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Margaret Beatrice Kendrick

Margaret Beatrice Kendrick, age 82, of Columbus, Ohio passed away on Sunday, May 30, 2021 at Riverside Methodist Hospital.  She was born in Columbus Ohio on January 16, 1939, the daughter of the late Fred and Eleanor Reeder.  In 1961, she married James Kendrick.  Margaret is survived by her daughter, Alaina Kendrick Green and son-in-law, Maurice Green; brother, John Reeder; brother-in-law, Harry Steward; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.  She was preceded in death by her brothers, Donald and Jerry Reeder; and sister, Dolores Steward.

Margaret graduated from South High School.  She then attended Columbus State where she graduated with a Degree in Business.  Margaret retired from the U.S. Postal Service.  She then re-entered the work force at P.N.C. Bank and retired from there as well.  Margaret also worked as a real estate agent.

She was a member of St. Augustine & Gabriel Parrish.  Margaret was a go-getter and a hard-working woman.  She was very supportive of charities and food pantries.  Margaret generously donated her time and resources helping others.  She was the “Best Mother Ever!” and will be deeply missed by all.

A memorial gathering will take place Friday, June 11, 2021 from 2:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. at the chapel of Ohio Cremation & Memorial Society, 5464 N. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43214.

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  • Zaneta Shivers says:

    Ms. Margaret we are going to watch over your baby girl as best we can. Nothing is going to be able to replace you in her life but know that she has friends that truly care for her. As you watch over her from above we will watch over her from below.

    R.I.P Mighty woman of God.

    Zaneta S

  • Eloise Miller-Bonner, Atlanta says:

    Margaret and I were friends for 50 years. We met at the post office.
    We talked on the phone every Saturday. She was a good friends. A caring and loving person. God sent the angels to escort her to His place. The world is sad that but she completed her job on this side.

    She will be missed.

    Eloise P Miller- Bonner
    Atlanta, Georgia

  • Katrina Reeder Brandon says:

    Alaina, My expressed condolences to you, Maurice, and the family in the loss of your “mommy” and our beloved Aunt Margaret. Because of the distance between she and I – I really cherished our talks over the years our special way of bonding and remaining connected.

    Aunt Margaret, rest easy gorgeous, thank you for your thoughtfulness and love you will be missed.

    God Bless, Katrina Reeder Brandon and family.

  • Trent & Cora Clark says:

    Alaina, Maurice, and Family,

    You Are All In Our Prayers.

    Margaret was a Co-Worker at the Postal Service and because of our respective unit’s locations I would see her almost daily. She always had a smile and a greeting. When she Retired I didn’t see her again but then I met Alaina and Maurice and through the magic of Line Dancing and I could keep in touch with her that way.

    I know she will be missed but the memories are everlasting.

  • Patricia Scott says:

    My condolence to your family. Enjoyed the times at work. Such a nice person. You will be missed.

  • Mary Cooper Horton says:

    My condolences to Margarets family. Margaret was a wonderful person. She was a friend to many.Loved by all of her co-workers. RIH Margaret,You will be missed.

  • Connie Schaefer says:

    To the family of Margaret,
    Your mother was a wonderful, kind, energetic, happy, lovely woman whom I had a great fondness for. I just thought of her this past Sunday at mass, and thought I should call her this week. I’m so very sorry to hear of Margaret’s passing. She will be greatly missed by the parish that she loved. We had many conversations on Saturdays after I set up for mass, and she arrived early and sat in the second row. I loved seeing her every Wednesday at daily mass, until she was no longer able to attend. I would always say “it’s good to see you,” to which she would reply, “it’s good to be seen!” I will always remember her warm laugh and kind words. I am blessed for having known her. You are in our prayers!


    So sorry for your loss Alaina and Maurice. May the God of all comfort be with you and family. 🙏🙏🙏

  • Teresa Beckley says:

    Alaina and family I can’t find the words to express my condolences to you in your time of need. Please know you are loved and your Mother was also. So glad life gave me the opportunity to sit and talk to her.

    So very sorry🙏🏾

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