Robertson, Margaret Elizabeth

It is with heavy hearts and much love that we say goodbye to our mother, grandmother and great grandmother Margaret Elizabeth Robertson (nee Mullowney), who passed away June 28, 2021, at the age of 85 years.

Marg is survived by her loving husband of 67 years, Ken.  She will be forever remembered by her children Michael (Moyra), Deborah (Kim) and Clark. Grandchildren Angella (Jonathan), Adam and Elizabeth (Tim). Great grandchildren Hayden, Quinton, Carter, Pierce and Ivy.  Marg, affectionately referred to as “Margie”, was an aunt and great-aunt to many nieces and nephews.

Marg was predeceased by her parents, Gladys and Michael Mullowney and her brother John.

Her unwavering support and unconditional devotion played a key role in contributing to the highly successful career of her husband, Chief Warrant Officer (Retired) Robertson, who served 36 years with the Canadian Armed Forces.  In her younger years, Marg was an avid curler and when she could no longer participate in the sport, you could find her glued to the TV cheering on talented teams competing at the Brier.  In her late forties, Marg decided to go to school and become a hairdresser graduating in 1984. Nothing gave her greater joy than visiting nursing homes and get the ladies “all dolled up” as she called it.  Among many other talents, Marg was an accomplished cook and was notorious for making the most amazing butter tarts.

The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the wonderful staff at the Fort Saskatchewan Community hospital and Rivercrest Care Centre, for their kindness, support and care shown to Marg during her final days.

Cremation has already taken place.  In lieu of flowers, please consider contributing to The Salvation Army or worthy cause of your choice.

Serenity Funeral Service – Fort Saskatchewan – 780-998-1422

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Ron Mullowney

Ken,Mike,Debbie,Clarke and families Our condolences on Margie’s passing. She will be missed but not forgotten. I remember visiting one time in the Valley and all she wanted to talk about was her Vette. She finally said come out to the garage and I will show you. She was right only thing it was a Chevette not a Corvette.
Ron & Ruth

Debbie Tougas

Mom had a great sense of humour and this story is worth sharing. A short time after Mom and Dad bought their condo, they had the opportunity to purchase a second parking spot. A deed to the parking spot was given after the purchase and Mom often referred to herself as a “wealthy land owner.” She joked said that since she is being cremated she wanted her ashes sprinkled over her “land.”

Deb Annesty

Uncle Ken, Mike, Deb, Clarke & Families, our sincere condolences to you all. We were blessed to share many years with Aunt Marg & Uncle Ken in the Annapolis Valley of NS. Not a Thanksgiving Dinner ever passes without us recalling our many fond memories and laughters of our time together. Her turkey pan and Bargain Harley’s potatoes masher are still being put to good use and her salsa and pumpkins were always a big hit with the family. Love to you all, Florence, John, Pat, Deb, Brent & Girls

Marty Vanden Hanenberg

My deepest condolences to Ken and to all of Margaret’s family & friends. I know very well through my friend Clark’s stories of admiration of his parents, how well loved she was and how terribly she will be missed…

Michael Mullowney (little big mike)

I am so saddened to hear this. We visited often when we lived in Edmonton. Ken and Clark my condolences go out to you and your families. She was a great person and will truly be missed. I remember visiting in the valley when we were kids and remember the visits I had in Edmonton.

Donald Reader

Debbie and Kim, Ken, Mike, Clark and Families. Please accept Shirley and My Sincere, Heartfelt Condolences on your loss of a wonderful Lady. She was an endearing Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. She will be lovingly remembered by all who knew her. God Bless.
Shirley and Donnie Reader.

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