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MARGARET MACLENNAN (GERMAN)
Born: Nov 01, 1940
Date of Passing: Jun 26, 2020Offer Condolences or Memory
Margaret is survived by children, Elizabeth Martinuk (Tim), Bruce Plant; and former husband Jack Plant. Margaret's brothers, Harvey (Ruth) German and Gary German in Chatham, ON. Margaret leaves behind six grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
Margaret was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Gertrude German; siblings, Irene (John) Volkes, Ellen (Lloyd) Chapman and Audrey (Cliff) Jackson in Chatham, Ontario region. Margaret's second husband Charles (Bud) MacLennan also preceded her.
Margaret was born on November 1, 1940 in Chatham, ON to Henry and Gertrude German. Margaret married Jack Plant, her high school sweetheart in 1960. After moving around a lot with her husband's military postings Margaret finally settled down in Winnipeg, MB. Margaret enjoyed working for Bristol Aerospace as an Administrative assistant until her retirement. After retirement Margaret enjoyed volunteering at the Grace hospital in the "Muffin and Gift" shops. Margaret married her second husband Bud MacLennan in 2002 whom she met through the Rebekahs and Oddfellows.
Margaret was well involved in the church community where ever she lived. Margaret was a leader with the Brownies and Girl Guides. A dedicated member of the Rebekahs and Oddfellows, where she held the President and other offices. Margaret was a leader with Theta Rho a junior branch of the Rebekahs. Margaret was also a member of the International Training in Communications (ITC) where she was President.
We would like to thank the Healthcare Professionals at Health Sciences Centre, CancerCare Manitoba, WRHA palliative care, and WFPS responders for all of their help.
A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home, 4000 Portage Avenue. Please call 204-885-9715 between 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to RSVP.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Manitoba Memorial Eye Foundation, 4025 Roblin Blvd., Winnipeg, MB R3R 3V5.
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As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 11, 2020
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
Margaret was my Mom's youngest sister and a very dear Aunt to me, even thou she moved away to Winnipeg a few years ago, we kept in touch and was planning a well deserved reunion this year, My heart is not only saddened by her passing, but unexpected. As we all will miss her deeply, her memories are happy ones and always in our hearts, My thoughts and prayers are with her family, God bless her. Valeri (Chapman) Veltri - Posted by: valeri Veltri (Niece) on: Aug 02, 2020
I knew Margaret from Magellan Aerospace. Lovely lady and always smiling. My sympathy goes out to the family. - Posted by: Charlotte Stairs (Old friend) on: Jul 17, 2020
My sincere condolences during this difficult time period with the passing of your loved one. Forty years ago I met Margaret while dating Beth. I knew she was a hard worker, a good mom and while being Beth's boyfriend she was civil and courteous while we dated. Although not being superstitious I had a vision last week while at work that brought her into my thoughts. I trust you approve as I took the liberty to post her obituary on the plant bulletin board hoping some of her long term co-workers past and present might share in the thoughts of the passing of your loved one who worked many years at our plant prior to her retirement. God Bless. - Posted by: Kris Anderson (Beth's friend) on: Jul 16, 2020
I knew Margaret for many years. She was totally devoted to service in the church and it’s members. She will live on in our hearts. May she Rest In Peace. - Posted by: Dave Follette (Friend Parishioner) on: Jul 13, 2020
Margaret had a faith for her Lord as big as all outdoors. She was uplifted when offering Eucharist to anyone. And my dear friend could sing like a bird. Margaret loved to praise through song. I cannot imagine 17 Wing Chapel without Margaret there. "Be not afraid. I go before you always. Come follow me, and I will give you rest." Margaret knew she was going home to her Lord. May all of Margaret's family be comforted by the knowledge that she is truly in the Lord's Peace. Thanks Be To God. - Posted by: Christina Barrett (friend and fellow Anglican Layreader) on: Jul 11, 2020
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