Marjorie McClean

Peacefully, on July 14 , 2019, Mrs. Marjorie McClean passed away at the age of 98 years. Marjorie resided in Fort Saskatchewan and area for 90 years, the other 8 years she homesteaded on a farm near New Sarepta with her beloved husband Jim.

Marjorie was predeceased by her husband Jim and her 14 dear siblings. She was the last remaining member of the Fischer family, who came to Alberta from the Parry Sound Colony, Ontario. The Fischer family were one of the first pioneer settler families in the district, arriving in 1892 before Alberta was a province.

Marjorie will be forever loved and remembered by her surviving children, Judy, Grant (Bev), Hugh, Sharon (Ed), Sandy (Pat), Rodney (Marla), Bonnie (Jim), 17 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, numerous nephews and nieces, 2 sisters-in-law, Pauline Fischer and Doreen Fischer and numerous extended family members.

Respecting Marjorie’s wishes, cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at her beloved church, Christ Lutheran Church 9909-90 Street, Fort Saskatchewan on Thursday July 25, 2019 at 1:00 pm. Interment to follow at Fort Saskatchewan Cemetery.

Please join the family following the interment at the Normandy Room, Royal Canadian Legion, 9964-93 Avenue, Fort Saskatchewan.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Marjorie’s honor may be made to Christ Lutheran Church, Fort Saskatchewan, and/or The Canadian Cancer Society. Condolences may be sent to www.serenity.ca.

The family wishes to thank the caring staff of the Rivercrest Care Center and Dr. Stecyk for their outstanding care and compassion to Mom over her last remaining years.

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9909-90 Street Fort Saskatchewan AB CA

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Pauline Fischer, Jo-Anne & Paul Cassidy, Cheryl & Neil Prior

As a sister in law and a special Aunt, she is remembered for living her life to the fullest for as long as she was able. We admired her as she carried on in life with spunk and joy no matter what it presented. She enjoyed her friends and family. We have so many memories of travel companionship, fishing trips, bingo, weddings, her amazing cooking, baking and especially her popcorn balls. She worked so hard at her job, volunteered and showed love and kindness at all times. A real champion and an example to emulate. We were proud to have her in our lives.

Heather Hiller

I have so many happy memories of Auntie Margie. Whether we were at her home in Fort Saskatchewan or the farm near our home we always had so much fun with her. So much so we often didn’t want to go home. I remember staying with her so she could take us to VBS at her church. She would spoil us with root beer from the great big jug she would get filled at A&W or take us to the outdoor pool. I loved eating the wonderful food she made (especially her chicken stew) and how special and loved she always made us feel. Those memories will always be cherished and we were truly blessed to have her in our lives.

Diane Fischer

On behalf of my mom Doreen and the entire Valmore Fischer part of the Fischer family we would like to send our condolences to all of Auntie Marj’s family. Auntie Marj was an amazingly strong vibrant gentle fun loving soul. She always greeted you with incredible kindness and went out of her way to make you feel special when she saw you. Auntie was an amazing cook and special times with her at family gatherings are fondly remembered. Her ability to raise great kids after losing Uncle Jim too young was a lesson for all in resilience and inner strength. Her love of physical activity and willingness to try just about anything was inspirational to witness. Hers was a life to celebrate and admire. We will miss her dearly.

Bernice & Kathy Nowicki

McClean Family
Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. We have many fond memories of her and your Dad.

Clara Chernichan

I came to know Margie through crib games which she loved .She was also a fun person with a good sense of humor to play .Sympathies to the Family .

Cathy Houston

I have so many great memories of times spent at your home. Aunt Marjie was so full of life, love and fun – we always felt welcomed and loved around her – she was a very special aunt. Love, Cathy

Hugh and Linda Ziprick

Blessing to the whole family. Aunt Marg. is finally resting in peace. She was always a strong and determined lady. She definitely had the Fischer stubbornness. Sorry we won’t be at the memorial. Were going to be “baking” in Nashville watching our grandson shooting in the worlds archery program NASP. God bless your whole family. We’ll be thinking of you. Love Hugh and Linda

Kim and Charlene Israel

We have many fond memories of Aunt Marge during visits to the Fort on Sunday afternoons and other family functions over the years. Aunt Marge will be remembered as a kind sole who loved and lived her life to the fullest.

Lorraine Inkster

To Lorraine and Gerald, Aunt Margy was the best “auntie” ever! She was so very much loved by us. We truly admired her strength and courage after the loss of Uncle Jim. She will remain in our hearts forever.

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