In Memory

Margaret LaFay (Seymour)

Margaret LaFay (Seymour)

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11/08/15 09:56 AM #7    

Patrick Keating

Jim, am so sorry to learn of Margaret's passing.   Her legacy lives on with you and your family.   You all are in my prayers. Pat

11/09/15 08:49 AM #8    

Celeste Vadnais (Barrett)


I remember Maggie so fondly from high school. She had such a wonderful laugh.  So very sorry for your loss.

Celeste (Vadnais) Barrett


11/09/15 01:36 PM #9    

Jeanine McNamara (Harton Soma)


Jim. God bless you & your family as you grieve the loss of

Margaret . I remember Margaret full of love & laughter!

11/09/15 03:20 PM #10    

Michael Eyia

Hi Jim,

So sorry for your loss.  Margaret was one of the first people I met when I arrved here from Cuba back in 8th grade.  I have only fond memories of her.    My best to you and your family.  

Take care.


11/09/15 08:56 PM #11    

Chris Bennett (Belknap)

Jim,  I am so sorry  to hear that Margaret lost her battle!  We will keep you all in our prayers and ask our Lord to give you the strength to get through this most difficult time.  The O'Rafferty girls were all close and when we lose one we all mourn.  We will remember her smile and laughter!   

11/09/15 10:10 PM #12    

Sanford Mitchell

I  remember her as a nice girl  very pleasant...our prayers to her family and everlasting life with our Father

11/10/15 12:17 PM #13    

Michael Kapuscinski

Jim and family,

I am so sorry to hear about Margarets passing. You will be in our thoughts and prayers as you all deal with your loss. 


11/11/15 01:06 PM #14    

Marcia Marczynski (Petravicius)

Dear Jim,

My sincere condolences.  Sounds like you two had a wonderful life together.  I hope your family and friends surround you with love during this most difficult time.



04/08/16 03:32 PM #15    

Tom Rother

Jim,from the north end neighborhood. Growing up with Margaret and the LaFay family was close to those summer time haunts that were very close to the fishing and bike riding near the grand river dam and the north end. My association had always been at their house with the brothers Bill and Bob during our summers growing up around their neghbohood and Margret was always kind and willing person to make lemonade during those lazy days of summer. Margret and her mother would make 'dough balls' for bait to fish for the fiesty carp near the dam and park. I will say that she and her family were a cherished part of my life and their kindness will always be remembered. Peace and Love, Tom Rother.

04/14/16 02:21 PM #16    

Margaret Byers (Was Hutcheson)

Dear Jim, I am sorry to hear about Mag.  My prayers go out to you and your family. We had many great times together in the old neighbprhood. I have memories of her kindess and how much fun she was to hang out with.


 Many Blessings,


 Mag Byers


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