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Margaret E. Tripp

November 23, 1983 - April 11, 2021

Posted by:
Karen Hoppes

Posted on:
May 2, 2021

There are no words that can ease the pain of losing Meg. I will always remember her spirit, her intelligence, her integrity, her kindness, her humor, and her sense of adventure. She is one who is unforgettable. The world has lost a singular delight. Everyone who knew Meg was enriched. I am so sorry.

Posted by:
Deon Collier

Posted on:
May 1, 2021

Meg, the day I met you I knew I had lucked out. You were kind and easy to talk to. Without knowing you long, I could tell you and Ben had something special. The way you talked to each other was pure love. In the months to come, I heard how much you loved your work and how you were going back to school for your next big adventure. Something else I saw was how much you loved Bob and Jafar. And they knew it. One of the last things I was able to witness while at your home was Meg climbing on her bed and snuggling that huge ball of fur and saying "Jafar, I love you" like nothing else mattered at the time. And like I wasn't there. And Bob could do no wrong.. Just play with all his toys and treat Jafar like he was a dog. I got to meet your parents Meg. No wonder you were the person you were. They were sweet as could be. Ben, I think you were the luckiest man on earth. She was all yours and you were hers. There was something I can't explain about Meg. I'm having so much trouble understanding why this would happen to such a young , vibrant woman, and how unfair this all is. I have probably known you and Meg the shortest amount of time, yet feel like I've known you forever. I don't think I will ever forget her and what she brought to my life. May she forever rest on beautiful flowers and clumps of Bob and Jafars hair. All my love to you Ben, and to those who were in her life. Deon