Wednesday, May 13, 2020
|Shiva:||Strictly Private Shiva. Thank you for respecting the family's wishes.|
|Donations:||"Sara Margolese Memorial Fund" for the Geriatric Covid Unit (K-6), Jewish General Hospital Foundation 514-340-8251.|
Linda Besner - 13 days ago
Dear Avrona , my deepest condolences to you and your family. Losing a mother, is always a terrible loss. I remember your mother way back when. She was the nicest lady, very welcoming and very soft spoken. I hope all the good memories you have of her bring you comfort at this time. May you know no further sorrows. Linda [Liederman] Besner
Israel Bonds Montreal - 13 days ago
To the family of Sara Yetta Margolese, On behalf of the staff and management of Israel Bonds, please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of Sara Yetta. May your memories give you comfort, and may you be spared further sorrow. With our deepest sympathy, Israel Bonds
Gerry Rudick - 13 days ago
"All good things come to an end" Sara and Harold were very good friends of my late parents , Anne & Jack Rudick and Sara was very sad when my mother Anne passed away just before her 80th birthday.....she was a wonderful person, and we send our sympathies to her family. Gerry Rudick
The Bucovetsky’s - 13 days ago
Our Mother(Edythe) was a dear friend of your mother and she always spoke very highly about both your parents. We do remember your mom and the good times our parents shared together.
Deenalil Caplan - 14 days ago
Dear Barry, Avrona, Gordon and family, I remember your Mother as she was the sister of my late Aunt Mary Bloom. The sisters were close! I have fond memories from years ago. My sincerest sympathy and wish you no more sorrow. LONG LIFE! Deenalil
Lorna Chernoff - 14 days ago
I am so saddened to hear of Sara’s passing. She was a fellow resident at Westmount One and a lovely woman. I looked up to her and always enjoyed her company. My heartfelt condolences to the family.
Dale and Nat Boidman - 14 days ago
Dear Margolese Family, It was with deep sadness that we read this morning of Sarah's passing. The first time I met Sarah at Westmount One when she first moved in, she told me that she was at my wedding! Indeed, as the wife of Harold, Nat's first employer as an accountant, she was at our wedding. Sarah and my mother Pearl Feintuch lived together for 5 years before my mom died. I say lived together because they really did- doors open at night in case one needed the other or wanted the other's company. Whenever I saw Sara afterwards she told me how much she missed Pearl. Sara was a smart, lovely person, and a bit feisty at times giving her character and a big personality in her little body. Our family will miss her smile, sense of humour and engaging personality. Our sincere sympathies. Dale and Nat
Ruth Eliesen - 14 days ago
Dear Margolese Family, My late Mother, Anne Mayberger Blair, was a very close friend of Sara's for the seven years they lived together at Westmount One. Whenever I would have a lunch or tea at my home, Mom was always asked to bring Sara - she was part of our family! RIP dear Sara xo
claire spevack - 14 days ago
Heartfelt condolences to all the Margolese family. You have lost a true matriarch. Sara lived a full life and a life well lived. May happy memories of times shared be a comfort to you all at this difficult time. Claire Spevack
Ian &Rachelle Turner - 14 days ago
We extend our most sincere sympathies to the entire family on the loss of your matriarch.
Sarah Bromberg - 14 days ago
To the Margolese Family, Sara and Harold were good friends of my late sister-in-law Lil and Ben Stein for 75 years.Remembering Sara very well.she lived a good and full life, My deepest sympathy for your loss.Sarah Bromberg
Terri Boidman - 14 days ago
Sara was one of the loveliest people I have ever met – an elegant, smart and engaging woman with a great sense of humour. Much younger in mind and spirit than her years, it was always a delight to be in her company. Despite our 50+ year age difference I considered her a friend. I will miss our visits and the time we spent together when I came into Montreal. May her memory be a blessing to her family and all who knew her.