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Saying goodbye to Margaret Mcgee

  Lost another close friend, more like an aunt. Margaret McGee was one of my PT's growing up and helped me in ways I can't even begin to explain. From the time I was six months old until well into high school I saw Renee and her multiple times a week. They watched not only me but both my brothers grow up. She played with my brothers while Renee stretched me, they really were the dynamic duo. Chris and Petey's eyes lit up every time they saw those therapy balls!! Margaret will be remembered for her great engineering skills, she could adapt ANY PIECE OF EQUIPMENT. Her southern humor was unmatched. Her love for M&M's, especially peanut. I am absolutely devastated, the very thin silver lining in this dark could is she's now free of pain and reunited her parents along with all of the Golden Retrievers she adopted over the years. I will never forget how she changed my life.. Until we meet again..........