Local entrepreneur starts her final venture. Margo Rayloyce Drevlow Bos passed away peacefully early Tuesday morning, April 19, 2016, but her spirit lives on in her family.
She is survived by her husband, John Bos (Married in Coeur d'Alene, ID on July 4th 1959); her children: Randy (Michele) Bos, Taunya (Doug) Yaeger, Ralph (Dana) Bos and Jon (Rebecca) Bos; her grandchildren: Randi Jo, Elisa, Ben, Margo, Erin, Emily, Eli, Taylor and Matthew; and her great grandchildren: Andrew, Jeffrey and Erik.
Margo was a hard worker and entrepreneur from her youth. She successfully started and ran several businesses, most notably her antique dealership which served customers from coast to coast. She worked hard, played hard and played to win. Card games and board games with Margo were never dull. If you were family you played cards and games, and she didn't like good losers. Part of Margo's legacy is a relationship with Jesus Christ and it is a central influence in her family. Margo prayed for her family and friends every day. She trusted their success to the Lord and she loved them with gusto. Independent, fair, kind and strong are words that reflect her spirit. She loved her husband and worked shoulder to shoulder with him their entire married life until a brain tumor forced her into retirement. She was proud of her family and spoke of how she loved each one in his/her own way.
Margo was preceded in passing by her father, Ray Drevlow; her mother Shirley Drevlow; and her sister, Cynthia Bos and is survived by her siblings Sonya, Lovetta, Nita, and Ray. Born in Clarkston, WA, she eventually settled in Yankton SD for over 50 years.
Memorial services will be at 1:00 PM, Saturday, April 23, 2016 at the Church Of Christ, 1114 W. 12th, Yankton, South Dakota with Wayne Sharp officiating.
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Sorry to hear about the passing of Aunt Margo.
Richard and Karlene Young (Eisele)
John and family. I was sadden to read of Margo's passing. I will always remember her spunk, her love of playing Bingo for the Cheeto's and candy bars and her beautiful smile. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and the loving memories to forever hold in your heart.
Connie Gleich Mors
I'm so sorry for the loss of Margo. Losing someone is very tough to go through. May you all continue to receive comfort from our heavenly Father during this time (John 5:28,39).
She will be dearly missed and god bless you all
We offer our condolences. Your family has such wonderful memories to share with eah other.
Jane and Max Hawk
So sorry to hear about your wife and mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Debbie and Larry VanderPoel
So sorry for your loss. May you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace of friends. Goodbye my sister.
So sorry for your loss. I used to be a volunteer at Avera Majestic Bluffs. Did not see this in time for the funeral. Or I would have been there. My sympathy to your family.
Linda D. Gorham
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