M. June Margrett
July 9, 1914 ~ September 15, 2008
Greece: After a brief illness, on Monday, September 15, a resident of Woodland Village, June was born on July 9, 1914, the daughter of William “Web” and Florence Wood Malley. On May 6, 1939 she married Raymond F. Margrett who predeceased her in 1984. Predeceased by her son, Daniel Margrett; daughter, Peggy Ann Margrett; two brothers, William and Edward Malley; and sister, Virginia Young. Survived by sons, Robert(Penny) of Sheboygan, WI and William of London, ON, Canada; grandchildren, Gregory(Deborah)Margrett, of Brookfield, WI, Jeffrey(Dr. Jennifer)Margrett of Ames, IA and Anh Margrett of London, ON, Canada; great –grandchildren, Nathan, Nicholas, Hannah, and Quinn Margrett; sister, Patricia Wilson; sister-in-law, Carol Malley; many nieces and nephews and dear friend, Marge Johnson. Along with her husband, June was instrumental in forming what became the Rochester chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. At her request, there will be no calling hours. Memorial Service and Interment at the convenience of the family. Those wishing may make donations to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 550 Latona Rd, Bldg D, Suite 408, Rochester, NY 14626 in June’s memory
I was sorry to read of June’s passing. Until recently I was the nurse in Dr. Peterson’s office and spoke frequently with her. She and my mother were room mates in rehab when she broke her hip and my mother had surgery. She never failed to inquire about my mother and her caring and concern for others was very apparent. My thoughts are with you. Donna
Mrs Margrett was an incredible woman and I am sorry to hear of her passing. She and Mr. Margrett were a strong and loving couple. Such spirit and grace. Peggy was one of my closest friends and I remember the faith and strength her parents had through such difficult losses.
I am so sorry
My sincere condolences to Bob and Bill and family on reading of June’s passing. I remember her with so much fondness and still can see her beautiful smile. She and Red were that special couple and she is now reunited with him. Love to you all.
My mother , the former Louise Rice Furlong spoke to me many times about her wonderful friend June… Wish I had known her myself… .. I know you must all miss her terribly… I know too that she passed a number of years ago, so I appreciate the opportunity to pass on to you my thoughts and prayers for my Mother’s dear friend from long ago..
Sincerely , Joyce Furlong Clark