My deepest condolences to Craig and families. I remember years ago going to Margurite and Milan’s home with my parents ( Fred and Gerry Bell) who played euchre with them and several others. The wonderful smell of home baked pies when entering the house . Margurite was always smiling helping bake for the local church. Very cheerful and friendly lady who made everyone feel welcome and at home She will be sadly missed and never forgotten.
We send our condolences to Marguerite's family. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Arnold & Sharon Beaty
Condolences to the lymburner family in the passing of your Mom. I remember your whole family from the farm. Your mother never lost her beautiful smile. God bless you all.
To Laurence & Kathy & families we aare sorry to hear of your mother's passing. We pray for beautiful memories to sustain you in the days ahead.
gary & Susan Goddard, Petitcodiac NB
Condolences to all the Lymburner family. Memories of a wonderful neighbour while growing up down the road. Her smile and sense of humour along with helping out wherever needed. “Mrs Lymburner” came to our farm and “guarded” our wedding gifts while everyone was at our wedding over forty years ago. She remarked that she’d only take what she needed! Truly a wonderful neighbour and friend to the Swierenga family. Hilda (Swierenga) &George Wiley
Ron and I wish to send our condolences to the families of Marguerite's.
As we look at her picture in the paper, there are many memories of a
very kind and attractive lady.
With love from Ron and Marian Coon.
So sorry to hear of Marguerites passing,
lyle and marianne Packham
My condolences to you all. I remember Aunt Marguerite like it was yesterday. Our families should have been closer, but distance apart makes it difficult. I am sure she had many happy memories living so long. What a lovely lady (I remember her being so easy to talk to and her bubbly personality).
Brenda & Dennis BERCIER (the 2nd youngest of the Lymburner clan).
R.I.P. Marguerite. Her remarkable memories of decades of family history was such a treasure. I remember visiting her on the farm, as a child, with my parents, Glenn and May Packham. Her home canned beef was such a treat!! She helped my family as a young teenager, when my oldest brother was a baby. Later in life, I finally understood that we were cousins because our grandmothers were sisters! That always felt special. We have had many visits at Heritage Green. She so looked forward to her special gift bags of treats that we have sent in the last few years. So excited and smiling! Thankful we had “window” visits and then actual visits. Many phone calls. Remarkable that she never forgot my birthday. Ever. Over 100 years of living during such a time of remarkable changes. About 70 direct descendants, what a legacy.
We will love and miss her. Forever and Always. ❤️❤️
Lyle and Marie Jeakins (nee Packham) and Family.
So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing.
She always made us laugh.
Shelley Ballantyne & Ron Murphy
My sincere condolences to Marguerite's family. Your Mother was truly one of a kind - a very rare gem. I will always remember her words of wisdom during our weekly telephone chats these past few years. Go now in peace.
May angels rejoice at her homecoming.
Our sincerity condolences to Marguerite’s family. We enjoyed our visits with her and believe she also enjoyed seeing us. She amazed us with her wealth of knowledge of Caistor history, having an unbelievable memory for details. We were always impressed by the fact that not only could she name all her descendants, but also knew their birth dates. Besides that, she kept up with current events and always delighted in hearing news of our family.
Marguerite had a great sense of humour and a positive attitude. We will certainly miss her.
Robert and Joanne Packham
They say that death leaves a sting no one can heal, and love leaves a memory that no one can steal. If that's true, then we have a infinity of wonderful memories to hold on to, don't we? I am so grateful that we do. My family passes on our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolence to the Lymburner family. Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. I have good memories of your mom Marguerite and will miss our phone conversation.
What a Wonderful Tribute to a Beautiful Sister, Mother, Grandmother, Great-grandmother and Friend to many.
Our condolences to all the family. The Jakobs ❤️