Services for Margaret Weathers will be Thursday February 25, 2021, at First Baptist Church in Weatherford. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery in Enid, Oklahoma next to her daughter.
Margaret was born May 15, 1932, to C.F. and Gertrude Winn in Watonga, and she stepped into heaven February 20, 2021, at the age of 88. She was the middle child of nine and one of only three girls. She married Mac Kilburn and had three daughters. Pam Kilburn Olstad, Patricia Kilburn Murphy and Beverly Kilburn. They lived in Enid, at this time.
She worked many years as the bookkeeper at United Grocery Store in Weatherford. She then worked for the Oklahoma Tax Commission until she retired. She married K.L. Weathers in 1990.
They lived on the farm in Hinton in the house where JR grew up. She loved the farm and everything about farm life. She loved JR’s family.
In 2015, they moved to Weatherford when the farm got too much to care for. She was a life-long member of the Baptist Church. She loved going to church and reading her Bible. She loved people, and people loved her.
She always made everything fun. She always had music playing and loved the gospel shows on television. She was the one in the family who kept everyone together. She would call her brothers and sister every week to see how they were.
She made sure the family all got together as much as possible. She was the one who knew all the family history and family stories. And quilts. She loved her mother’s quilts and learned to quilt as beautifully as her mother. She loved to make quilts. She loved to work in the yard. Those were her stress relievers.
Survivors include: JR Weathers, of the home; Patricia Murphy and husband, Mike, of Oklahoma City; grandson Ceth Loomis; granddaughters, Maddie Murphy, Anna Murphy, Susan Olstad, and Stephanie Olstad Ranco; great granddaughters, Sadie Strong and Judy Strong; great grandson, Holden Strong; siblings, Lucille Lenaburg, of Abingdon, Virginia, Ray Winn, of Olive Branch, Mississippi, Bill Winn and his wife, Wynona, of Claremore, Floyd Winn and his wife, Jean, of Oklahoma City, Wayne Winn and his wife, Alice, of Stratford, and John Winn and his wife, Sheryl, of Weatherford; and numerous nieces and nephews who love her dearly, and whom she loved dearly; JR’s children, Marilyn Potts, of Hinton, Randy Weathers and his wife, Julie, of Elk City, and Angelia VonAllman, of Lookeba; and all of their children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents CF and Gertrude Winn, her daughter Beverly Kilburn at age 12, her daughter Pam Olstad, a brother, Clemon Winn, of Hinton, and one sister Naomi Winn Bright.