May 13, 1923 – March 23, 2018
Lamont, Margaret – in her 95th year, peacefully passed away on Friday, March 23, 2018 at her home at Amica in Dundas, Ontario with her devoted husband Vincent of 72 years by her side. She is survived by daughters Lynn (Bob), Jan (Gary) and sons Robert (Jane) and Jamie (Lynn). “Grammie” was a proud and loving grandmother to Tim, Johanna, Julie, Jennifer, Tracy (predeceased), Adam, Adrian, Paul, Rachel and Steph. She was also “GG Ma” to 13 great-grandchildren and predeceased by great-grandson Cameron. Margaret was an artist and enjoyed a lifetime of family fun, playing the piano, bridge, working with her favorite charities, and her creative art. Friends will be received by the family on Thursday, March 29th from 1:00 until the time of Margaret’s Celebration of Life at 2:00 at AMICA AT DUNDAS, 50 Hatt Street, Dundas. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Dundas Valley School of Art, CNIB or a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.
Our sympathies to all the Lamont family for the loss of Mrs. Lamont. We remember her poise, classic style and being Grammie.
I have many lovely memories of Maggie. She was a fun and vivacious woman who had a lot of fun with my mom. Love to Vince and all of the family.
A bright and beautiful light that will be remembered dearly.
Our love to you Lamonts
Ashley & Enzo
Bob and I were saddened to read of Margaret’s death. We have fond memories of your days living on Emerald Crescent. We especially remember Marg working in the courts as a transcriber, a special skill not many people could handle. Also, we remember Marg emailing family members to co-ordidnate the dinners at your cottage.
Our sincere sympathy to you Vincent and your family. Not many couples celebrate 72 years of marriage. We are almost at 60 years.
Bob and Anne Wingfield=
Thinking of the Lamonts during this time, thoughts and prayers are with you.
Our deepest condolences to Uncle Vince and Family on the passing of Auntie Marg.
My mother, Mary Russell, once told me how much she admired Marg’s way of never having a mean thing to say about another person.
Auntie Marg will be remembered with great fondness!
So many wonderful times with Marg Lamont and family and the Russell family over so many years. Entwined memories always treasured and always remembered!
Jane and Gerhard Kasprowicz and Family
To the Lamount family I send my deepest condolences. Marg was a beautiful spirit, very kind and generous. I admired her creative skills and support towards my creative endeavours. She will be greatly missed xx
Our sympathies Jan, to you and your family. We are not able to get to the funeral but we will be thinking of you.
We have missed Margaret for some time as health and distance kept us apart. Our deepest sympathies to our relatives. May peace, love and fond memories sustain you now.
I am an old high school friend of Jamie’s. I have such fond memories of both Margaret and Vince from my youth. Weekends at the cottage on Bird Lake, working hard then followed by a lovely meal and many hands at the bridge table, not that many teens now play bridge. Mrs. Lamont was always very kind to me and always made me feel more than welcome. A true lady. I am saddened to hear of her passing but am also happy that she had such a joyous life. My heart goes out to Lynn, Jan, Bob, Jamie and of course Vince. Take solace in knowing that I think of the Lamonts often.