Age 95, went to be with her Lord on November 16, 2018, after a 5 year struggle with vascular dementia. Margie was born January 12, 1923 in Live Oak, Florida to the late Benjamin and Mamie (Skeen) Wiggins. Margie was the sixth of eight children. She is preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, Quentin E. Prange; and all brothers and sisters: Evelyn, Aubrey, Ben, Lorene, "B", Jimmy and Robert. Margie graduated from Suwannee High School in 1941, moved to Ft. Lauderdale to live with her sister Evelyn and there completed business school. In 1943 Margie moved to Washington, D.C. as a secretary in the War Dept. There she met her husband-to-be, Quentin, an Army bugler and machinist. Upon his return from the South Pacific in 1945, they married and moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana. Margie worked for the Fruehauf Trucking Co. for 39 years, advancing to administrative assistant to the plant manager, retiring in 1986. Quentin was a master lathe machinist during his 33 years at International Harvester in Fort Wayne. In late 1988, Margie and Quentin left Orange City, Florida (their home after retirement) and became Portage residents. Here in Portage, they devoted their time to their grandchildren and volunteering at the Portage Senior Center. In 2001, Margie became a charter member of Cherry Creek Community Church. Margie loved the Lord and was a blessing to all who came to know her. She had a loving concern for everyone, and the generosity she showed by helping others was her trademark. Margie was an incredible cook, seamstress, ballroom dancer, loving parent and grandparent. She was a beautiful person, both inside and out. Margie leaves behind her son Ronald, daughter-in-law Mary, grandson Vincent (Ali) Prange, granddaughter Angela (Saul) Pineda, many nieces and nephews and their families. Margie's family wishes to express their sincere thanks to the staff at Medi-Lodge on Courier Drive in Portage for their 5 year care of Margie. It was a two-way street in many ways, as Margie comforted the staff and her fellow residents. Margie loved them and they loved her. And it was the loving care from "Nurse Tina" that made Margie's day every day. The family also expresses their thanks to the South Community Hospice Care Center. Per Margie's wishes, a private interment aside her husband will take place in Fort Wayne, Indiana at Greenlawn Memorial Park.