Margaret Catherine Bloomer

November 18, 1941 - April 25, 2006

Ms. Margaret Catherine Bloomer, age 64, of Dallas, Texas passed away April 25, 2006, in Farmers Branch, Texas. She was born November 18, 1941, in Ciecro, Illinois to Raymond and Janet Matz Cerwin. On April 4, 1964, she married John Edward Bloomer in Dallas. Ms. Bloomer was a manufacturing supervisor. She was a member of the Knights of Columbus and of the Independent Order of the Foresters. She was of the Catholic faith. She is survived by her son, John Bloomer and wife, Denice of McKinney; daughter, Karen Ann Hawkins and husband, Miller of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; husband, Jack Bloomer of Dallas; grandchildren, Barrett Hawkins, Travis Hawkins, Marc Bloomer and Madison Bloomer; and numerous other loving relatives and friends. Her parents; and sisters, Patti Christensen and Mary Ellen McGrew preceded her in death. A memorial service will be held at 12:00 p.m., Saturday, April 29, 2006, in the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel with Deacon Ray Smith officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, North Central Texas, 4086 Sandshell Dr., Ft. Worth, TX 76137, (817) 306-7003 or South Carolina/North Carolina Regional Office, 9801-I Southern Pines Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28273, (800) 477-2955;

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Marge was a great Boss and Manager while we were all working together at MOSTEK in Carrollton Texas. I am saddened that she has passed away. I know she will be greatly missed. In the past 1980's I was always wondering how she was doing since the great layoff from MOSTEK. I pray that she rests in peace in the Arms of the Lord Eternally . God bless you Marge Sincerely Mary A Nichols formerly of MOSTEK.
Mary A Nichols, May 3, 2016 I worked with Marge at Dallas Semiconductor. Marge knew how to tell it like it was. I admired the way Marge stood up for herself when DS was bought out. There are many more of us that need that same courage. I am grateful that Marge was able to spend more time with her family these last few years. May you rest in peace Marge. Fred Copeland, May 10, 2006 I worked at Mostek when Marge did and worked for her at Dallas Semi. She was one of those "one of a kind" people that we meet in life and she will be missed. Rest in eternal peace Marge! Jimmie Ranes, May 4, 2006 Karen, My thoughts are with you. Having lost both my mother and my father within the past two years, I know how difficult this time is for you. Hold all your good memories in your heart and share them with your children. Carletta Carletta Howard, May 1, 2006 My husband, Tom and I first worked with Marge at Mostek and later at Dallas Semi. She will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of her family and friends. Rosa L. Truhe, April 30, 2006 I worked with Marge for many years at Mostek and Dallas Semi. She was a fine lady! Bill Waller Dallas, TX Bill Waller, April 30, 2006 I knew Marge at Mostek and also worked with her at Dallas Semi. She was a fine lady and will be missed. Rick Giles, April 29, 2006 We will always remember your Smile and Frendship. We will miss you at the annual Getz Christmas Party. Every time I make the cold Cold Spagetti Salad I will remember the fun times we shared and say a prayer for you.Our Deepest Sympathy to Jack, John and Karen.You are in Our thoughts and prayers. Bill and Doris Walker Margaret Catherine Bloomer, April 28, 2006 The word of God says that he is a God of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles. I want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Shade Hill, April 28, 2006 We worked with Marge for several years at Mostek Corp. and at Dallas Semiconductor. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. John and Judy Wantland, April 28, 2006 Karen, you have my sincere condolences and you and your family are in my prayers. Jack Moran, April 28, 2006 Marge gave me my first promotion. She was one of a kind. Laugh and talk to you at the break table then tell you that you were on break too long when she returned to the area. I will always respect her personally and professionally. My deepest sympathy to her family. We will all miss her. Linda Meroney, April 28, 2006 I worked with marge in the early Mostek days, and have many fond memories of that graveyard shift! You have my deepest sympathy on your loss. Jodell Smith Hinojosa, April 28, 2006 Our thoughts and prayers are with your family Chris and Tom Walker, April 28, 2006 Thinking about you in your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Carol Schuster, April 28, 2006 Thinking about you and your family in this time of sorrow. Hope Robbins, April 28, 2006 With deepest sorrow for your loss. Doug & Merlyn Meredith, April 28, 2006 I never knew your Mom but I am sure she was a lovely lady. I just want you to know that you and your family are in my prayers. The sorrow never goes away but it does lessen and just leaves wonderful memories of her life in your heart. Audrey Slomka, April 28, 2006 I shall always remeber Marge as a vibrant and loving friend; who I spent many great days water skiing and boating with on Lake Texoma. She made summers special for me and my family. Patricia Denise Hawkins, April 27, 2006 May God richly bless you during this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Carl & Gazelle Freeman, April 26, 2006