16 Mar 1944 - 08 Jan 2021
The needles stopped clicking on January 8, 2021 when Mum was reunited with her loving husband Michael. Loved mum and mother in law of Michelle and Paul Dunstall, Paul and Nicky, Patrick (Joe), Nick and Helene (Australia), and Bridget and Richard Ball.
Cherished Nanny, Nan, and the Old Chook of Katherine and Quane Dunstall; Hannah, Molly, Ruby, and Toby; Blake, Sahra, and Jorja (Australia); Quentin, Cooper, and Aurelia Ball.
We wish to thank the staff at Taradale Masonic for the care and affection they have shown mum during her stay with them, you have all been incredible.
A service to celebrate Margarett’s life will be held at Chilton At The Black Shed, 36 Awatoto Road, Meeanee on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 1pm, followed by her burial at the Western Hills Cemetery.
To keep mums generous spirit alive and the knitting needles clicking we would appreciate a donation in mums memory to the Knitting Nanas, a wee group of friends who knit for love not money. Those she loved were always wearing a warm hug from the love that went into the wonderful things she made for us.
Hi Michelle & Bridgett and families. sorry i will be unable to be with you tomorrow but if home in time will go to live stream. i have lovely thoughts of Margaret and her welcome to me when i joined WI. Hello Trouble is what she said and thats what i was to her from then on!. A lovely lady to so many, may she rest in peace. condolences to you all.
Michelle, Paul, Katherine and family
Our sympathy to you all. Thinking of you as you prepare to celebrate her life on Wednesday.
Mark and Sharon Graham
The staff of Bledisloe School send their sincerest condolences to Margarett’s family and particularly to Bridget, Richard, Quentin, Cooper and Aurelia. We remember Margarett as a strong supporter of our school, generous with her time and always there to support her much loved grandchildren. We are thinking of you all.
I moved to Napier at 19 years of age to start my nursing career.The nurses home was across the road from were I lived.
Both Margaret and Michael were very good to me and I would call in and see them most days at the shop.
I was saddened to see of Margaret passing.
Please accept my condolences