Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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IMG_0011-3Marge Warder and Monty, Opening Meet, Tryon Hounds, 2005  /  Erik Olsen photoMarge Warder has had a lifelong love affair with horses. As a child, riding was her favorite activity.

She traveled the world as a stewardess with Pan American Airways and lived the big-city life in New York.

After retirement, she moved to North Carolina, resumed her life with horses, and joined the Tryon Hounds and the Green Creek Hounds.

Last year, at the age of seventy, Marge Warder fell off her horse Monty. Something was wrong. A few months later she was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease (amyotropic lateral sclerosis, ALS). She moved into an assisted living home near her sister Carrie Bartlett in Louisiana. She decorated her room with horse stuff and told stories of her foxhunting adventures. She shared one heartfelt wish with a social worker visiting the home. She wanted to ride a horse one last time.

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+1 # Cheryl Microutsicos 2011-10-25 12:02
What a beautiful photo. It is wonderful that all these people worked hard to make her wish come true.
# eck 2012-10-08 11:07
Rest in peace, Marge. You will be missed greatly.
# PStetson 2013-01-06 13:34
I am so sad to hear about Marge. Her holiday card was just returned to my mailbox. She was truly a beautiful person, inside and out. I learned so much from Marge. She will be missed by all ....
# Guest 2017-06-07 20:40
I sadly just learned today, 4.5 years late, that Marge had died and wanted to say she was not only a fabulous business woman, rider & person but made the very best looking & tasting cherry pie! R.I.P. Sweet Lady, BiLL at Hilton Head Island SC

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