Margene McAden

Margene McAden, 58, of Bryan, passed away Tuesday, May 15, 2012, at her residence. A memorial service celebrating her life is set for 6:00 p.m. Friday, May 18, 2012 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan. Reverend Dr. Dan De Leon will officiate.

Margene was born December 31, 1953 in San Angelo, Texas to Edgar Eugene McAden and Margie Fay Avants McAden. She lived in the Bryan/College Station area since 1996. Margene was a video technician for Blinn College and enjoyed developing and engineering electronics. She loved reading, fishing, golfing and woodworking. She also loved all animals.

Survivors include her daughter Cassandra Lynn “Cassie” McAden of Bryan; mother, Margie Hueber of Corpus Christi; brothers and sisters-in-law, Johnny and Debbie McAden of Corpus Christi, Wesley and Elaine McAden of San Angelo; sisters, Linnea McAden and her husband Paul Francis of Waynesville, North Carolina, Kathy Slater of Bryan; and a niece, Victoria Ferrell of Franklin.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hospice Brazos Valley or Americans United for Separation of Church and State.


  1. Margene was a wonderful co-worker and will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure to know her. I will keep her and her family in my prayers, and will treasure her memory.

  2. May the family find peace and love in the memories you cherish, Margene will be missed.

  3. I worked with Margene since she came on board. We were in CIRT together. She also hired a couple of my students for their intern class. She even hosted class-tours for the Network+ course.

    I will continue to pray for her and her family.

  4. I offer my heart felt sympathy to Margene’s family for the loss you have experienced. Be assured that there are a multitude of us in Margene’s Blinn College family who share your grief. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May all of our memories of Margene continue to come easily to mind in the days and weeks ahead, as we recall what a very special, talented, and dedicated person she was in each of our lives. How I will miss her! How I will remember her and all the ways she helped us!

  5. I had the privilege of meeting and working with Margene at the Bryan campus. She personified professionalism time and again with an admirable mixture of technological skill, patient understanding, and easy humor. The video conferencing classrooms would feel very empty without her if she hadn’t left such impressive contributions on them all.

    Her and her family remain in my prayers.

  6. Margene was a good friend, a good colleague, and just the person to call when we needed help in our classes. I’ll so miss her dry sense of humor. She will be greatly missed.

  7. I had the pleasure of working with Margene for seven years. She helped me so much with my classes in Brenham and Bryan. She had a wonderful sense of humor combined with pure professionalism. Many times, we walked out together on Tuesday nights and discussed our families. She was very proud of her daughter and kept me abreast of her accomplishments. Tuesday nights are not going to be the same without her.

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