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Margaret Ellen Allshouse

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Margaret Ellen Allshouse (Maggie) currently of Universal City, Texas, was born on April 8, 1966 in Chicago, Illinois to Jacqueline Hoffman and Lother Heckel and grew up just across the border in Wisconsin. She was the youngest of six children (Michael, Mark, Mary, Martin, Matthew, and Margaret). She met her husband Michael James Allshouse (Mike), of Youngstown, Ohio, on September 12, 1986 in Minot, North Dakota on his first day of assignment to Minot Air Force Base. Maggie was living with her Mother and Step-Father, Allan Hoffman, at the time. They dated for a year when Mike was then assigned to Osan Air Base in the Republic of Korea. They stayed in touch throughout that tour and then Mike returned to the states in December of 1989. Finally in 1991, Mike and Maggie re-united in Enon, Ohio while Mike was stationed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. On 14 August, 1993 they wed and now have four children: Patrick Michael (Punkin), Veronica Lizabeth (Lisbeth) (Baby Doll), Michael Gunther (Sweet Pea), and Sara Dorothy (Boo). Being a US Air Force family, they have lived all over the world to include Ohio, Mississippi, Alabama, Guam, Turkey, Virginia, Nebraska, and Texas and have traveled to even more locations on multiple continents. Maggie has been very active in the communities she has lived in and has been recognized for her work to include being the 14th Flying Training Wing's Spouse of the Year, the 39th Wing's nominee for the prestigious Joan Orr Air Force Spouse of the Year, she has been commissioned as a Yellow Rose of Texas by the Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, has had proclamations passed in her name by the Guam Senate and the Village Council of Inarajan and has received personal letters of encouragement from various dignitaries to include former President George W. Bush. Maggie is survived by her husband Mike, her children Patrick, Veronica, Michael, and Sara, her mother Jackie Hoffman, father Lou Heckel and his wife Carol, brothers Mike, Mark, Marty, and Matt Heckel, sister Marybeth Unger, her niece, whom she considered a daughter, Meegan Fiedler and her family, husband Eli, son Nic, and daughter Kiki, and her nephew, whom she considered a son, Christopher Heckel and his children Taylor, Abbigail, and Ashley Heckel, and Kylee Schneider. She is also survived by not-her-daughter Drew Carrington, and many other nieces, nephews, cousins, and in-laws all whom meant the world to her. Maggie will always be remembered as a giver and never a taker as all she ever wanted to do was to help others. She will be deeply missed by family and friends alike but our loss is heaven's gain as we are sure she is serving her world famous cheesecake up there right now.

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  1. Maggie was truly a treasure. She had the greatest sense of humor. She had a heart of gold and she always welcomed you with open arms and a great big smile. She will be missed here on earth, but I’m sure she is getting heaven organized right now. If you see Sam And Fletcher up there Maggie, please keep them close to you till I get up there. You’ll be missed Maggie.

  2. Maggie you were my angel the day we meet at our treatment day. She had a heart of gold and was a treasure to me. Her smile and open arms were the greatest. She gave me so much hope and faith that life will be better. I will miss you my sweet lady. Until I see you in heaven my dear friend, sister.

  3. Maggie i will never forget you. We have been friends forever and i will cherish each and every moment. Although we were miles apart you were always in my heart. I love you Maggie. Fly free.

  4. Dearest Maggie! Your unconditional love for those around you is well known. While words are hard to come by, I can smile knowing you are looking out for us….knowing your love and encouragement are supporting is every day.

    Continue to be a beacon…and may we follow your guiding light and emulate your actions in our lives.

    Rest in Peace Maggie,


  5. So proud to have called this amazing woman my friend. She will be missed by all that knew her. Love you Maggie!

  6. To Maggie’s family: you are in my prayers. Maggie and I worked together for many years in Omaha before she moved to Texas. I admired her and enjoyed our time together. May she rest in the God who so graciously shared her with us. Pastor Johnice Orduna

  7. We will always remember Maggie’s selfless service to the many people she touched at Randolph AFB, TX. Our deepest condolences to her family. Mai Lan and Matt Isler.

  8. Maggie- You welcomed me into the Air Force family with open arms, you encouraged me to join the ROSC when I wasn’t too sure, you supported me while my husband was deployed, and you and your family welcomed me into your home for the holidays. I will always remember your kindness, your crazy humor, and your zest for life! Thank you for being my friend. With love until we meet again- Paula Chadwell- Musolino

  9. To the friends and family of Margaret Ellen Allshouse…I came across a scripture found in God’s word the Bible in the book of Acts 24:15 which reads: And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous. I hope this scripture brings you comfort and know that this is a promise that God gives us for the future. My condolences go out to your family and friends. Mrs. Aguirre

  10. Ms. Margaret, You were always so kind and generous. We will miss you. You are in your Father’s hands now. Rest well.

    **Love Dawn (SAMMC, window#2)

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