Sunset Funeral Home
1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Margie E. Woodruff

August 6, 1938 - April 9, 2023


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    The Staff of Lakeside Manor says

    Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with your family during this difficult time. Margie will remain in our hearts forever.

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      Barbara Watson says

      Thank you so much. We appreciate your kind words.

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Margie Ellen Woodruff, 84, passed away on April 9, 2023. She was born on August 6, 1938 to Oscar and Juanita (Carrie) Bosse, in Evansville, Indiana.

Margie attended Reitz High School.  She worked as a bookkeeper at Diamond Valley Credit Union locally, and then relocated to Cadiz, Kentucky where she worked as a bank teller.  She enjoyed painting and making wood crafts/furniture. She loved spending her days in the sunshine with her flowers.  She was an excellent baker.  She was known for her German “Kuchen” coffee cake, oatmeal cookies, and tomato preserves. In her spare time, she enjoyed playing bingo and cards with her friends and family.

Margie is survived by her three children, Stafford “Tom” Schmidt, Bret Schmidt, and Barbara (Stephen) Watson; two siblings, Martha (Tom) Tepe and Marian Thompson; three grandchildren, Corey (Katie) Loehr, Hailey Loehr, and Stormy Pulling; and three great-grandchildren, Wyatt Loehr, Anastasia and Abigail Pulling; and many nieces, nephews, and extended family.

Margie was preceded in death by her loving husband, Jack Woodruff; sister, Marcella Hirschelman; brother, Marland Bosse; great-grandson, Jaxson Loehr; and a friend and father of her children, Lowell Schmidt.

Sunset Funeral Home will be holding a gathering at graveside for Margie on Thursday, April 27, 2023, at 10:30 a.m. followed by a private celebration of life for family. All whom are attending, please meet at the funeral home located at the top of the hill prior to proceeding to graveside.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions can be made to Granted, a non-profit organization that serves children in the tri-state with terminal and life-threatening conditions.  Granted – Bringing Wishes to Life (