Parkland Funeral Services

3502 44th Ave, Stony Plain, AB


Margaret May (Fraser) Thiebaud

Passed away on February 7, 2020

The family of Margaret May Thiebaud announces her passing on Friday, February 7, 2020 at the age of 79 years.

She is survived by her loving family, Ernie Thiebaud, Brenda (Albert) Mitchell, Tim (Laurie) Goerlitz, Kari (Roy) Milne, Michelle (Troy) Gruhlke, 12 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, her brother Doug Fraser, sister Evelyn Gushaty, and their families.

A Celebration of Life will be held Thurs Feb 20, 2020, 1pm at Parkland Funeral Services 3502 - 44 Ave Stony Plain, AB.


20 February

Celebration of Life

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Parkland Funeral Services

3502 44th Ave
Stony Plain, AB T7Z1L1

20 February


2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Stony Plain United Church

5012 51 Avenue
Stony Plain, AB T7Z1C2


Margaret May (Fraser) Thiebaud

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Lynne Glata

February 14, 2020

Margaret was a loving, creative, strong, multi-talented, hard-working lady. She touched so many lives that her memory will live on. I was always impressed with her creative talents and sense of humor. Here is a poem I found:
As long as hearts remember
As long as hearts still care
We never part with those we love
They're with us everywhere
So many of our precious memories
Of those we hold dear
Bring peace and comfort to us now
And keep our loved one near.
Condolences to all the family who loved Margaret so much.
Sincerely, Lynne & Gert

Paul Wadge

February 14, 2020

From weaving willow baskets to the fairytale forest. Margaret was extremely talented and loved to share her passion with others. A kind hearted lady who ALWAYS had time for me. She was such a good neighbor and she will be missed.

eugene gus gushaty

February 14, 2020

Condolences to the family. May Margaret rest in peace.

Carmen Waygood

February 13, 2020

She was a wonderful neighbor and friend for many years. Like Betty said she was always a very crafty person. But my favorite memory is: Margaret made my sisters car topper for her wedding. It was beautiful. Dad told me to park the car in the garage as it was starting to snow. Well the garage door was lower than the car topper so it snapped in 2. I was devastated. Thank goodness Margaret was still at our house so I quietly told her what I did...she said no one needed to know and she went out and fixed it, joking and laughing even though it required extra work from her. She did tell my sister and family what happened but she said it in a funny way so no one was upset the night before the wedding. She is definitely going to be missed, by family and friends alike. She was an asset to the neighborhood!

Betty Milne

February 11, 2020

A very talented handicraft lady, she will be remembered by many who have shared projects with her. Condolences to the family.
Love Betty