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Marguerite Webber (Née Budden)
1935 - 2020
Arrangements entrusted to :
402 rue de la Rivière,
Died December 23, 2020 in Cowansville, Québec.
She was predeceased by her dearly missed husband Brian and children Curtis and Sarah.
Survived by son Geoffrey, daughter-in-law Lisa, grandchildren Robin, Jamie, Courtney and Emily, brother Howard and loyal friend Nancy.
Marguerite expressed her love and devotion through her family and friends, involvement in the Church and nursing career. She was an enthusiastic and successful gardener on whatever piece of land she found herself throughout her life. Her artistic gifts and skill were demonstrated in her quilting, sewing, painting and any other artwork or crafts she turned her hand to.
Marguerite loved being with people and they loved her outgoing and cheery nature.
She will be missed.Laisser un témoignage
Thinking of Marguerite on what would be her birthday today, February 7th. She helped so many mothers and babies via La Leche League in Montreal. We last saw each other when I was on a trip to Gananoque. Her car trunk was full of quilts that she had created. Such a caring, upbeat person!
We really appreciated to visit your grandmother/ mom before COVID! She was a very appreciative , lovely person !?
Len and jane webber
Our sincere condolences to you and your family
So sorry to hear of Marguerite's passing. I have fond memories of my LLL friend, especially our trip to Chicago for the 1981 LLL convention is her bright yellow (Russian)'Lada' car.
So sorry for the lost of your mom and Grandmother Geoff, Robin and Jamie , may you find comfort in memories made with her.
My condolences to her family and friends.
Sherry Irwin Royea
My sympathies to Jeff and family
My deepest sympathy to the family.