OBITUARY: Marguerita Jane (Maggie) DELANEY (1944-2022)

OBITUARY: Marguerita Jane (Maggie) DELANEY (1944-2022)

Marguerita Jane (Maggie) Delaney passed away on May 18 in Toronto surrounded by love and laughter. She is survived by her four brothers, Mike, Bob (Susan Keogh), Tony (Carole Lemay) and John; her nieces and nephews Alison (Jean François Grégoire), Shane (Marria Buch), Bryce (Vannesa Alfaro), Scott, Mickaël (Gillian Wise), Anthony (Corinne Perreault) and Catherine (Alexis Beaudoin); and the family members of Bob Fuller, Maggie’s partner of 17 years who predeceased her, as well as many great-nieces, great-nephews and friends. She lived in Quebec City and Toronto.

Visitation will take place at the Coopérative funéraire des Deux Rives, Centre funéraire du Plateau, 693 avenue Nérée-Tremblay, Quebec City, G1N 4R8 on Saturday, June 25, 2022 from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., followed by a celebration of her life at the Coopérative.

Maggie will be remembered as a loving daughter, sister, aunt and partner to Bob, a patient teacher to many students and a good and loyal friend. She was passionate about curling since she was introduced to the sport in high school and followed it until the very end. We are all hoping that Maggie will be able to curl in the afterlife.

In lieu of flowers, a donation to a cancer society or hospice of your choice would be welcome.

We wish to extend our deepest gratitude to the medical teams at St. Michael’s Hospital, Bridgepoint Rehabilitation Centre and Toronto Grace Hospice in Toronto for their excellent care.

OBITUARY: Marguerita Jane (Maggie) DELANEY (1944-2022) was last modified: June 14th, 2022 by QCT Editor

4 thoughts on “OBITUARY: Marguerita Jane (Maggie) DELANEY (1944-2022)

  1. À toute la famille Delaney, mes plus sincères condoléances pour le décès de Maggie. Nous nous sommes connues au curling et resté en contact lorsqu’elle est déménagée à Toronto. Toujours souriante et aimée de tous. Bon courage 🌺

  2. My dear friend Maggie, with whom I worked at St Patrick school in the 1970s was a dear and close friend to me. I will think of her and cherish our friendship forever. Maggie was a wonderful. kind and caring person and I loved her deeply.

    Her Friend

    Betty Chollet

  3. I was shocked and saddened when I heard about Maggie’s passing. she has been a friend for more than 40 years and we shared many wonderful memories. I have tried calling her in the last several months and was worried when I could not reach her, I have stayed with her in Toronto and she has visited me here in Collingwood. She was a great friend, someone that was easy to talk to and I will miss her. She loved her family and talked a lot about how her brothers supported her when she was diagnosed.

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