Harder Sawatzky Margaretha  June 26 1925

Harder Sawatzky Margaretha June 26 1925 December 11 2018

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HARDER – Margaretha (Marge) was called by her Saviour to a new and glorious home on Dec. 11, 2018. The first born daughter of Mennonite immigrants in the 1920s, Marge was a kind-hearted lady with a delightful smile. She was predeceased by her parents, brother Len, husband George, beloved granddaughter Hayley, and son Vic. She is survived by her children Bruce and Eileen, Ron, Les and Kathy, and Debi and Barry; grandchildren Darrell and Sarah, Robin and Mike, Barry and Donna, Greg and Betty, Jordan, and Daniel and Natalie; and great-grandchildren Logan and Kaleena, Sheldon, Keith, Rachel, Jacob, Lindsay, Jack, and Charlie. Marge will be lovingly remembered by her extended family, friends and neighbours. We will celebrate her life on Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at the Olivet Church, 2630 Langdon Street, Abbotsford. Thank you to the staff at Terrace East and the Abbotsford Hospital for your gentle care.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Harder Sawatzky Margaretha June 26 1925
December 11 2018..

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Death notice for the town of: Abbotsford, Province: Colombie britanique

death notice Harder Sawatzky Margaretha June 26 1925
December 11 2018

mortuary notice Harder Sawatzky Margaretha June 26 1925
December 11 2018

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