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Margaret C. Mishoe

Margaret C. Mishoe

November 22, 1949 - October 22, 2018     Age: 68

 

Margaret Cranford Mishoe, 68, of Fernandina Beach, Florida passed away unexpectedly Monday, October 22, 2018 at Baptist Medical Center Nassau.

Born in Asheboro, North Carolina, she was a daughter of the late Charles Leon and Margaret Wallace Cranford.  A 1968 graduate of Asheboro High School she did her undergraduate work at the University of South Carolina. She went on to earn her Ph. D. in Linguistics from the University of South Carolina as well.

Margaret loved to read and was a big fan of Shakespeare. She was a lifelong educator and was a light in any classroom. She had retired from Embry-Riddle University in Daytona Beach where she had taught for many years. She moved to Fernandina Beach six years ago to be near her brother.

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, William Earl Mishoe in 2017.  

She leaves behind her son, Staff Sergeant Lance Mishoe and his wife, Natalie, of Ft. Bragg, North Carolina; her brothers, Wallace Cranford and his wife, Leigh Ann, and Charles Cranford and his wife, Ann of Greensboro, North Carolina, her three grandchildren, Courtland, Dalton and Chloe and her best friend and neighbor, Cheryl Lynn Carr.

 

There are no local services planned at this time.  She will be returned to her native Asheboro where she will be laid to rest with her parents.

3 Condolences

  • Carolyn Thomas Santanella Posted October 26, 2018 9:54 am

    To Terry’s family: She was such an integral part of the makeup of our high school class. Bright, vibrant, full of life and wonder and intelligence. We had so hoped she could have come to the fiftieth reunion last weekend. Her passing so soon on the heels of that event brings such sorrow. Still, her’s was a life well lived, filled to the brim and overflowing with her exuberance and joy. God be with you all as you grieve.

  • Mimi Monsour Posted October 28, 2018 1:28 pm

    My deepest sympathy to all of Margaret’s loved ones. I was shocked and so very saddened to see the notice of her passing in the Jacksonville paper. Margaret and I met at an Embry-Riddle Humanities Department welcome luncheon in 2008. Naturally, I was immediately drawn to this fascinating, friendly, rather irreverent woman and only later did I learn she was also a brilliant and intuitive literary analyst. I loved chatting with her and remember her endearing habit of swaying from left to right as she spoke as mamas with babies in their arms do. When she told a story, it was with wit and insight and southern charm.
    I am so thankful to have known Margaret and happy to think of the many lives she touched over the years. I hope knowing that comforts you in your loss.

  • Carl Bimbo Posted October 28, 2018 1:46 pm

    To terry’s family, especially Chip. She was a true light in my memories of Asheboro High School. The last time we spoke it was at one of our class of 68 reunions. Many years have past , but her warm a generous spirit is still with me. She sat behind me in Chorus and the admonition still rings in my ear, “Carl be good”, Shewas a dear friend and one of those rare people always optimistic, super intelligent and understanding. I hope your grief can be breif and your knowledge that she has returned home help you iat this time.

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