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Jessie Margaret Alice Outhwaite

Jessie Margaret Alice Outhwaite (Rolfe)

Wednesday, May 23rd, 1934 - Tuesday, March 19th, 2019
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Obituary

Jessie Margaret Alice Outhwaite (nee Rolfe) passed away at the Glenboro Health Centre on Tuesday March 19, 2019 at the age of 84 years.

Margaret leaves to mourn her passing her daughter Lynn Angus & son Tom (Annette) Outhwaite of Stockton MB, four grandchildren Janet (Don), Bryan (Dana), Pamela & Michael & two great grandchildren Ellie & Theo. She is also survived by her brother Jack (Kaye) Rolfe of Glenboro, sisters-in-law Mayme Keffen of Killarney, Una Rolfe of Brandon, June (Ray) Baril of Camrose AB as well as numerous nieces, nephews & extended relatives. Margaret was predeceased by her husband Jack in 2015, son-in-law Tom Angus, brothers Jim & Morley, sisters Violet Ross & Annie Smart & by brothers-in-law John Ross, Jack Smart & Hugh Keffen.

A Celebration of Margaret's life will be held at a later date at Stockton MB. Friends that so desire, memorial donations can be made in Margaret's memory to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, 2430 Victoria Ave. #3, Brandon MB R7B 0M5.
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    Location
    Millford Cemetery
    Address
    STOCKTON, MB
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A Celebration of Margaret's life will take place at a later date at Stockton MB.

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Barbara Bailey

Posted at 01:08pm
Much loved and missed as an aunt,neighbor and teacher. She taught me how to sew. Hugs to Lynn and Tom
KW

Karen Warren

Posted at 11:00am
Lynn and Tom....thinking of you and your family with love. My memories of Aunt Margaret are of a strong, hard working woman who was always working hard and willing to lend a hand. She was a such a quiet strength. When we came to visit she was most often in the kitchen or the garden or helping out with chores on our grandparent farms. All of these memories I will forever cherish. May your mom now rest in peace.
xoxo
Karen Warren (Rolfe), Derek (Lisa, Jack, Cole, Ben) and Justin (Kara)
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Barb (Bomak) McDonald

Posted at 10:33pm
Tom, Annette and family...sorry to hear of your mom’s passing.
CJ

Christine Jefferies

Posted at 09:58pm
Dearest Lynn, Tom, Annette and Family-There are no words to heal your broken hearts. Both your mom and dad were like family to us and our boys when we lived in Stockton. All of us have our own memories of them. Cherish your memories and take care of each other. Enjoy the simple things in life like a drive to the post office, a sit on the porch, or a good western on TV- those are the important things. Love to you all- Terry, Christine, Tayler and Ryland.
SB

Sue Bomak

Posted at 03:29pm
Dear Lynn, Tom & families. Thinking of you on your loss of your Mom/Grandma. Treasure the memories - they are so special. Share them with each other. Tom, you & Rick worked at Benco together until it closed. You went on to be an instructor & Rick became a postmaster. Rick remembers the Barons hockey days with you. I remember you in school. Memories will help you through - be patient with yourselves. Hugs Rick Sue Brent Krista & Henry
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