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Obit: Margaret D. Teague

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Margaret D. Teague


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Dec. 27, 1921 - August 2, 2004 A celebration of Margaret Louise Davis Teague's life will be held Thursday, August 5, 2004, at 1:00 p.m. at Memorial Chapel of Cook- Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home in Pflugerville, TX. Dr. Teague, 82, formerly of Killeen, TX, passed away Monday, August 2, 2004, after a long illness. Margaret was born December 27, 1921, in Snyder, TX, the middle daughter of Benjamin Franklin Davis and Bessie Green Davis. Margaret was preceded in death by her late husband, Elmo Allen Teague of Killeen, and is survived by five children: son, Harold Teague and wife Jody, of Brownwood; daughter, Susie Berry and husband Don, of Coupland, daughter, Connie Viator and husband Rodney, of Round Rock; son, Casey Teague and wife Marcia, of Taylor; daughter, Phyllis Bush and husband Terry Joe ``Joey', of Lockhart; six grandchildren, Brandy and Andrea Teague of Brownwood, Rachael Viator Martinez of Round Rock, US Army Sgt. Braedon Viator, of Ft. Bragg, NC, Sterling and Ashton Teague of Taylor; nine great-grandchildren; sisters, Barbara Perkins and husband, Robert, and Norma Parker and husband, Thomas, of Marble Falls; two nieces and one nephew; two great-nieces and one great-nephew. The former head of the Science Departments at both Killeen High School and Ellison High School in Killeen, TX, Margaret taught biology, chemistry, physics and general science from 1964 to 1981. Margaret earned a master's degree in biology in 1961 and her doctorate in radiation biology in 1971 from Texas Women's University in Denton, TX. During her tenure with the Killeen Independent School District, Margaret was active in the high school Science Clubs, the Texas State Teacher's Association, the University Interscholastic League, the Business and Professional Women's Association, and Delta Kappa Gamma. Dr. Teague's roster of former students includes many of our surrounding area doctors, lawyers, scientists, teachers and other professionals, as well as businessmen and women, clergy, civic and community leaders and extraordinary citizens who shall remember her fondly. She inspired her children, and her students, to become worthwhile contributors to society, good stewards of the environment, active participants in the democratic process and believers in the power of love and prayer, the importance of family, and the gratifying rewards of self-determination. She will be greatly missed by her loving children and grandchildren, sisters, relatives, friends and acquaintances. Please join us in celebrating Dr. Teague's life by sharing thoughts and fond memories on her memorial site at www.cookwalden.com.

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