BATESVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Even in her final days Margaret McMillin found much to be thankful for.
Good knees were one, The Batesville Daily Guard (http://bit.ly/1FoXCER ) reported.
Except for over the Internet, Keith and Margaret McMillin had never even seen the house that would become their home on Chamblee Drive when they moved from Texas to Batesville in 2005.
"That's what's known as faith," Keith said with a laugh.
When they turned down the street, Margaret was sold. She couldn't get over the trees, or their beauty, Keith remembers. Here, they would be closer to their daughter, Laura Rumans, and two of three grandchildren while son Mark remained in Texas where their oldest grandson, who recently received his Ph.D., also lives.