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Sponsored obituary: Margie Allstot

Margie Allstot, a 45 year resident of Nevada County, passed away on Feb. 1, 2006 at the age of 70. She was born on Sept. 2, 1935 in Huntington Park, California to Marge and Wes Moore. Margie married her high school sweetheart, Les Allstot, on Nov. 21, 1953. They loved hunting, fishing and RVing together.

She was a member of the GV Jayciettes, NUHS Booster’s Club, Sierra Angler’s Society, Good Sams. She was also a Girl Scout leader for many years. Margie was involved politics and was in the John Birch Society. She was always interested in her community and served on the Nevada County Planning Commission and wrote many “Letters To the Editor” of the Union newspaper. In her earlier years, she was a bookkeeper for varies companies including; Leonhart Plumbing, Loma Linda Gas, and Nevada City Auto Parts. She also sold Nature Sunshine herbs. In 1995 Margie retired from the Nevada City Post Office where she was a rural letter carrier for 21 years. She was a beautiful seamstress. Margie enjoyed reading, watching sports and listening to talk radio. Her passion was working in her yard but her greatest joys came from being with her family. She loved the Lord Jesus and nature. Margie will be truly missed.

Margie is survived by her father Wes Moore; daughter Martie Lloyd and her husband Royal, daughter Jayne Sawyer; son David Allstot and his wife Kathy; nine grandchildren Leigh Ann Lloyd Wolfsen and her husband Jason; Kaye Dee Lloyd Rickerd and her husband Smokey; Jeff Lloyd and his wife Maggie; Brian Lloyd, Ben, Nick and Shaunda Sawyer; Ryan Allstot and his wife Sara; Sean Allstot; and four great grandchildren Lauren, Courtney and Zoe Wolfsen and Dakota Rickerd. She is also survived by her brother Wes Moore and his wife Sue of Hanford and her mother-in-law Bernice Barker of Long Beach.



She was preceded in death by her husband, Les Allstot (1935 -1994), her mother Marge Moore (1914-2002), and her father-in-law Ernie Barker (1903 -2005).

The family wishes to express their deep gratitude to the staff of Spring Hill Manor for their wonderful loving care of Margie and to her friends for their visits, calls, letters and prayers.




A “Celebration of Margie’s Life” will be held on Feb. 18, 2006 at the Abundant Life Community Church, 10795 Alta St., Grass Valley at 3:00 pm with Pastor Sam Floyd. Memorial donations can be made to the Cancer Aid Thrift Shop, 317 S. Auburn St., Grass Valley or St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.


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