Memories of Margaret Elliot
From: Christina Martins
My condolences to the entire Elliot family and Patty Kelly. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Marg was a wonderful and fun loving person to have around the office. We have missed her since her retirement. We loved it when Marg and Patty stopped by the office with Bunny
From: Toni Vizzini & Daughters (280 Elmwood Cres)
Sorry for the loss of your daughter.
From: Kathy Egger
Dear Edith and Mac, I just want to send a little note to let you know I am thinking of you and hope to God that you find the strength to live through this awful ordeal. I know children are supposed to outlive the parents but unfortunately this is often not the case. It must be so heartbreaking for parents. When I heard about this from Marie Watson it was just so hard to believe and it shook me to the core. May God help you during this difficult time. I still see Margret in my mind when I saw her sometimes coming to the window at the Hospital so many years ago. May she rest in peace and we will never ever forget her. Love Kathy Egger
From: Marie Watson
Mac & Edith: I am in disbelief. I send my deepest sympathy to you both and to Tom and Marie and families. I did not know until Champion yesterday. She is now in God's hands. Peace be with you all. Hope to still have lunch when you are feeling well enough to. Luv
From: Steve Knowles and Bernadette Hulstein
Our thoughts and prayers are with Tom, Mac, Edith, Marie and the rest of the family. RIP Marg, you and your laugh will be missed.
From: Bonnie,Stew,Sean,Colin Mcfadden
We send our condolences to you Mac, Edith, Tom and family, Marie,Grant and the Girls. (Marg) Daughter, Sister,Aunt,Friend. will be missed by all. Rest in peace. Wonderful women.
From: Shelley Gluskin
I also had the pleasure of working with Marg for many years at Animal Services. Her infectious laugh and happy face always brighten up my day. We loved to share the stories of our favourite pets and checking out the animals in the shelter. She was a warm and caring person and was a pleasure to work with. My condolences to her family and friend of which I am sure she had many. Will see you up there at the Rainbow Bridge and don't forget the Timbits! Shelley Gluskin Retired Mississauga Animal Services.
From: Cora & D.J. Farrow
Mac & Edith And Families, Our condolences and Prayers are with you at this time, Margaret is safe and out of pain now God be with you all. Love Always Cora & Family.
From: Mike and Jerrie Traynor
We are so sorry to hear about Margaret. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Mac, Edith, Tom and Marie. Mike and Jerrie Traynor
From: Bill & Margaret Hamilton
Dear Mac & Edith you are in our thoughts & prayers as you mourn the loss of your beloved daughter Margaret. Blessings Bill & Margaret
From: Unita & Spike Dinsmore
Dear Edith & Mac: We are very sorry to learn of Margie's death. There is probably no grief greater than losing one's child. You are in our thoughts and prayers, and we are sure that, over time, God's enormous love will ease your pain, leaving only happy memories. Unita & Spike, Leora and Erik
From: The Family of the late Ken Elliot
Dear Mac & Edith Although there are really no words that can really help to ease the loss of your Dear daughter Margaret, just know you are very close in our thoughts and prayers. We love you. Pat, Sherry, Scott
From: Ron and Joan Phillips
To Mac & Edith and Family - We are so saddened to hear about Margaret. Her passing will leave a gaping hole in your heart and in your family. May Jesus' arms of comfort hold you tightly with His love.
From: Tom and Lina Elliot
Mac, Edith and Family- Please accept our most sincere condolences. Margaret's gentle soul and contagious laugh will forever remain in our hearts. RIP dear Margaret. Tom and Lina Elliot Mississauga
From: Jane Reed
I will always remember Marg and Patty bringing in Fuzzy Feet for a visit to the office and the last time at Christmas with chocolates for us all. She seemed in good spirits. Margie's laugh and giggles were so infectious - a rough day at work always seemed better after hearing her laugh. Our chats of Manitoulin, the pies from Williamsford and Tobermory always seemed to make her smile. It's not fair- a bright star here on earth has left us now to shine down on us from heaven. Going to miss you dear Marg! My heartfelt Condolences to the Elliot family and her dear friend Patty.
From: Janet Lem
I have worked with Marg for numerous years. Her laugh, smile and wisdowm will be missed. My thoughts & prayers to Marg's family and love ones at this time.
From: Sandy Elliot
From your other "little brother" who happened to live down the street and who was always included in the scolding's you delivered to Tom for something we "apparently" did! Although life has sent us in different directions and our contact has been minimal over the years I will always remember with great fondness your smile and great laugh.
From: Reg Smith
Only a short while ago, I called Marg and I was happy that she was in great spirits. We talked for a long time and I looked forward to seeing her again! Then, just back from vacation today, I learned that very dear and sweet soul passed over while I was away. I am so sad that I will not get the pleasure of her company again. You've been in my thoughts often and will remain in my heart always, my dear Marg. Big hugs and love I send to you up there. My deepest condolences to Marg's dear family, Mac and Edith, Marie and Tom and their families. And, the same to her good friends out in Manitoba, Patty here in Mississauga and her many friends/colleagues at the City of Mississauga. RIP dear Marg.
From: Yvonne van Hoek
I had the pleasure of working with Marg for many years and will definitely miss her smile and laugh My sincere condolences to her family at this time .
From: Pat Toth
Very sorry to hear of Marg's passing. My thoughts and prayers go to your loved ones.
From: Thelma Flowers-Buckle
Oh how we will miss you Marg - You were such a lovely lady! Will miss your visits and your infectious laugh...Rest in Peace, my friend. Today is Johnie's birthday, hopefully you two have met up and are celebrating together! Love you and miss you. Thelma xoxo
From: Ruth McKinnon
Dear Mac, Edith, Tom, Marie and Families. Please accept my sincere sympathy at this time. You are all in my prayers and it is so nice to read about Margie's faith and love for animals and her family. May God Bless each of you and peace be with you knowing Margie is in the hands of our Lord Jesus and God our Father. I pray that all the wonderful memories bring you peace at this time. With love and sincere sympathy. Ruth McKinnon and Family.
From: Bill Sholdice
Remembeing Marg from her days at the City of Mississauga. A hard dedicated worker with a great sense of humour. Had a lot of laughs. R.I.P. Margaret. Sympathies to the whole family. Bill Sholdice Mississauga
From: Doreen and Neil McKay
Was saddened and surprised to hear of your daughter's passing, Mac and Edith! Sending most sincere sympathy to you and your family. We did not know your daughter.... but as her parents, for you it is a heartbreaking time. Thinking of you
From: Terri Crewson
I was so saddened to hear passing of Marg. I still remember her infectious laugh! Mac and Edith ~ my heart aches for you. I can only imagine what it's like to lose a child. Marie and Tom ~ may your lifelong memories of Marg help you through this most difficult time. Maegan and Courtney ( and Tom's children ) ~ your Aunt was a special woman, she was so loving. You will all be in my thoughts as you grieve her loss. With love Terri
From: Barbara Coulson-Dredge
Mac ,Edith and family. So sorry for your loss.Have fond memories of your family and ours in Milton. So many get togethers at Aunty Jeans house and pool . Thinking of all of you. Barb
From: Patti Elliot
My deepest sympathies to all of you. So sad to know Margie is gone. I'll miss her very much. Love to the whole family.
From: William Reid
Margaret always welcomed me into her arms as "Billy Gee". And as life tips the scales toward the inevitable, those people that rekindle memories of what used to be become more precious. But Margaret did that for people. She was a vital tonic that revitalized any who had the pleasure of her company. Tiny, spirited, winsome with a lyrical laugh and unmistakable accent and aplomb that I always felt was rooted in the Irish heritage of our Grandma Edith Reid. She faced her diagnosis as she did her life - on her terms, resolutely, with grace and courage. Heart felt condolences to Uncle Mac, Aunt Edith, Tom, Marie and to all her family and friends at her side through it all.
From: Rob and Cathy Wallace
Our condolences to the family on the loss of Margaret. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time
From: Sharon Bradley
So sorry to read about your sister Tom. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
From: Susan Neelands
Condolences To all of Marg's family and friends