9 April, 1930 – 27 November, 2019
Passed away peacefully at Innisfree House, Kitchener on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at the age of 89.
Beloved wife of 69 years to Hugh Keenan. Loving mother of Raymond Keenan (Carla) and cherished grandmother of Justin Keenan (Amanda) and Danielle Sangiuliano (Jason). Proud great-grandmother of Dylan Sangiuliano, Jack Keenan, Camden Sangiuliano, and August Keenan. Margaret will also be lovingly remembered by her nieces Kathleen Wright and Diane Polley.
The family wish to thank the staff and volunteers at Innisfree House for their compassionate care. In accordance with her wishes, a private family service has taken place with burial at Mount View Cemetery.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to Innisfree House would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the T. Little Funeral Home (519) 623-1290.
Private Family Service
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Doug & Donna Sommerville
4 December 2019
Our heartfelt sympathy to you Ray and your family in the loss of your mother. We had the pleasure of meeting her at the club many times.
3 December 2019
Thinking of Margaret's dear husband Hugh and Raymond and Carla at this difficult time. My heart felt condolences to all family and friends. I enjoyed hearing all her wonderful stories and analogies. She had the best advice to give. You could sit down and talk to her for hours. I hope you are at peace and you will always be one of my guardian angels looking over me. Margaret had the biggest heart. I am so lucky to have had her in my life. Xo lots of love -Kerri Gress Paramed Nurse.
30 November 2019
Margaret Keenan, my Aunt Margaret, was one of those special aunt’s that felt more like a second mom. She treated my sister Kathleen, and I, more like her daughters than her nieces. Always there when we needed her and even when we didn’t realize we needed her. Growing up she would have us over for sleepovers and always made sure we had a fantastic time with her, Uncle Hugh and Raymond. She introduced us to make up products and it made us feel like we were little princesses. She taught us how to be creative when wrapping presents and making crafts. We would go on dinner adventures, like KFC when we would eat drumsticks in the car on the way home and take Rex for walks in the country. We would always have Keenan get togethers, either in Scarborough or Galt, and never minded the drive because we were going to see Aunt Margaret, Uncle Hugh and Raymond. As an adult, we would have many long conversations sharing our lives and talking about the past and our family in Northern Ireland. Aunt Margaret was a loving, giving, creative person who loved music and looking after all the people in her life, whether they were family or friend. She will be sadly missed and I truly feel blessed for having her in my life.
Love Diane, Glenn, Scott & Amy and Andrew