1931 -- 2020
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In loving memory of our mother and grandmother, Margaret LaRue.
Margaret was born in Arizona, Jan. 9, 1931, to Jesse and Conception Navarro. She met her beloved husband, Steve LaRue, while he was serving in the U.S. Navy, in the Korean War. They made their home in Wasco.
Margaret was preceded in death by her loving husband, Steve, sons Donnie and Raymond LaRue, and grandchildren Richard Paul LaRue and Kelly Marie Nunez. She leaves behind her children, Ronald LaRue, Rick and Kay LaRue, Anthony LaRue, Alex LaRue, Michael and Gabriela LaRue, Linda Maldonado, Cynthia LaRue, Connie LaRue, Norma LaRue, Renee LaRue, Clifford Davis, and many, many grandchildren that she loved dearly.
Our mother and grandmother was truly unforgettable. She was the most strong, and loving woman who took care of everyone. There wasn't anyone who was a stranger to her. You never left her home hungry or not feeling loved, and she was always there for anyone in any time of need.
She had a way of making you feel loved even if it was tough love. She was a mother to so many more than just her own children. You could always feel the fierceness of her strength, especially when it came to her family. That's what she taught us, family first, always.
She will never be forgotten, and is now resting in Jesus' arms. Give all of our angels hugs, until we all join together again. We love you, Mom/Grandma, and will miss you forever.