Margaret Elizabeth Kinerson

kinerson Heaven became a little brighter when it welcomed Margaret Elizabeth Kinerson in the late hours of May 14, 2016.  Born in Bishop, CA on March 10, 1956 to the parents Diego and Joni Huarte, her kind heart and contagious smile blessed many.

Margo is survived by her husband JR Kinerson; step-children Leon Kinerson and Shelley Kinerson; grandchildren Cheyenne Robinson and Landan Kinerson; brothers Leonard Huarte and Sam Huarte; sister-in-law Valerie Huarte; nieces Danelle Tackett and Amber Arntsen; nephews James Sepsey and Cody Huarte; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, great grandchildren and countless friends.

Services will be held Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 11 a.m. at the Barlow Lane gym with a potluck celebration of life to follow at Elks Bulpitt Park.

7 responses

  1. Condolences to all of Margo’s family and friends. It was my honor to have worked with her.
    Dr. Simpson

  2. JR, Huarte Family… My deepest condolences & prayers to you all. As you know, there are no words… She was my birthday partner (10/11)… I wish I could be there, but taking care of my Father at this time… Just know that she is deeply missed. I love and miss you all, God Bless you all, praying for you all

  3. Margo was a bright comment during he brief stay on earth and I know heaven is a better place with her presence– her light will always burn with in us– she will always be shinning above us flickering as the brightest star!! I loved you so much and with gods grace will see you again!!

  4. Sending my condolences to the family and all friends far and near. In the time I had the pleasure of knowing Margo, she was and will always be a Special Person. She will be missed.

  5. to JR and family:

    I will remember her bright smile and fun personality.

    I also remember she borrowed my North Dakota Mittens to go to Minnesota one winter. I helped her keep warm.

    Dr. Malotte

  6. Margo was a very special friend who adopted me during the early 90’s, when she was an optician. I was a new sales rep for Marchon Eyewear in 1992, and that was part of my territory for 2 years. I had dinner with her each time I was in town & sometimes stayed with her.
    I remember almost every time I was in town there was a mild earthquake. She would just laugh. So much laughter & joy we shared & unfortunately I lost contact with her several years ago. She will truly be missed by all who loved her.
    My deepest sympathy to her family, she will be missed.

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