Marguerite Wiggins - Baise

4 September, 193513 July, 2021

BAISE, Marguerite (née Wiggins) - Passed peacefully surrounded by family at the Cornwall Community Hospital on Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Beloved wife of the late Frank Baise. Loving mother of Elena and Yvonne. Cherished grandmother of Tyler (Bridget) and great-grandmother of Nohlan, Leela, & Kye. Loving sister of William (Lis). Beloved "Auntie" of Bob, Chris (Steve), Billy, Steven (Lori-Ann) and families. Predeceased by her parents William and Alice (nee Brodbeck) and brother Robert.

Funeral private.

Donations to the Cornwall Community Hospital Foundation would be greatly appreciated.


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Marguerite Wiggins - Baise

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Gayle Clifford

17 July 2021

My sympathies Bill & Liz on the loss of your sister & sister-in- law Marguerite. I remember her & the Wiggins family well. Marguerite was always smiling & happy and very outgoing. Although we were 11 years apart in age I was the 2nd youngest of 9 children in my family so all my older siblings were friends with Marguerite and Robert and we all grew up together and lived close by to one another. Our parents were very close friends as well so we always saw alot of each other and of your Dad and Mom. I hope that you are spared any further sorrow . May she rest in peace ,❤️🌹

Louise Jarrold

16 July 2021

Marguerite was an elegant lady and also someone who was very courageous. One thing I'll always remember was how she lit up when talking about her family. We had planned so many activities now that things are opening up and I feel cheated that I won't be able to spend time with my friend ever again. Still, I am lucky to have know known her and to have many happy memories of our times together. Rest in peace, Marguerite, and thank you for being my friend.

Edna Knorr

15 July 2021

I knew Marguerite from the New Comers Club ... last September 29 (my birthday) she called me and asked if I was home ... she was coming over with a gift ... she did not have the energy to go up the satires ... when she arrived at my building she called me and I went to the car ... she presented me with a birthday card and a bottle of wine she proceeded to say that she wanted to wish me a happy birthday in person ... I was most impressed and humbled that as ill as she was she would make the the effort ... my deepest condolences to the family ... she was a lovely lovely person and will be missed
Edna Knorr

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