Margaret C. “Maggie” (McAdams) Kirby
July 19, 1946 – March 8, 2019
After a lengthy illness, Maggie passed peacefully from our lives on March 8, 2019. She was preceded in death by her mother, Elva Christensen McAdams and father, William W “Mick” McAdams. She is survived by son, Michael T. Kirby; grandchildren, Simon and Mason Kirby; sisters: Patricia McAdams, Janis Backora (Steve), and Katie Birge (Michael); and brother, Mike McAdams.
Maggie was a lifelong resident of Omaha, growing up in the Florence-Minne Lusa area. She loved horses and barrel raced in her youthful days.
Her passion was Real Estate. An agent with Berskshire Hathaway Home Services|Ambassador Real Estate since its formation, she was recently awarded the first Lifetime Ambassador Award from them. Through Ambassador, she was active in Sunshine Kids Foundation and never missed a fund raiser or event.
Maggie cherished her friends, loved her grandchildren, loved horses and spent her time growing in her spirituality with her Unity Church friends as well has playing golf with the ladies in her golf league.
A CELEBRATION of Maggie’s life will be held on Thursday, March 14th at 10:30 am at the West Center Chapel. Graveside Service: Thursday, 1:30pm, Forest Lawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be directed to Sunshine Kids Foundation or Great Plains Colon Cancer Task Force.
I will miss you everyday. We had some great laughs at the office. You were my biggest fan. Love you friend, xoxo forever – your Leo gal
Well Mags, you are finally home. I am grateful that you are not in any pain now. I am also very grateful for all the help you gave me while on my spiritual path. All the coffee and long talks at Village Inn. I wish that I could tell you these things while you were still here or if I had known about your illness, I could have comforted you in person. But it was not meant to be. I hope to see you soon Magpie. I will be waiting here for you as you heal in heaven Mags ???? My love and prayers go out to the families.
Love and Blessings,
You will be Missed! Love you Cowgirl!