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Margaret Arbour

Margaret (Meg) Arbour April 13, 1981 - November 5, 2020 Meg Arbour was born on April 13, 1981 in Azle, Texas. She passed away on November 6, 2020 in Fort Worth. She was 39 years old. Her early years were spent in Abilene, Texas. She attended Cornerstone Christian School and Wylie High School. In 1996, when Meg was a sophomore, the family moved to Eldorado, Texas. She graduated with honors from Eldorado High School in 1999. She played in the band and was a cheerleader. While in Eldorado she also became a Certified Nurse’s Assistant. She worked at the local nursing home, was on call for 911 emergencies and even drove the ambulance on occasion when needed. Following graduation from high school she pursued a degree in health education with an emphasis in special education from Texas A&M University. She graduated in 2003. While at Texas A&M she was involved in IGNITE Student Ministries, teaching Bible studies in dorms. In her sophomore year at A&M she met Benjamin Arbour on a “Beach Reach” mission trip to Corpus Christi, Texas. Meg and Ben were married on July 26, 2003 in Boerne, Texas. They had four wonderful children, Wesley, Abby, Micah and Noah. By the time their children were of school age, Meg felt strongly committed to teaching them and preparing them for life through homeschool. After she began homeschooling, she teamed up with two other women to create the “Lesson Plan Ladies” home school curriculum. It has helped meet the needs for many homeschooling parents. The impact Meg had on so many lives is incredible. She reached out in selfless love to everyone she met. By reputation, she was sought after for her counsel and prayer support. Dozens of women considered her their best friend. Meg and Ben were faithful members of Wedgwood Baptist Church. Meg was accompanied in death by her husband, Ben. She is survived by their children, Wesley, Abigail (Abby), Micah and Noah Arbour; her parents, Andy and Elizabeth Anderson; her brother Andrew Anderson, his wife, Summer, and their children, Reese, Nixon and Ty. Other family members include Ben’s parents, Jimmy and Candy Arbour, Ben’s brother, Andrew Arbour and Ben’s grandparents Wayne and Jo Hiter. Funeral services for Meg and Ben will be at Wedgwood Baptist Church on Tuesday at 10:00 AM. Visitation is at the church on Monday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Burial will be at Aurora Cemetery in Aurora, Texas. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wedgwood Baptist Church, 5522 Whitman Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76133 or to the Arbour Benevolence Fund established for the benefit of Meg and Ben’s children at Wedgwood Baptist Church. https://wedgwoodbc.org