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Maggie Elizabeth Shindle, 45, went to heaven on the wings of an angel on March 21, 2020, at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, Washington.

She was born on Feb. 27, 1975, in Uvalde, Texas, to Dr. Richard and Patsy Shindle. She had a smile that was infectious and a laugh that was contagious. She loved the outdoors and was fond of animals (particularly cats).

Maggie grew up in Uvalde and attended elementary, middle school and high school there. She spent several years at her parent’s ranch near Garner State Park.

She traveled many places with her parents, including the Bahamas, Vancouver Island, Alaska and the Yukon. In 1989, she spent one year in Haines, Alaska and went to high school there.

Her parents moved to Pipe Creek in 1990 and to Bandera in 1995. She then moved to San Antonio and then Seattle.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, James and Betty Shindle of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, and Harold and Dorothy Scales of Bandera, Texas. She was also preceded in death by aunt.

Maggie leaves behind three sons, Jeremy Shindle of Kerrville, Texas, Zack Huron of San Antonio, Texas and Arthur of Cotulla, Texas. She is also survived by four brothers, Corby Allbright of Buda, Texas, David Shindle of Naples, Florida, Jeffrey Shindle of Helotes, Texas and Michael Shindle of San Antonio, Texas, and numerous uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Any donation on her behalf can be made to Freeman-Fritts Animal Shelter in Kerrville.

Any condolences may be sent to Dr. Richard and Patsy Shindle, P.O. Box 876, Hunt, Texas.