Margaret Cummings Ball, 81, was born August 26, 1941 in Salt Lake City, Utah to William Chester and Aileen Beatrice Linton Cummings. Marge attended West High School graduating in 1959. During her teenage years Marge played on a professional women's softball team for 2 years. After her graduation she served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Hamburg Germany Mission.\n\nMarge met the love of her life and eternal companion Larry Ball. They were sealed for time and all eternity in the Mesa Arizona Temple on July 3, 1969. Marge had been told she couldn't have children so when she was blessed with Mike and Matt, her life was complete. Matthew blessed her with three grandchildren; Bradin Ball of Denver, Colorado; Payton Ball of Denver, Colorado and Daxton Ball of St. George, Utah. Marge loved all animals, especially her dogs Kayla and Chewy.\n\nMarge has a strong faith and served in many positions in the church. Her favorite calling was Gospel Doctrine Teacher for many years. She ended her service to her faith working in the church library with her dear friend Gay Ann.\n\nMarge was an avid crotchetier. Many friends and family have enjoyed the beautiful afghans created by Marge. She is well known amongst her many nieces and nephews as "The Favorite Aunt".\n\nMarge is preceded in death by her parents, husband, son Michael, sister Edith. She leaves behind her son Matthew (Erika-she always called her an angel), of Pecos, Texas; three grandchildren, sisters Doris Larson of Salt Lake City, Bonnie Thomas of Salt Lake City, many nieces and nephews.\n\nMargie's family would like to express their gratitude and thank all of those in Orangeville who assisted and supported Margie throughout her life, especially after the loss of Larry and Mike. They express special thanks to Margie's close friends- Gay Ann, Carolyn and Terri.\n\nA visitation will be held on Thursday, November 17, 2022 at the Orangeville 2nd Ward Chapel at 45 West 100 South, Orangeville, Utah from 10:00 - 11:00 am. A graveside service will follow in the Orangeville City Cemetery at 11:30 am. Services are entrusted to the Fausett Mortuary Castle Dale. Friends and family may visit the online guestbook and share a memory of Margie at www.fausettmortuary.com.