Margaret Abbott Bosch

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Margaret Abbott Bosch passed away on January 14, 2013.She was born in Oklahoma City on November 12, 1952.Her family moved to Denton in 1955, andDenton continued to be her home for almost all her life.She graduated Denton High School in 1971.She married Jose Antonio Bosch in 1982

Margaret built her life around her sons, Joseph and Michael. They were the major focus of her life. She also enjoyed collecting Cobalt Glass and appreciated making trips to various Art Museums.As a teen, she rode her skateboard all over Denton, and was a common sight on the sidewalks and parking lots in town. She had a quick wit and a marvelous sense of humor and was always ready to laugh about the things in Daily Life that come our way. Taking Road Trips with her sister Frances was another life-long Tradition. They raised their children together and then once their children were grown, they continued to travel together

 She worked at the Denton State School and the Senior Care Center.

 She is survived by her spouse of30 years, Jose Antonio Bosch;her two sons, Joseph Bosch of Kingman Arizona and Michael Bosch of Denton;her sisters, Judith Abbott of Dallas, Frances Rowlett of Denton and Kate Kelton of Frisco; many, many nieces and nephews including Sarah Rowlett, Samuel Rowlett and Hank Kelton.

 A Memorial is planned for Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 2 p.m. at a private home.If you are interested in attending, please contact the family for the address.

 The bustle in a house the morning after death

Is solemnest of activities enacted upon earth.

The sweeping up the heart and putting love away

we shall not want to use again until eternity.

 And if I go, while you’re still here. . .

know that I live on, vibrating to a different measure

behind a thin veil you cannot see through.

You will not see me, so you must have faith.

 I wait for the time when we can soar together again,

both aware of each other.

 Until then, live your life to its fullest and when you need me,

just whisper my name in your heart, . . .I will be there.

—-Emily Dickinson

 There is a Margaret-sized puzzle piece missing from the jigsaw puzzle that is our family.She will be missed

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