April 15, 1937 – September 18, 2018

Hambly, Margaret (nee Jones) – Maggie passed away peacefully on September 18, 2018, at the age of 81, after a short and unexpected diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer. Beloved wife of the late Don Hambly (1995) and loving Mum to Victoria (Harry Coffie) and Barry (Hanri Jobert). Donations to the Alzheimer Society or the Trillium Gift of Life Network would be greatly appreciated. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will take place on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. followed by a reception until 5:00 p.m. at Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main St., Dundas.

4 Messages to Hambly, Margaret “Maggie” (nee Jones)

  • Muriel Westmorland

    I am so sorry I was away during this time but had chatted with Maggie on the phone a few weeks before she went into hospital. She was a special friend who always kept in touch even though she had given up the computer and communicating through other devices!! She would phone and start off with”Maggie here”. Maggie was the first Physiotherapist I met in Canada through Home Care in 1970 and we remained friends since then. Maggie was a determined person who knew what she wanted and her strong love for her children never wavered. I will miss you Maggie and will be present to help celebrate your life on November 3rd!
    My thoughts and condolences to Vicki and Barrie and family.

  • Lela Simovic

    Victoria and Barry, my sincere condolences to you both on the sudden passing of your beloved Mum. She was the co-captain of your formative years and family adventures. She had wit, loved a good giggle (as she often said) and was a keen reader. Hikes, gardens and travel were other joys she shared with family and friends, as well as good food and of course, cats. Please let your Aunt B. know that she is thought of too at this time of loss.

    Harry and Hanri, you expanded Mrs. Hambly’s family circle and shared many occasions together. Time spent with Mrs. Hambly was always memorable and may you recall her fondly.

  • Caroline Gill

    Thoughts are with you Victoria & Harry and Barry & Hanri.

    Maggie, you were always such a caring physiotherapist, a wonderful person and a wealth of knowledge about home care. Remembering some of the great times we all had at Therapy Health Care; you were fun to be around!

  • Patricia Barton

    My condolences to Victoria and other family members on hearing of Maggie`s death.
    We spent many happy hours together over many years singing with Bach Elgar Choir. Singing or working there was always fun when Maggie was around and the work got done. Great memories.
    Pat Barton

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