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Marguerite "Margie" Isabel (Ries) Harper

Born: Mon., Sep. 22, 1919
Died: Sat., Apr. 1, 2017

Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 AM Mon., Apr. 10, 2017
Location: Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church

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Prayer Vigil
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church
Castor, Alberta
Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 7:00 P.M.

Mass of Christian Burial
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church
Castor, Alberta
Monday, April 10, 2017
11:00 A.M.

All are welcome to join in Margie’s graveside ceremony following the funeral mass.  As we go in procession to the cemetery, some may wish to walk.  If you wish to walk with the family, please bring appropriate footwear.  A luncheon and reception will be held at the Castor Community Hall following the funeral mass.

Donations in memory of Margie are gratefully accepted to Paintearth Lodge, World Development and Peace (Canada) or Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital Auxiliary.

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Barbara Keller
   Posted Tue April 04, 2017
Margie was one of the nicest ladies I have ever known. My deepest sympathy to the family in your loss.
Sincerely Barbara Kekker

Dolores Scott
   Posted Wed April 05, 2017
Margie has been such a wonderful friend to my Mom and to our entire family. Thank you for sharing your beautiful gift of friendship with the Castor community. My deepest sympathy to her daughters and their families and to all those nieces and nephews.

Marilynn Sander
   Posted Thu April 06, 2017
Margie will be missed by all. She truly cared about each and every person she knew. A SPECIAL lady! Our sympathies to her family.

Al & Marilynn (Nichols) Sander

Phyllis (Long) LaChance
   Posted Thu April 06, 2017
Margie was one of the most wonderful ladies that I had ever met. Definitely a true friend to my Mom and our whole family. She will be deeply missed. My deepest condolences to her family and all her nieces and nephews. You are all in my thought and prayers.

rob nichols
   Posted Mon April 10, 2017
Her celebration was beautiful . I have so many wonderful memories of her . She would call me and congratulate me on my children's milestones always say how proud Her best friend Helen would be....The most recent was she called up to Extended care and said she wasn't feeling well but it's someone's birthday could " you go give him a hug and wish him a Happy birthday for me Dear !" So I did the person beamed knowing she thought of him.... she will be a cherished in my heart ❤ Marilyn Nichols

Geraldine (Servonnet) Fleming
   Posted Fri April 21, 2017
Your mother was a beautiful woman from the inside out! She never had a negative thing to say about anyone and was the most gentle, kindest person I knew. My Mom (Eleanore Servonnet) and I would visit her lots after mass at Castor (for she understood how my Mother felt after losing her husband at the same age she had lost hers), and have a little lunch and tea with her. I think she is the reason I love tea! I remember her having the softest hands ever and I could just listen to her for hours for she just had so much wisdom and knowledge. The last year or so I had been meaning to go back to Castor - just to visit her, but unfortunately did not get there. She will be sadly missed by me, but I sure hope she is sitting and having tea with my Mom up in Heaven!!

Jeanne (Bain) Berg
   Posted Mon April 24, 2017
Margie was a wonderful uplifting spirit who lived the meaning of kindness and caring. It was such an uplifting experience to visit and laugh and share stories with her. I will miss her. My condolences to the family.

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