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Margaret Ann Eastman

March 04, 1935 - August 01, 2018

Per Margaret Ann's request, no services are planned.

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Boulger Funeral Home

Margaret Ann Eastman

March 04, 1935 - August 01, 2018

Obituary

Margaret Ann Eastman passed away peacefully at home on August 1, 2018 surrounded by family and friends under the loving care of Hospice of the Red River Valley and her caretakers, Joyce, Jim, Char, Katrina and Wayne.

Margaret Ann was born March 4, 1935 the oldest of three children born to Arnold and Jennie Welu.

She married Tom Eastman on July 17, 1964.

Margaret Ann is survived by her brother James (Milton, DE) and two nephews and a niece. She was proceeded in death by her mother and father, her husband Tom and her brother Paul. Margaret Ann and Tom loved their cats.

There are no services planned per Margaret Ann’s request.

Memorials are preferred to Homeward Animal Shelter and Hospice of the Red River Valley.

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14 responses to “Margaret Ann Eastman”

  1. Lisa DeSpiegler says:

    Maggie, Rest In Peace!
    Your friendship was a gift from God and I will always treasure it!

  2. JoAnn (Annie) Sinner and Thomas McMullen says:

    Annie and Muggs were classmates/potluck members from St. Anthony’s through Shanley High School. We reconnected at the 45th class reunion, where Muggs hosted a get together. Later we boated/fished with Muggs and friends in the Detroit Lakes, MN area. Our prayers and Mass intentions for our classmate and friend, Margaret Ann. Love, JoAnn (Annie) Sinner and Thomas McMullen

  3. Jim Vise says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Maggie’s friends and family. Maggie was a dear and special lady. She will be missed but remembered in our hearts.

  4. Deb Pedersen says:

    Wayne, Char and Margaret Ann’s family,

    I did not know Margaret Ann, but I know how much she meant to all of you. You have my deepest condolences for this special woman who held such a special place in your hearts.

  5. Rosemary Bonham says:

    Maggie I am really going to miss you as my neighbor & friend. Rest in Peace.

  6. Patty Nelson says:

    My condolences to Margaret Ann’s family. I will always have very fond memories of her. She was a beautiful woman, inside and out. ❤️😓

  7. Linda Johnson says:

    What a lovely lady! I’m so glad I got to see her and spend time with her at your Dad’s funeral. She was always very kind and nice to me when I saw her. I know she will be missed. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your Family
    Ron and Linda and Family

  8. Dee Rich says:

    Sending heartfelt condolences to the loving Family of Margaret Ann Eastman. Losing a loved one is indeed difficult. May your hearts be filled with many cherished memories and may you find comfort in the tender words found at 2 Corinthians 1:3,4.

  9. Mary and Jerry Quick says:

    We will always remember the great times we had with you and Tom. The laughter was good for all of us! Rest in piece Margaret Ann.

  10. Doug Gramm says:

    Margaret was a private person, but a joy to spend time with when she was at the store working on her ornaments. She will be dearly missed.

  11. Elsie Peterson says:

    Sending my deepest sympathy. I worked with Margaret Ann for many years.

  12. Sandi Gramm says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Margaret’s family. I met Margaret when she was a customer at our store. Soon she did what Margaret did, took control . I was in awe watching her bend at the waist and straighten the ornaments with a ruler with ease. Or as she sat on the floor curled up like a cat studying every detail of the ornaments. I worked nights and she had me call her when I left and we would solve all the worlds problems until I pulled into the garage. She amazed me how organized and accurate she was. She celebrated each open house as a member of our family. She celebrated my daughter and sons weddings . She was there for me when I lost my furry friends,as I was there for her. We did many puzzles together and she turned my youngest granddaughter into a puzzle phanatic. Edges first. We had many bitching sessions and at the end forgot what we were mad about. I was honored to have her for my friend and I will miss my Margaret hugs. God speed Margaret. I love you. No matter if you called her muggs,Maggie,Margaret, or Margaret Ann we were truly blessed by knowing her.

  13. Mike Daugherty says:

    Maggie was the leader of the pack at Gettysburg condos.. she always went way above and beyond for everyone super fun to talk with she always had little assignments for me when i was in Fargo .. that were fun to complete … She also was my go to on any thing Bison football… Everyone loved Maggie… Thanks beyond belief to Joyce for being her angel friend… Mike Daugherty Mpls Fargo Atlanta…..

  14. Pat Hilde says:

    Remembering Maggie’s friendly smile and her major influence at the Gettysburg condos at getting projects completed during the many years she lived there. She made everyone feel welcome and was always willing to share her puzzles. Will miss you Maggie & will try to keep the Gettysburg running as smoothly as she did. Rest in peace.

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