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Margaret Breaux

Posted By obits On June 3, 2020 @ 1:32 pm In Elizabeth City,Obituaries | 10 Comments

Margaret Elizabeth Bingaman Breaux, age 78, of Camden, NC died Friday, May 22, 2020 at the Elizabeth City Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was born in Sunbury, PA on May 5, 1942 to the late Eckert Isaac Samuel Bingaman and Mary Catherine Irene Hoffman Bingaman. She was preceded in death by her husband of fifty-one years, Delves Peter Breaux II. Margaret was an avid reader, especially of Stephen King, and loved chocolate. Her greatest joy was her grandkids and great-grandkids. She was a much loved mother and grandmother and will be dearly missed.

She is survived by a daughter, Colleen Breaux Gibbs and husband Matt of Bluffton, SC; a son, Delves Peter Breaux, III and wife Jessica of Elizabeth City, NC; six grandchildren, Katelyn Hicks, Delves Breaux, Elizabeth Breaux, Kiersten Gibbs, Emily Breaux, and Peter Breaux; two great-grandchildren, Eli Brown and Raegan Hicks; two sisters, Erma Walter and Beverly Wise and a brother, Walter Bingaman. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Edna Bingaman and a brother, Robert Bingaman.

A dual memorial service for Margaret and Delves is planned on Sunday, June 7, 2020 at 3:30 p.m. at Twiford Memorial Chapel officiated by Pastor Dale Forbes. Memorial donations may be made to The Camden Food Pantry, c/o Camden United Methodist Church, 197 NC Hwy 343, Camden, NC 27921.

Twiford Funeral Home, 405 East Church Street, Elizabeth City, NC is serving the Breaux family. Online memorial condolences may be sent to the family at www.TwifordFH.com.

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Condolence from Kiersten Gibbs on May 24th, 2020 3:40 pm

Eli says he loves you and wants to go to your house again. We will miss you terribly. I love you grandma.

Condolence from Christine Gibbs Howland on May 24th, 2020 9:04 pm

My deepest condolences at the loss of your Mother, Colleen. May God be you Matt and your family in your grief.

Condolence from Carm Hooper on May 24th, 2020 9:16 pm

Pete, Colleen and family
My prayers are with you in your loss. I have fond memories of your Mom and Dad during the years Archie and I were at Camden Point. I pray the Holy Spirit will comfort you.

Carm Hooper
(Mrs. Archie Hooper)
Alvin, TX

Condolence from Bob and Linda Hoffman on May 26th, 2020 6:25 am

I could not love a Sister more than I did Margaret.
We will miss her dearly.

Condolence from Catherine Eason Gardner on May 26th, 2020 10:06 am

Pete and family, W e are sorry to learn of the death of your Mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you.

Condolence from Dawn Williams Lowry on May 27th, 2020 3:07 pm

What a beautiful soul she was & always had a smile….my deepest sympathy to the family.

Condolence from Victoria on May 28th, 2020 12:53 am

To this dear family I have been trying to reach her for a while now and I moved back to the area and so grateful that I was able to know her and Pete and Im sure gonna miss her and my wonderful talks about all the wonderful things you children and grandchildren doing in life. If yall need anything Im around the corner at Pinch Gut with a red gate . Sending yall big hugs

Condolence from Beth Lawrence on May 31st, 2020 7:54 pm

We were lucky to have had the opportunity to meet her when she was my grandmothers partner in crime and roomate at ECHR. My Grandmother Mary Parker and her made the staff laugh and smile. She was a very positive caring person and always helped keep my
Grandmother In good spirits! She had a beautiful smile and our family will remember her! She was quick to share her chocolate with us also!!! Our prayers and thoughts are with you all.

The Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren of Mary Parker and Her Partner in Crime – Mary Parker

Condolence from Fleischmann Family on June 4th, 2020 8:30 pm

You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time of loss. Margaret was a wonderful and caring woman. Everyone knew that her loving family was truly her greatest pride. She made the most amazing macaroni salad and always seemed to have extra to share with her biggest fans. Our hearts go out to your family, and we will always cherish the special memories of Margaret & Pete.

Our deepest sympathies,

The Fleischmann Family

Condolence from Walter Bingaman on June 5th, 2020 3:18 pm

Coleen & Peter & Families

I am saddened that we can’t attend, Please accept Hugs & Prayers from The Bingaman clan.

Aunt Margie, Always called me and many other people “Sweetie” one of my fondest memories was when she would come to Mom and Dad’s for “POTPIE” for dinner. She would end up UN snapping her jeans because she ate too much!

I don’t ever remember seeing her in a dress although I am sure I did at some point along the ways. Sometime LONG LONG ago, she would watch us kids a special treat.

Always always that special contagious laugh.

One day while we were fishing the pond at Aunt Erma’s farm a big we assume a catfish grabbed her hook and broke her line when swimming away the bobber was on the line. So she said make sure you pay attention else you could end up just like me! As the bobber would pop up where ever on the pond. She would hunt with Uncle Pete before it was something that the ladies did very often.

She brought this guy “Pete” home to meet everyone, I remember thinking that he talked funny (well because he did) “Ya All” became part of her language as she hung around with Pete. I am not sure if I remember the wedding, but I think I did see some pictures. Colleen and Peter came into their world. I remembered she would always figure out a place for all us kids to sleep, sometimes on the living room floor during our invasion visits. But who cared we were kids.
She starting cooking “HOT” SPICY stuff at least it was to us kids, after all we are Yankees. She always loved it when we would call and share our hunting stories as well.
I truly wish I would have got my butt down to go out on the crab boat with them. I truly missed an amazing experience by not doing that. Your smile laugh and love will be forever missed. But you will never ever be forgotten.

Hugs and Prayers go up to you Aunt Margie and Uncle Pete you are together again and there is no doubt in my mind at all that you 2 are in a john boat fishing and laughing together.

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