Margott Rademacher Black, 91, of Kennesaw Ga. passed away on March 15, 2017. She died at home surrounded by her family, friends and her loyal dog Kubbie. Margott is survived by her sister Olga Bucholz, her two daughters, Sonja Champion and Gloria Anderson, her two sons, Roy Black and Bill Black, six grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren and 1 great, great grandchild. In addition, she is dearly loved by her step-grandchildren and great step-grandchildren.
Margott was born in Brazil, grew up in Germany and moved to America in her early twenties. She became a Civil Engineer for the City of Augusta, Georgia and retired at the age of 70.
Margott enjoyed working in her yard, playing her organ, had the most beautiful soprano singing voice, gave the best hugs in the world, and kept the cookie jar full for her grandchildren. Most of all, Margott loved and was loved by her family and friends.
Margott wrote a book about her life and the proof she received that life continues after we leave this earth. Her book is available for free download at her facebook page " Margott Black ", or by request to email@example.com