Condolence: Dear Jocelyn, Graham, David and families,
Your sister Margie was a beautiful person inside and out and you can be very proud to have called her your sister. It’s been a few years since we visited Newfoundland but we fondly remember the great visit we had with the whole family last time we were there. Like everyone else said Margie put herself before others and that truly shows the sort of person she was both with family, congregation and work. We thoroughly enjoyed being able to listen to the service on line and know that there was alot of support for you during this very sad time. We hope that knowing your families that are away are most certainly thinking of you all during this most difficult time in our thoughts and prayers. Love to you all, Cousin Ralph and Valerie.
Condolence: Dear Jocelyn, David and the rest of the extended 'Snow Family', memories are precious and at a time like this can bring comfort to all of you. My strongest memories of Margie are of her kind, quiet, beautiful 'self'. That is who she was, whether at a meeting, assembly, convention, or at (high) school - she was 'Margie'- sweet smile and sparkly eyes! We look forward to receiving her back, along with our other loved ones who are resting in Jehovah's memory. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of her family.
Condolence: Dear David, Graham, Jocelyn, family and friends,
If thoughts, words and emotions could be felt, they would wrap all of you in love that eclipses the pain of loss of such a beloved sister, aunt, cousin and friend. As a cousin, I will fondly remember Margie’s sweet face that was easy to smile and laugh with gentle kidding. Always a kind word to say that made others feel good. May the many memories of special moments and times together remain in our hearts until the day there will be no more tears of sadness. Joss, Graham, Dave and your families, our thoughts and prayers are with each of you at this time and in the days ahead. With love and sincerest condolences, Jocelyn and Darrell
Condolence: I was surprised to hear of Margie illness and passing. We were good friends in high school. Dave and I were best friends and I was known for hanging around the Snow family home quite often. My thoughts and prayers go out to the surviving family Dave, Jocelyn, Donnie and Graham. I was just looking at the the high school year book for 1968-1969 one of the statements Margie made under (Fondest Dream) was to live forever. It looks like she will be getting that wish in the paradise. Looking forward to seeing you again Margie
Condolence: Dearest Jocilyn, Graham, Janice, David and Molly, and extended families. After reading the other Condolences, a common thread runs through the Sentiments - of the Margie we all knew, treasured and loved! She touched the lives and hearts of those who knew her. We all Pray for Jehovah to Comfort, and Sustain you. Just as Jesus called Lazarus and reunited him with Martha and Mary, and they were besides themselves with ecstasy - so ‘He Will Call’ and reunite us with our Faithful and Loyal Loved Ones! Keep in Eager Expectation! Warmest Love and Heartfelt Sympathies, Jane
So sorry to hear about Margie's passing. I always enjoyed our conversations and her quiet way. Whenever I see something in light pink, I always think of her. So glad we have the hope of the resurrection at times like this. I know you have wonderful memories of her that will help you get thru the difficult times. My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you all.
Condolence: I am still in shock after hearing of Margie’s passing. We were blessed to of had her in our family and lives. She was a wonderful woman with a loving heart, a beautiful smile that put a sparkle in her eyes. She has touched many hearts and will be greatly missed. Think of all the fun, happy times you had and I hope you find some comfort in them at this difficult time. You and the rest of the family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Lots of Love,
Sandie, Calvin & Abby xoxoxo
Condolence: So sad to hear of Margie's passing. What a beautiful soul! I worked with Margie for many years. So glad I had the opportunity to get to know her. It was easy to tell how much she loved and cherished her family. She would beam with pride when she spoke of them, especially the little ones! Such a smart, kind hearted person. So sad she was taken from this earth so soon! My deep condolences to the family. I will cherish my memories of her!