Stewart, Maggie Gerrie

Stewart, Maggie Gerrie "Peggy"

November 7th, 2016

On Monday, November 7th, 2016 peacefully at Dearness Home, surrounded by her family, Maggie “Peggy” Stewart of London at the age of 100.  Beloved wife of the late John Stewart (November 2013). Loving mother of Gordon (and his late wife Ellen) of London, Donna Kruger (Darcy) of London and Craig (Dawn) of Wyoming. Cherished Granny of Jason, Sarah, Erin, Ryan, Collin, Katie, Dustin and Cameron and Great-Granny of Emma, Claire, Brody, Logan, Binyam and Lerato. Predeceased by her granddaughter Margaret. The family wish to express their thanks to the Dearness Home and the staff of 5 West for the care and compassion shown to their Mom. A Celebration of Life will be conducted at the WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Friday, November 18th, 2016 at 4:00 p.m., with visitation one hour prior. Those wishing to make a donation in Peggy’s memory are asked to consider the Canadian Cancer Society.

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GordGoodbye for now to the best mom ever. Your loving Gentle Spirit will be remembered forever in this family. I've always been proud to call you mom. Love you. SayHi to Dad for me.
Erin To my sweet Granny, we'll love you and miss you forever xoxo. Love Erin, Mike, Emma & Claire
Jane Bowie Dearest Auntie Peg Thinking of you and Uncle John I have lots of happy memories, I just wish I could of cuddled you one last time! It was always my wish to visit you in Canada. Until we meet again RIP lovely lady lots of love always Jane. Xox And also sending lots of love from your sister Elsie. Xox
Sue and Steve CollinsSending our heartfelt condolences to the Stewart family for the recent loss of your mother, Granny, Great Granny, sister and aunt. Whatever place of honour you hold in the family Peggy most certainly held the position of matriarch in the Stewart ' clan'. She will always be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all, Deeply saddened, Sue and Steve Collins and family.
Diane and John BulhoesDear Gord and family, our deepest condolences for your loss. Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. xxoo
Phyllis Mann (Vowles)To Peggy's family, thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Peggy will always be remembered in our family as a dear and cherished friend to our Mother during her time at the Dearness. Condolences on the loss of this sweet lady.
Darcy and DonnaMom I have spent this last week, looking at pictures memories .smiles came flooding back. I am so thankful that Gord and I were with you as you peacefully went to join Dad. I am s grateful that Darcy and I moved back to London and had the last two years with you. Thank you for being you and for the wonderful childhood you and Dad gave us kids. Give Dad and Margaret a kiss and hug for me. Till we all meet again.
Ann FindlaterTo Peggy's family our deepest condolences. I knew your Mother and Father they were a wonderful couple, my late husband and I spent some nice times with them through the St Andrews Society.
Ken / Debbie GaskinDearest auntie Peggy You and John were our new relatives in Canada. Your always smiling face and freshjugs of Freshie made Canada a wonderful adventure rather than a fearful trauma. Donna and Gordon and Craig became our new cousins.we are so glad you had the chance to meet our grandsons last month. We will cherish our memories of you and John always.
Wendy and David ParisianDear Gord and family, Our sincerest condolences at the loss of your dear Mom. She will be missed but this is surely more of a celebration of a wonderful life. May the many years of memories keep you smiling. Love and prayers from the Parisian family.
Janet, Christine & AndrewDear Gordon, Donna, Craig and family, We are so very sorry for the loss of your mom and our dear Auntie Peggy. We have such fond memories of our families growing up together. She will always hold a very special place in our hearts. She was such a kind and special lady and best friend to our mom. I am sure they are enjoying a good cup of tea and lots of laughs together. Love to you all, Janet, Christine & Andrew
Fay Angus-KnowlesAuntie Peggy has always held a dear place in our hearts. She will be very much missed. Such a special lady and a lovely auntie and great-auntie. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. We remember all the good times. Very fond memories of our visit to Canada when we stayed with auntie Peggy and Uncle John. Her chocolate chip cookies were just the best! Sending our heartfelt condolences to you all, Fondest love from Norma, Bill and Fay in Scotland xxx
Julie Saari and familyGord, Erin and my sweet Stewart family, I have many fond memories of your granny Boo. I remember her sweet voice and her caring heart. She always asked me about my family and in particular my little sister Victoria. She was always at any party and just enjoyed watching her and your papa talk to each other. Quite comical. May she rest in peace. Love you so so.
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