Margaret Louise Juchli


Margaret Louise Juchli (Hadley) passed away peacefully on October 23, 2018 at the age of 92 years. A loving and devoted wife, mother and grandmother, Margaret was also a world traveler, foster mom, cub scout leader, gardener, volunteer, lake cottager, animal lover and baker of the best Christmas cookies.

She is lovingly remembered by her sons, Rob (Peggy) and Pat (Ruby); daughters, Laurie (Richard) Guest and Shelley (Ken) Ogilvie; sister Vera Scowen; brother Malcolm Hadley; grandchildren, Michael (Trina), Ben (Lydia), Sarah, Shannon (Andy) Dejonghe, Scott (Mel) Guest; great grandchildren, Annaliese Dejonghe, Drew and James; step grand and great grandchildren, Tara, Rod, Laura, Justin, Beth, Leiv, Ella, Ben, Lincoln and Alice. She will be dearly missed by a large extended family, many friends and four devoted family dogs.

Margaret was predeceased by husband, Marcel; infant daughter, Karen; parents, Ralph and Daisy; siblings, Doris, Arnold, Bud, Allyn, Larry and Norman.

The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the wonderful caregivers at the Zetter Care Centre.

Margaret’s wish was to be cremated. A Memorial Service will be held at a future date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Margaret’s name may be made the Dr. Gerald Zetter Care Centre or the Edmonton Humane Society.

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Gram was a fairy Grandmother….she certainly was magical to me. At Grams house I could wear a princess tutu and union jack knee highs. I could have her yummy cookies and eat sugary cereal. I always seemed to ‘find’ new toys and crafts to play with, and new corners to explore. Especially at the lake. Gram spoiled her grandchildren with great joy, and always, always had time to give her attention and soft love. Will remember her for always. Much love to the Juchli family.


Laurie, Richard and family, Sending our thoughts to you and remembering Margaret’s lively story telling and laughter at our mother and daughter gatherings. What an amazing lady-may times shared bring you warmth.
Jo-Anne and Miles Balla

Mere LaTour

I have such wonderful childhood memories of my dear Auntie Margaret, in her perfectly ordered house, her greenhouse, her station wagon, and many many happy times at the lake. She was a class act and will be deeply missed by her family, and everyone else whose life she touched.

Brian Hadley

Aunt Margaret was an important figure while growing up in Edmonton. I fondly remember the birthday parties she arranged. And have great memories of time spent out at the lake. She will be missed.

Denny May

How well I remember the incredible Scouting Trainer Marg was on the Wood Badge Courses we ran at Sylvan Lake. One great lady, a good friend and a wonderful family. Rest peacefully.

Tam Pride

To my cousins who have lost their mother, to their children and their children’s children who have lost their grandmother, may your memories of Margaret bring you comfort and warmth now and always. She was a wonderful presence in my early life, and has made a lasting impact on me. I am a better person for having had her as my aunt. I love you Auntie Margaret.

Joyce Hill

‘Grandma Margaret’ raised an incredible family. She was kind, compassionate and thoughtful to everyone who was fortunate enough to know her. With her gentle Spirit she has left her mark and THAT is a life well lived. We will always love you Grandma Margaret,
Joyce, Blaine, Emily and Jackson xox

Cindi & Gary Williams

Laurie, Richard and family. Please know we are sending our love and sincere condolences to you all. Margaret was an amazing kind and loving person and I consider myself blessed to have known her for so long. Love to you all Gary & Cindi Williams ~ Ajijic Mexico

Catherine Keeling

Dearest Laurie and Richard,
Our heartfelt condolences to all of your family. Margaret was a very special lady and will be forever in our hearts Love to you all.
Catherine and Dave Keeling

Debbie Taylor

Dear Shelley:
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. She truly was a beautiful person. May your memories of her give you peace and comfort.
Debbie Taylor – Edmonton AB

Bob and Judy Mahar

Bob and Judy (Harbin) Mahar. Halifax.
Pat, our thoughts go out to you and your family today. We wish we had gotten to know your mom better but we know she loved to travel and try new things right into her 90’s which is so wonderful. She stayed at our cottage on the Eastern Shore and left a beautiful note for us. Ruby has talked a lot about how close her family is and we hope that will provide you with comfort at this difficult time.

Ralph and Ginger Allen

We had the lovely pleasure of sharing tea with Margaret in Nova Scotia … and eating her cookies with Pat and Ruby at Christmas time … a lovely lady … we share your sadness and hope that your memories make your heart smile. Love all of the Allens in Waverley Nova Scotia

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