In Memory

Margaret Lois Fahrenbruck

Margaret Lois Fahrenbruck

Margaret "Margie" Lois Fahrenbruck 

March 7, 1947 to December 28, 2015

Margaret (Margie) Lois Fahrenbruck was born on March 7, 1947 and passed away on December 28, 2015 of an apparent heart attack. Margie is survived by her two sisters, Cherry (MHS Grad 1971) and Janet who also graduated from MHS. Margie was employed by US Playing Card until retirement. She lived in a converted barn in the Loveland area with her companion her cat "Aunt Mary". She loved gardening, birds, bugs and spiders. She also loved listening to classical music and had recently rented a violin and planned to take lessons.

If you would like to honor Margie’s memory you may make a donation in her name to:

RAPTOR Inc. 961 Barg Salt Run Road Milford, Ohio 45150


The Scratching Post 6948 Plainfield Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45236

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01/01/16 10:50 AM #1    

Elaine Elliott (Albers Short)

I am sorry to hear about Margie's passing.  She was so much fun to be with and always enjoyed our talks. Heaven has a new angel.


01/01/16 02:21 PM #2    

Ann Southcombe

So sorry to hear this. When I think of Margie, I think of her great sense of humor. Her laughter in the world will be missed.

01/02/16 09:25 AM #3    

Dottie Wheatley (Elsbrock)

So hard to believe.   Glad I was able to see her again at our 50th.

01/02/16 10:36 AM #4    

Barbara Jean Lindner (Yahn)

How very sad this makes me....Our "Natalie"!   I was so glad to see Margie's pictures at the 50th Reunion and she looked does this beautiful photo of her.  I had not seen her since our graduation 50 years ago.  I remember Margie's love of "Natalie", Margie twisting and twisting her hair, and Margie performing with her friends, I think, in the MHS Talent show singing.....  "Wherever we go,
Whatever we do, We're going to go through it together...."  FOND memories for sure!


01/04/16 06:33 PM #5    

Joan Schutz (Mohlman)

I can not begin to express how much I will miss Natalie. Linda Groves, Dorothy Perkins, Margie and I have met for several years every month for dinner. We just had our special Christmas dinner a few weeks ago. We do not just talk about the past and all the years we have had together but everything you can image. The past started our friendship but we all grew into more than that. Natalie was real, just as unique as she was in all these years. I can not image being with her any more. Love her. All four of us shared so much and never left without our group hug and expressing our love. Prayers for her family, Aunt Mary and my other two friends, Dorothy and Linda who are grieving too. Love to all my special grils. (no typo the grils get it).


Linda Jayne Groves Stovall

I am at a total loss for words. We (the four of us) were(are) like sisters. There was always so much laughter that we ended up crying. And now my tears of laughter have turned to tears of sorrow. Deep sorrow for a childhood best friend and friend who fell off my radar screen for many years, to a friend that I reconnected with about 6 years ago and picked up right where we left off. I will always cherish our friendship and I already miss her in the deepest sense of the word. Our world will never be the same without her in it.


Susan De Gruchy Robinson

I am sick and shocked to hear this-"Wherever We Go, Whatever We Do,We're Gonna Go Through It Together"..........I loved seeing her pics at the 50th-she hadn't changed a bit!!


Karen Gill Dahlman

I'm so sad to hear about Margie. But, I'm very glad to know that the 4 of you stayed so close over these last several years. It makes me happy to know that you continued your relationship. Yes, Margie was very real even though we seriously called her Natalie for such a long time. She made me laugh all during high school. Special love to all of you (and her family) who will miss her so much. Karen

Dorothy Frances Perkins Rehl

Sandy and Linda said it all. We will miss Natalie dearly and will love her forever. Words cannot express the joy that we all had together. The memories of the last six years will give us the strength to get through this most sorrowful time. Our thoughts are with her family. Love you, Natalie, "you big baby"


Karen Sue Wainscott Barnett

I am so sad to hear about Margie. I am so sad that I didn't get to talk to her more at our reunion. She still had her same smile that I remembered. We had so many good times together and I am thankful to be able to have called her a friend. My thoughts and prayers to you Sandy, Dorothy, and Linda. I know she will be missed.

Sue Ann Hamilton Eidemiller

Just saw the notice re Margies passing. So very sorry to all her family and those who were so close to here. As Karen shared wish I would have talked with her more at our renunion. I so enjoyed her sense of humor. She always used to pull on my hair in English class.! My sincerest thoughts and prayers for her.

Kenneth Wayne MacDonald

She will indeed be missed. Being with Margie on a number of occasions in the past 3 years was so much like old times. It was relaxed and just natural. Margie could be so very, very funny! Few people could match her sharp wit. Three years ago I had the good fortune to have dinner with Margie, Dorothy, Linda and Ruth at a very nice restaurant in Kenwood. Honestly, we laughed the entire three hours and I'm surprised we weren't evicted. I think we can blame a good deal of our behavior on Margie.

The two of us shared a love of classical music and the sharing of this obsession was pure joy and I believe we both learned from the other.

I miss her terribly!


Carol Ann Stone Clark

So sorry to hear of Margie's passing. Even though I was new to Madeira my senior year, classes with Margie were entertaining, she had such wit & humor. Much sympathy to all Margie's family & friends.

So very sorry to hear of the tragic loss this awesome couple's children must be experiencing, as well as all those they have come to know along the way.  Prayers for healing and peace in knowing they will one day be reunited in God's Kingdom.  
Saying goodbye to Margie Farenbruck here is difficult. I feel her impish humor. I can hear the echoes of her wry commentaries on everything she found silly.So many goofy moments with Margie and April Gayle!, yet always with a pragmatic and down-to-earth punch line from Margie..

A lot of memories tied up with Margie (Natalie) Fahrenbruck, but something I never really got up the nerve to tell her was just how jealous I was of her through elementary and middle school: She always had such a short walk to school!

01/04/16 06:49 PM #6    

Joan Schutz (Mohlman)

Although I did not know Margie well.  I remember her warm smile and after reading the comments from some of her closest friends I know she will be missed by them as well as all our classmates..  My condolances to her family and close friends.  So sorry for your loss.

01/13/16 11:24 AM #7    

Diane Lynn Smith (Schlanser)

Probably it is the greatest testiment to Margie that everyone remembers her for her humor.  Which naturally leads to missing her greatly.  What a special gal to so many.

01/14/16 12:37 AM #8    

Barbara Ann Mohns (Paul)

I, too, did not know Margie well, and I am so glad I was able to see her at the reunion.  I am with the rest of you in remembering her humor.  Sometimes the things she said were so goofy, and then later on you would think about what she said, and it was really profound wisdom.


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