July 4, 1934 -- December 29, 2019

Meurlene B. Teague, 85, of Middlebury joined her Heavenly Father on
Sunday, December 29, at Goshen Health Hospital. She was born on July 4,
1934, in Talco, TX to Meurl and Kathleen (King) Bean. On January 20, 1950, in
Arkansas, she married (Fred) David Teague. He passed away, March 17, 2013.
She is survived by her daughter, Nancy (Phil) Troyer of Middlebury; three
granddaughters, Alison (J. C.) Troyer Price, Natalie Troyer, Rita Troyer; five
great-grandchildren, Emerson Price, Harper Price, Addie Price, Lily Price,
Kennedy Nowak; two sisters, (Patricia) Sue Harris, Sandra (Kenneth) Hicks.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; son, (Ronald) Ron
David who passed away on October 28, 2011; and her special friend and
partner, Thomas Corson, who passed away December 23, 2019. Meurlene
had worked in bookkeeping and was an assistant controller for Coachman
Industries; she had also worked in payroll at Lakeway Resort and Spa, in
Austin, Texas. She was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, and
great-grandmother and was known for her generous, loving and patient
demeanor. She enjoyed gardening, quilting and sewing and was a nature
lover; she was especially fond of watching and feeding birds. Visitation will
be from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Thursday January 2, 2020 at Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street Middlebury. A memorial service will
follow visitation at 7:00 pm on Thursday, also at the funeral home. Services
will be conducted by Pastor Ron Russell of First United Methodist Church,
Middlebury. Burial will be at a later date in Talco Cemetery, Talco, TX.
Memorials may be given to St. Jude's Children's Hospital or the Hospice
organization of the donor's choice.

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Nancy and your family, I am sending you prayers for your comfort. Meurlene
was a special friend, interesting with such a vast array of interests. So easy  
to laugh with. Her friendship truly blessed my life.
From: Katy
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What a wonderful gal she was. Adored her love of nature, her easy attitude
and her wonderful cooking! Proud to be able to call her my second Mom,
even though it was so long ago.
From: Dorothy Normann-Presley
Meurlene B. Teague