Margaret Spencer

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A Long Life Well Lived


Margaret Spencer, formerly of Rosemary Cottage, Stoke Mandeville, passed away aged 92 years at the Lakeside Residential Nursing Home where she had been a resident for over two years.
She passed away peacefully, of natural causes on Monday 26th April 2021.
Margaret will be remembered by many who visited the Stoke Mandeville church just a few years ago, as the Welcome Steward who offered the hand of friendship to all, but Margaret had been a stalwart of the Stoke Mandeville Methodist Society for very many years.
Having trained as a Nursery Nurse, she was always interested in child education and worked with young people with learning difficulties in Aylesbury and was a governor of the local school and a Parish Councillor for many years.
At the Methodist Church she was naturally involved in the Sunday School and opened a Montessori Nursery in the early 1980s which ran for about ten years, and held several church offices including being a Society and Communion Steward.
So, we give thanks for her long life of dedicated service to the community and her Lord

The funeral is at the Watermead Crematorium on Wednesday 12th May at 10.30am...(Covid compliant with Family and invited Friends)
If you wish to make a charitable donation in Margaret's memory, her family suggest the following ...SEE reflecting her lifelong love of animals.

The service will be streamed, if you ..CLICK HERE you will find the website below, otherwise copy and paste the address into the search bar on your browser. you will need to use the details below to log in to the service
Margaret Spencer
Service Date 12-May-21 at 10:30
Service Chapel Chapel — Aylesbury Vale

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