Our sympathy to you on the loss of Margaret. Pastor Munoz and I were honored to be her spiritual leadership at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Smithville. We have great memories of worship together and going out to lunch afterwards, especially to the monthly legion breakfasts. The Lord be with you.
Pastor Roberto and Jill Munoz
Robert Prisciak and siblings, my condolences, on the passing of your Aunt Marg. My mother used to go to her salon. Remembering, when you used to help her with her house hold chores like mowing, putting up her fence and much more. She was a special lady - taking you on little trips. May you find comfort in the wonderful bond and the wonderful memories you had with her. May she rest in peace.
Saturday, May 30, 2020
My condolences to all of Margaret's family.
Margaret and I go back to the Marvel Hairdressing School. We graduated together, worked at a salon together until we went our separate ways. We kept in touch through the years. We traveled by car west to the Calgary Stampede, through the mountains on to Vancouver Island, took the ferry to Seattle to the World's Fair. A few years later we drove to the east coast, PEI, Cabot Trail, St Andrews by the Sea etc. WE went to the Stratford Festival, live theatre in Toronto and Hamilton, some Blue Jay games. WE traveled by Via Rail to Expo 67 with my daughter.
The past few years we have kept in touch through our birthdays and Xmas., meeting for lunch or a drive in the country with a picnic in the park.
I was with Margaret through her fathers passing and her surgery and recovery a few years ago.
Margaret was a great, dear friend. "Gone But Not Forgotten". Rest in Peace. Donna
I sang with Margaret in the Niagara Area Lutheran Choir and she, along with the other choir members, was always friendly and fun to be with. I always looked forward to our Thursday night rehearsals and I'm sure I'll see her again some day, smiling as she is in the photo, and singing of course!
My condolences to her family and friends.
What a lovely picture of Marg! - and just as I remember her. I have fond memories of Marg and would like to express my deep sympathy on behalf of the Niagara Area Lutheran Choir that Marg sang with for many years. She had a lovely soprano voice and was a valued member of the choir when it was first conducted by Heinz Holder and also when I took over the choir in 1999. She was very dedicated and it was wonderful that she would drive all by herself from Smithville, most often to Beamsville where she 'hooked up' with Doris Wagner and they would carry on from there to practices in St. Catharines or Grimsby and our concerts all over Ontario and occasionally beyond. I am sorry that we kind of lost touch these last years but she will always be remembered and appreciated for her commitment to the choir. We give thanks to God for her life and for the gifts that she so willingly shared. Now she will praise her Lord as part of the heavenly choir.
With sympathy, love and prayers,