Margaret Ernestine Fields

Margaret Ernestine Fields

February 04, 1929 - January 26, 2011

Margaret Ernestine Fields

February 04, 1929 - January 26, 2011


Marge Fields was born February 4, 1929 in Brooklyn, NY. She peacefully slipped into the arms of her awaiting Savior on January 26, 2011.

Marge leaves behind 3 children Noel Veale, Doug Fields & Stacy Fisher, their spouses Roger Veale, Cathy Fields & Rob Fisher and 8 incredible grandchildren Daniel Veale; Torie, Cody & Cassie Fields; Tanner, Tessa, Tienna & Teagan Fisher. She is preceded into heaven by her love of 50 years?Jim Fields.

She also leaves behind many caring friends who enriched her life and brought her such joy. Some friends are scattered throughout the US and many shared life with her in small groups, Bible students and Friday morning ‘stuffers? from Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA.

Marge lived a rich and meaningful life! She had many dear friends, incredible memories, as well as a life of laughter, meaning and purpose. Her foundation of faith was built on a significant relationship with Jesus Christ, whom she trusted as her Savior and followed while alive. She will be awaiting her loved ones while eternally worshiping God.

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2 responses to Margaret Ernestine Fields

  1. To the Fields Family~

    It was our great pleasure to know and volunteer with Marge as part of the Saddleback Friday Stuffers group. Marge was always the brightest spot in our lively group. We have a special deep feeling for her because she was such a totally good person. I really mean “good” through and through. There was not an unkind bone in her body. In this world, we meet precious few people one can say this about. Marge was goodness personified. Jesus was reflected in her very being. She will be sorely missed—but never forgotten.

    Jim and Joan

  2. Noel, Doug and Stacy,
    What an honor and privilege it was to share the time remembering your Mom last week.
    Noel, I understand your amazing heart even better now. You do what Jesus did, by always loving and caring and showing up to help me, especially lately in the middle of moving and caring for your Mom as well as your own family. You’ve always taken such good care of our Monday night Bible study group. I am blessed to call you friend.
    Doug, I have always enjoyed your preaching and now understand better your heart for reaching people, especially through laughter. You preached 2 messages that especially changed my life – one on forgiveness, the other on reading the Bible I was raised Catholic and never had. You are still my favorite preacher.
    Stacy, is all I can say is that it was nice to have met you and that I wish I had the chance to know you better. After sharing the videos at your Mom’s Celebration of Life last week, it makes me want to know you more as part of your special family.
    I wish I had had the pleasure of knowing your Mom. What a beautiful lady she was; what an amazing legacy she has left.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all,
    Mary Guise Brewer

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