son Barry Reid and his wife Elaine, her daughter Janna Henry and her husband John, two granddaughters, and the spouses of both of Madge’s granddaughters. Her daughter Janna Henry and her husband John also survive her.
In addition, Madge has two grandkids and the husbands of both of her granddaughters to leave behind after her passing. Before she left, her parents, both of her parents, her husband Don, one of her brothers named James Beall, and one of her grandchildren named Chris Taylor all left. Her parents as well as one of her brothers had passed away before to her passing. On the afternoon of Sunday, January 29, 2023, at 2:00 PM, funeral services for Madge will be place at the First Baptist Church in Green City. There has been no decision made regarding the timing or date of the services as of yet.
At one in the afternoon, the doors of the church will be opened so that people can take a look around, and the start time for the service will be three. After the funeral rituals, the burial will take place at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, which is located in the state of Missouri to the east of Green City. You can find there by following the directions in the previous sentence. Ruschmeier Funeral Home in Green City is coordinating arrangements.