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Margaret Dragman

Margaret Constance Dragman

Friday, August 2nd, 1918 - Tuesday, May 5th, 2020
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Obituary

Margaret Constance Dragman (nee White), passed away peacefully in her 102nd year at West Vancouver May 05, 2020.

Survived by her children, Vern (Lorna), June (Michael), Renie (John).
She was predeceased by loving husband Ernie in 2000.

Margaret was an avid gardener and lived in the family home in Lynn Valley (still caring for her cat, feeding birds, squirrels, and deer) until October 2014, when she moved to West Vancouver at age 96.

The family would like to thank the wonderful caregivers and staff at Capilano Care Centre who looked after our mother until well past her 101st birthday.

The family plans a private scattering of Margaret's, Ernie's and their beloved cat, Mishka's, ashes.

Anyone who remembers Margaret Dragman may wish to make a donation in her name to the Alzheimer's Society of BC or the BCSPCA.
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Renie

Posted at 11:49am
Happy 102nd Birthday, Mum! Miss you.

Love, Renie
MI

Marius Ionescu

Posted at 09:43pm
Dear June and Michael,
I first met Margaret in the early 80's when I was about 10 years old. She and her husband Ernest were visiting Romania and they stopped at our home and we all had dinner. My brothers and I were very excited to have visitors from Canada! They brought us gifts, toys and candy.
I saw her again in North Vancouver in 2004, when we (myself , my wife and our daughter) moved to Canada. June and Michael had welcomed us in our new country. I remember Margaret being in great spirits, a lively and witty lady.
All our love,
Marius, Codrutza and Natalia Ionescu

MI

Marius Ionescu

Posted at 06:53pm
Our warmest condolences,
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Heartfelt Sympathies

Posted at 06:41pm
Love from June and Michael.
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June Dragman

Posted at 06:37pm
Dear Mom,
Even though you're gone, you are still part of our lives. Our house is also full of your memories. The photo albums, slides, records, tapes and videos... and the old machines to play them with.

Your early life during the Depression, when your father died, and you had to quit school and go to work in a factory to support your mom, must have been really difficult. But later you were able to finish school and then go to teachers' college and eventually teach in a one-room schoolhouse in Midland, Ontario. That's where Daddy came into your life.

You and Dad made many trips to Europe, especially Romania to visit his relatives. You also took Renie and me on some of those trips to meet our larger family and see the world.

We miss your sense of humour and the twinkle in your eye. If all the deer, birds and squirrels and even the occasional bear that came through your lovely wild garden could speak, they would say they missed you too!

Love,
June and Michael
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