Laur (ne Fulton), Margaret Stewart

Laur (ne Fulton), Margaret Stewart

May 15th, 2015

Peacefully at her residence on Friday, May 15th, 2015, in her 72nd year.  Beloved wife of David for 49 years.  Loving Mom of Tim Laur, Karen (Stuart) Shaw and Steve (Karen) Laur.  Devoted Nana of David, Jake, Mason, Griffin, Jessica, Josh and Julia.  Dear sister of David (Lorna) Fulton, John (Therese) Fulton and Chris (Lynn) Fulton, and sister-in-law of Jen (Ed) Kish, Ross (Linda) Laur and Dale (Diane) Laur.  Marg will be sadly missed by her best friends, Mary Lou and Jim Arnold.  Predeceased by her brother-in-law Steve (Betty Anne) Laur, and by her sister-in-law Donna Warner.  Marg cared for people as a nurse in the London area for over 50 years.  A memorial gathering will take place at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., with words of remembrance at 7:00 p.m.  Those wishing to make a donation in Marg’s memory are asked to consider Multiple Myeloma (through the London Regional Cancer Program).

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Book of Condolences

Mike and Karen DownAs Marg's neighbours for many years we extend our thoughts and prayers to her wonderful family.
Lone ThompsonA wonderful friend, always there for everyone with her positive attitude. Thank you for the time Marg.
Joel and Sally RaeMarg you will always be in our hearts. Miss you.❤️❤️❤️
Michael and Angela LumleyDavid and Family Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during your time of sorrow. Mike and I were glad to have the pleasure of knowing you and for taking such good care of Mike. Thank you for all of the good memories we have of you and our time spent together with both you and Dave. Peace be with all of you.
Stephanie LaurYou will be missed Aunt Marg. I remember family Christmases at your place and matching PJ's for all of the cousins. You were the one that always called me Nini, a nickname I will miss hearing you say. You were a huge help to my Mom through her own battle with cancer, and I am so sad to see you lose yours. You will forever be carried in my memories and my heart. Love Steph.
Diana & Gene ShelestynskyDear David and Family, We will never forget our former nursing classmate, Margaret will remain in our hearts forever. Margaret and David were the love story we all remember, both of them provided all of us with many good memories. It was always great to see them over the years at our reunions. Margaret put her life into her family and was so pleased to tell us about her children and grandchildren whenever our paths crossed. Margaret deserves credit for her contribution in her Nursing Career, she took on many challenges and excelled in all her endeavours. We miss you Margaret. Bless your Family our prayers are with them. Your Classmate, Diana Shelestynsky
Doug and Loraine SchweyerMarg will surely be missed here in Port Bruce . We have shared many stories over the years as good neighbours . She was a very caring soul who touched many lives through her work. May you rest in peace Marg...........
Nancy Doherty (Bruegeman)Dear David and family, I am saddened to hear of Margaret's passing.She was a fun loving nursing classmate and it was a joy to be with both of you at reunions.How she loved sharing photos and stories of family with all "the gals". Our thoughts and prayers are with you all of you now as Margaret lives on in our memories. Your classmate Stratford 64 Nancy Doherty (Bruegeman)
Rosanna Worden HawkerDear David and family, please accept our condolences. I remember the many giggles that Marg and I had together - at our nursing school, when she visited our farm (her first visit to a farm) and when we worked at St. Jo's in London. Marg always worked hard, she was a bright woman, she had a wonderful sense of humor and she was committed to her family. God bless. Rosanna Worden Hawker, class of '64
Marjorie DuizerDear David and family, I am so sorry to hear of Marg's passing. I always enjoyed seeing her at class reunions. My thoughts and prayers are with you Marjorie (Hunking) Duizer---SGH class of '64
Eileen HarrisonWe, at Saint Elizabeth Health Care, were honoured to have worked with, and to have known you, Marg. I will never forget you. My prayers go out to your family. God bless you.
Carrie MitchellYou were a great friend and lady and you will be missed, I am very sorry to hear about your passing. My thoughts and prayers are with your family
The VickersAll of our deepest condolences to Dave and Family It was a pleasure to get to know Marg and I know she will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved her. Huge hugs to all...Blessings from Trina, Nat, Logan and Jaime
Kathy CornellMarg was one of my Supervisors at St. Elizabeth. She always treated me with fairness and respect. I was so shocked to hear of her passing. She was a great nurse and a wonderful Supervisor. My condolences to the family.
Bob and Carol LeBeauOur sincere sympathy to Dave and to Marg's family. We met on our bus trip to Florida, last year, and struck up a friendship that continued after arriving home. We pray that Marg is in a better place and her pain is gone. Hugs to you all. Bob and Carol Exeter
Gail WeilerDave: Sorry to read of Mar's passing. Has been many,many years. I have been a widow for 10 years since Bob died so very suddenly this past May 2nd. The heartbreak stays forever, a little piece of our heart goes with them. As you start your new journey without Marg may God take care of you and your family. Always cherish your memories. Gail
bRIAN CROSSDear Karen,Stewart,and other family members;On behalf of all the staff members at ST.Joeseph;s Healthcare(Parkwood) Site we would like to express our deepest sympathies and condolences on the very recent passing of a fine outstanding citizen of our community and beyond,along with being a tremendous nurse for 50 plus years;a milestone it itself these days,follwed by her remarkable daughter karen who continues to serve our organization so very well also up on the 4th floor of our lovely building helping humanity as always.Bravo my dear,carry on this legacy forged by your mother for years to come okay.We all truly love your efforts in these regards ,don;t forget it okay.Remember the great times shared by one and all at various family events over many years also.These items will sustain you fully in the road ahead for each one of you i am sure.God Bless you all,and keep you safe with his true and undivided guidance and love always I am sure from this day forward.Yours Sincerely Brian Cross Customer Service Represenative Parkwood Hospital Site London,Ontario.P.S. It has been a true pleasure to work with both Karen and Stewart Shaw the past 30 years and counting from your feeder days under the direction of Miss Margret Pipass in January 1985,to the present ventue.It has been a true delight to work alongside of you both and see how you have developed into fine individuals of our community and organization.Keep on truking in your lives and chosen career fields,you are all doing so well guided by your mom;s hand from heaven now.
Jean WelchSo sorry for your loss. I new Marg from Saint Elizabeth a wonderful person and great mentor .she showed me the home first way Dave and family take care . Jean
The Hammerton's ".. What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch. We may not understand why Marg left this earth so soon, or why she left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that she died, but that she lived, and her life gave us memories too beautiful to forget.." (anonymous) Marg you will be forever in our hearts, we will miss you. May you rest in peace. .
Jennifer, Justin, Abby & Jake Potenza When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight. ~Kahlil Gibran To Uncle Dave, Karen, Steve, Tim, and the rest of the family, our love for Aunt Marg is enormous. While visits were too far between we always felt her presence in our lives. Abby when told that Aung Marg was joining her mom & dad in heaven said "that is going to be so much for Aunt Marg to join them". I wish with all my heart that is true and hope given how much she gave in this life that she will receive many blessings where she is now. Sending love to everyone.
Ruth HannahDave and family. Marg was one of my supervisors at St. Elizabeth, and was also lucky enough to have her out in the field with the other PSW's. She was a fantastic, supportive, fair person and will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to all the family at this time.
Elsie Emke ShattoTo David & Family - My sincere sympathy in the passing of your loved one who will live on forever in memory and influence. As a classmate in Nursing School there was always that special connection that was renewed at reunions. I remember Marg as full of energy and enthusiasm. May you be comforted with each other in these days.
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