Margueretta
Luppens, Margueretta Hooper, a four year resident of Camarillo, CA, and a 70 year resident of the South Bay, passed away on Sunday, July 28, 2002, in Oxnard, CA. She was born June 17, 1923, in Flynt, MI, and was 79 years of age at the time of her passing. Margueretta is survived by her sons, H. Allen (Christine) Hooper, M.D. of Camarillo, CA, and Mark A. (Stephanie) Hooper of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Also left to mourn her passing are stepsons Morris A. Hooper, Jr. and Carl Luppens; stepdaughter Sharon Chapin; grandsons Martin Hooper, Eric Hooper, Nathan Hooper, Nicholas Hooper, Charles Hooper and Richard Chapin; granddaughters Nancy Chapin, Laura Luppens and Carolyn Luppens; great grandchildren Matthew Hooper, Daniel Hooper, Melissa Hooper, Carmen Hooper, Christian Hooper, Jennifer Chapin, Christopher Chapin, Andrew Chapin and Matthew Chapin. Services will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2002, at 11:00 a.m. at Calvary Church of the Coastlands, in the Garden Chapel, 4000 Pacific Coast Highway, Torrance, CA. Interment will immediately follow at Green Hills Memorial Park, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.

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  1. Margie was a very precious friend in Christ. Our lives were inriched and blessed having known her. We are looking forward to seeing her again. Our Love and Sympathy, Al & Marilyn Smith

  2. Marge was my stepmom for 27 years, after she married my dad in April, 1973. We were only 14 years difference in age, but that didn\’t matter. She was so good for my dad, and I loved her even more for taking such good care of him. Marge had excellent taste and was so creative and had much talent that I admired her for all that she had done in the previous years. She was always smiling and happy, active, and willing to do things. When my dad died in January, 2000, I had a chance to spend some extra time there with Marge, and really got even closer to her. We went bowling, shopping, visiting, and just about every thing we could squeeze into the time together. I am sorry to say that it was the last time I was able to see her, as I live so far away. But we did visit by phone when we could. I will miss her.

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