Margaret Carol Monroe
August 12, 1944 ~ September 9, 2022
Toronto , Canada
Resided in: Greece , NY
Margaret Carol (Reppen) Monroe
Greece: Born, August 12, 1944, Passed, September 9, 2022. Predeceased by her parents, John and Grace Reppen; her brothers, Jack, David, and Ken Reppen. Survived by her husband, John Monroe; her children, Suzanne (Rich) Marr, John D. (Kellie) Monroe and David R. (Ke) Monroe; her grandchildren, Courtney Marr, Kathlyn Monroe, Emilee Marr, Callan Monroe, Jackson Monroe, and Kubrick Monroe. A servant to her church and to her community. A friend to all who met her. An example for all to follow. You will be missed our dear sweet Margaret.
Her Memorial Service will be celebrated Saturday, (Oct 15th) 1:00 PM at Greece Baptist Church, 1230 Long Pond Road. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Greece Baptist Church, the ALS Society of Western N.Y. or a charity of your choice in her memory.
Celebration of Life: October 15, 2022 1:00 pm
Greece Baptist Church
1230 Long Pond Road
Rochester , NY 14626
A truly wonderful lady. Whenever there was a need Margaret was the first one there. My deepest sympathy to her family.
So sorry to learn of Margaret’s passing. She was such a caring and warm person. Margaret will be missed. Our sympathy and love to the Monroe family.
My deepest sympathies to the family. Margaret was a dear friend to my mother Jane Dobles and a faithful visitor when Mom was ill. She always brought a box of chocolates which I found so endearing. I am sorry to be out of town for the service, I’m certain it will be a beautiful and befitting memorial to Margaret’s life.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to Courtney, and her whole family, at this time of her Grandma’s passing. We never had the honor of meeting Grandma, but Courtney spoke very highly of her all the time, and I know she had a very close relationship with her that will be truly missed. May Courtney, and the whole family, find some comfort in the many lasting memories that were formed together. I know that my Jake has many great memories of times spent together with both grandparents, both here in Greece and in trips to Canada with Courtney. I’m sure her service will reflect the love she showed her whole family. Again, our deepest sympathy to Courtney and her whole family.