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Margaret Kathleen Shults Butts passed away August 3, 2020 at the age of 80 after an extended battle with cancer.
A lifelong resident of Buckhead, she was preceded in death by her parents George W. and Mary M. Shults and older sister Mary Ann Scott.
She is survived by four children, six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lanier Hospice or the American Cancer Society in Atlanta.
The family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 3570 Buford Hwy #202, Duluth, GA 30096 (678) 584-0914 www.GeorgiaCremation.com
Varone Boyle says
My deepest condolences to the entire family of Ms Butts ….May soul Rest In Peace 🙏
Ron Tillis says
I will always be grateful to have known “Midge” a loving and sweet lady who impacted my life and made me a better person. A true child of God in whom we have that great hope of seeing one another in heaven. Take your well deserved Rest “Midge “ until that day when he calls the dead to be with Him forever. God bless you
She was a special person who overcame many obstacles. It was a delight to see her at Derek’s wedding after many years. Love and prayers to all who love and will miss her.
Frank Martin says
Margaret Butts was a dear friend…
REST IN PEACE…….
joe gatins says
Midge was my cousin and playmate from birth (same year) until the smiles became miles and adult life took us in many different directions. She was a great lady with an infectious personality and warm smile. She has been and will continue to be greatly missed.
Ken Scott says
Midge was my Aunt. Because my mother, (her sister) moved to California when she got married, we rarely got to see Midge. When my mother was close to the end of her life in 2015, I spoke to Midge on the phone a couple of times, and I was instantly reminded how incredibly funny she always was. We all had a lot of affection for Midge, and stories my mother would tell about their childhood together were legendary in our family. We felt like we knew her well, even though we rarely saw her. We wish her family the best!