Margaret Marie Woolls DeLap. A name filled with love and family.
The day you joined us was the day our lives were forever changed and what a change you made in us.
We are so thankful for every minute with you, even those long nights! For we know joy comes in the morning.
Margo, there are not enough words to tell you how much we love you; there are not enough words to tell you how much we miss you.
We are filled with wonderful and joyful memories. Your first word, Mama, first step, your shining, brilliant personality, smile, laughter, silly words and noises, twinkling eyes, and your love for belly sugar!
We will always remember how excited you were to see Mama and Daddy, with arms wide, ready for a hug and to be held. And oh, how you loved to be held! Your love for life expressed with hugs, neck hugs, curiosity, discovery, and energy. You were quite a climber! You loved animals, your bunny and you were always pointing at all the birds. We will think of you and know you are near each and every time we see a bird fly across the sky. And then there is Max, your pal, and how you loved to snuggle into his fur.
We know you are in the arms of Jesus, and he will never let you go.
You are with us always.
Margo was born in Asheville, NC on November 28, 2021, to parents, Karsten and Maggie DeLap. She is survived by her grandparents Tricey and Clark Allen, Cheryl DeLap Yearsley, and Kenneth DeLap II; Great-Grandmother Anna Woolls; Uncle Wilder (Diane) Allen; Aunt Kristen (Todd Nadenichek) DeLap and cousins Søren and Isaac; Great Aunts and Uncles Lynn (Kent) Lantaff, Paula Ogbuizer, Buddy Garrison, Nick (Julie) Woolls, Alick (Rick) Johnson, Ann (Nate) Gaff, and John (Tracey) DeLap.
A funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM Friday, January 20, 2023, at Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian Church with Rev. Keith Thompson officiating, assisted by Rev. Pam Patrick Cole. Burial will follow at Blue Ridge Gardens of Memory.