Sunset Funeral Home
1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Margie Ellen Sherman

December 12, 1937 - March 10, 2023


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    Jamie Williams says

    Oh Ms. Margie 🥺
    You are already so desperately missed. You and your wittiness, spunkiness and mysteriousness all rolled up in to one big firecracker!! They’ll never be another quite like you 🥺 xoxo Jamie

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      Jamie Williams says

      There wil never be**

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    Rachel says

    Mrs. Margie…you will be so greatly missed 😔🌹 I love you and will forever remember all of our conversations…🙏 RIH beautiful lady 🌹

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    Dale Seaver says

    Dear Sister Margie,
    You will truly be missed! I have a lot of childhood memories with you and will never forget all the times you were with me during my health issues. I love you and appreciate and can truly say you are the best. Thanks for always being there in my life. Your borther Dale

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    Mary Devillez/Hile says

    My sweet great aunt Margie,
    Oh how I miss you so much. I’ll always remember that memory that you would always bring up every time I’ve seen you. I remember when I locked you outside of the house because u were trying to smoke lol. I’ll always remember that day!
    I love you so much. 🥺❤️🪽

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On March 10, 2023, God took Margie Ellen Sherman, 85, to be with him in her eternal home.

Margie had a heart of gold. She was always helping family, friends and neighbors.

She enjoyed working with flowers, fishing, playing cards, tennis, and going to her grandchildren’s ball games when she could. She always had a smile or a giggle to share with her family.

She was the glue that held the family together. Margie was loved beyond measure.

Margie was a long time resident of the Riverwalk Community where she made several wonderful friends.

She worked for Beck Charter, and drove school bus c65 for the EVSC. She enjoyed bringing drinks and snacks for the children on holidays.

She was born on December 12, 1937, to Irvin and Lovina (Spencer) Seaver. She was one of eleven children.

Margie is survived by daughters Rhonda (Dennis) Espenlaub, and Lovina (Jim) Heavrin; grandchildren Jimmy (Holly) Heavrin, Brooke (Carl) Mayer, Ryan (Kasmin), and Matthew (Heather) Espenlaub; great-grandchildren Jace & Eli Heavrin, Faith, Millie & Isaac Mayer, Ellianna, Madeleine, Charlotte, Kennady, Raegan and Emersyn Espenlaub; brother Dale Seaver; several nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by her parents Irvin & Lovina (Spencer) Seaver; sisters June Eaton, Darlene Williams, Peggy Hollander, Linda Wesbecher, Brenda Winiger and Nancy Belcher; brothers Jack, Irvin and Ronnie Seaver.

Our family would like to thank Riverwalk Community for helping Margie feel at home, and also thanks to the hospice and the nursing staff at North Park Nursing Home for their outstanding support. We want to give special thanks to Dr. Mehrzad for his compassion and care toward Margie and her family.

Visitation will be from 11am until the time of service at 1pm on Friday, March 17, 2023, at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park.