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Tabatha Ann (Lane) Macho – Obituary

Name: Tabatha Ann (Lane) Macho

Age: 50

Born: 02-06-1970

Died: 04-10-2020

Visitation:
Later Date

Service:
Later Date


Due to the Covid 19 virus out-break, celebration of life will be held at a later date for Tabatha Ann Macho (Lane) age 50 of Rice, MN. She passed away peacefully surrounded by her family at St. Cloud Hospital on April 10th 2020.

 

Tabatha was born in St. Cloud, MN on February 6th 1970, the daughter of Charles and Kathleen (Murphy) Lane. She married her longtime best friend Kenneth Macho Sr. on their 19th anniversary, December 12th 2005 in Las Vegas, NV.  Tabatha loved being a stay at home mom to her four children.  She loved cooking for everyone, loved camping with her family, four-wheeling with her daughter Savannah on the trails and traveling the states with her husband in the Semi.

 

She worked as a private home health care-provider, she loved taking care of people. She was the type of person you could tell anything too.

 

Tabatha is survived by her husband Kenneth Sr, their 4 children Kenneth Macho, Jr. (Sara), Mercadies (Derek, Sr.) Muellner, Brittany Macho (Wesley) and Savannah Macho; five grandchildren Haley, Logan and Bentley Macho, and Sahara and Derek Jr Muellner; her sister Danette Ramsey and  two brothers Howard Lane and Richard (Tammi) Lane, 32 nieces and nephews, and 39 great nieces and nephews and so many loving friends.

 

She is preceded in death by both her parents.


 

Guestbook for Tabatha Ann (Lane) Macho


Michael D. Murphy
April 28, 2020, 7:14 pm
I just hear today, April 28th, 2020 from Jeff and Brian Murphy of Tabitha's passing. I had not seen or talked to her in many years but I remember her smile and how friendly she was to everyone. I remember her being so positive about things. I can't say that I really knew her but I was sadly surprised when I heard she had died and immediately felt a loss that we will never get back. My deepest condolences to her family. When the time comes for us to say our last goodbyes to her. I would like to be there too.
Susan Marklowitz Schindler
, Friend
April 18, 2020, 6:57 am
Kenny I am so sorry for your loss. Tabatha & you were/are an inspiration to do many. You two shared such a special bond/love that alot of us wish we had. The two of you would make us all laugh with your silliness back in the day. I know I haven't seen you guys in quite awhile, but I will always have the memories of Tabatha & you. My Deepest Sympathy To You & Your Family & all those who had the privelge of knowing Tab.
Joey and Kayla Ritter
, friend
April 17, 2020, 7:38 pm
We are very sorry for your loss she was a wonderful woman she was always always friendly if you need anything we will always be here
Angela kremer birdsell
, friend
April 17, 2020, 3:03 pm
Kenny i don't have the words to express how sorry and saddened for your family i am at this time hearing about tabithas passing.Your family have always been great people. I am praying for your family at this difficult time in your lives.

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