Margaret Evelyn Stan

July 13, 1926 - May 30, 2022


Obituary For Margaret Evelyn Stan

Margaret was born in Dysart Saskatchewan, to Katie and Nick Klotz. She was the second child of five children. In 1946 she met and married Bill Stan. In the years that followed she and Bill had eight children. She is predeceased by her husband Bill in 2004, daughter Joyce of three months, Billy her son at nine hours old, son Wayne in 2018. Her parents Katie and Nicholas, older brother Bill (Kay) Klotz, sister Agnes (Sandy) Donovel, brother Eldon (Isabelle) Klotz, son in-law Saul Caballero-Urbina and great grandson Hunter Stan.Margaret is survived by her son Wayne’s wife Anita, grandchildren Collin (Kristi) Stan, Alanna (Jon), great grandchildren Bret and Jace, David and Alexia (Julio) Bernel and great grandson Hudson.Son Alex (Pat) grandchildren Joshua, James (great grandchild Mason) and Lindsay (great grandchildren Bentley, and McKenzie).Daughter Shirley Caballero-Urbina.Daughter Elaine (Hal) Marriott, grandchildren Joleen (Michael) great grandson Isaiah, Grandson Joel (Mary) great grandchildren Noah, Mikalo, Xavier, Dreydon, Fala, Olivia, Miakoda, Cheyton, and Lulu.Daughter Linda (Joseph) LaRoque and grandchildren Nicole and Lauren (Gaetan) Charette and great grandchildren Kyla, Levi, Holden, and Asher.She is also survived by her sister Marlene and her husband Fred Lawrek of Regina.Many wonderful In-laws, nieces and nephews and her best friend Joyce Hannusch.To all these wonderful people Margaret was a kind and generous soul who loved to laugh, dance, cook and enjoy being with her family and friends. She was a fanatical fan of the Canucks, Blue Jays and B.C Lions. She was a follower and believer of Jesus Christ and loved God who gave her wisdom, strength and courage in her final days.

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  • 06/13/2022

    My Grandma was Kind, generous and loving. She was the glue and the key to holding our family together. I miss her so much and always will. I love you great grandma. - Olivia Cooper

  • 06/11/2022

    I always loved when aunty Margaret visited Grandma Donovel's. we played a lot of cards, laughed the whole time. I will never Forget when we went to Visit aunty Margaret and Uncle Stan and stayed with Hal and Elaine! She will be greatly missed!

  • 06/11/2022

    We all have beautiful memories of Aunt Margaret. She has left a mark in our hearts and nothing will ever erase. Aunt Margaret was a gem and will remain to be cherished. Dad (Ed Stan) says, "goodbye Margaret, I'll miss you". Lisa Delaurier

  • 06/09/2022

    Mom I miss you so much you blessed me with your presence at my wedding and I know that you loved Saúl and he loved you, now you can see him and dad and rejoice all together in the presence of Jesus. Your kindness touched many people. You also blessed everyone that came into your life. I have so many memories, just a few of them are, camping in Banff or on our travels to Saskatchewan and Ontario. And when I was older we would travel to Saskatchewan and Ontario, then to the States and back to BC mostly through the states. I could go on and on with stories but my life was always enhanced by you and dad and I will miss you both so much. You were the sunshine every day I would be with you especially since Saúl passed away.

  • 06/09/2022

    I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Margaret. I have many warm memories of visits with her and Uncle Bill, always a wonderful time full of good conversation and laughs (mostly at Uncle Bills inventions!). Aunt Margaret was always so warm and kind, a beautiful woman both inside and out!! You will truly be missed by so many. Love your niece, Kathy Perna - Daughter of Anne Dorman (Stan)

  • 06/08/2022

    Grandma ( Great Grandma) was always loving and kind. When I was 3 years old I broke my leg on the trampoline. Mama carried me into the house and put me on the sofa. I screamed a lot and couldn't Be consoled. Grandma came over and put her cold hand on my forehead and it felt so good. I will always remember Grandmas kindness.

  • 06/08/2022

    My deepest sympathy to each and everyone one of you (Elaine, Shirley, Alex, Linda, Anita and families.) Where does one start, Auntie Margaret was such a beautiful woman, she was an amazing person and a great story teller. I loved listening to Auntie, she shared her heart, her soul, her love and humor with every word. She gave the most amazing hugs that I felt right down to my toes. Auntie will live on in my heart and my memories. Thank you for everything Auntie, until we see one another again. Love forever and always Roxanne & Stewart Martin

  • 06/08/2022

    I will cherish the memories of many visits over the years with Aunt Margaret.

  • 06/08/2022

    Thank you for offering me the chance to say a few words about Margaret. I was only family by marriage but I never ever felt like a stranger in her presence. She always welcomed me with a hug and a smile and was always, always kind to me regardless of what was going on with me or my family. I found her to be a very gentle soul who always loved a good laugh too. Happy trails Margaret into the great hereafter

  • 06/06/2022

    I have so many memories of Margaret that make me smile. She had an impish grin and loved to share a glass of wine with me. We both loved red—and both found Hal's secret chilling of said red funny. Her presence was always felt and appreciated, though she often preferred to be in the background. I loved that she began having her nails done and allowed herself to be pampered—at least a little bit. She was always up after a meal to clean up (even though everyone tried to get her to sit down!). I will miss her beautiful energy.

  • 06/05/2022

    I have been a friend of the Stan family for 33 years, initially meeting Bill while I was purchasing tools through the Buy and Sell. I had no idea the purchasing of tools that day, would change my life. Meeting Bill, meant I also got to meet Marg (Margret). Bill and I would work in the shop together, and Marg would always invite me in for lunch. Not just any lunch....The Best Lunch! Every time, the lunch was delicious! Homemade soup, a sandwich, and the most scrumptious butter tarts! Marg would always welcome me in, and make me feel like I was a member of the family! Even allowing me to take over the garage of her home for my work! On top of that, she would come out and help clean the cabinets before we shipped them off to the client. It didn't matter if it was a day, a week, a month or a year, every time I would be welcomed in for lunch, and greeted with a hug. Marg was sweet, kind, and loving, and I will always cherish the memories I have of sitting around the kitchen table, enjoying each other's company. I didn't know at the time that buying tools would change my life in the way that it did. I not only gained some tools, and knowledge from Bill, but I gained an extended family, with solid morals and family values that I have engrained into my own family life. I am grateful to know all the members of the Stan Family, and I fee exceptionally blessed to have had Margret and Bill in my life! My love and condolences to everybody that will grieve not seeing Marg regularly, but she has left us all with wonderful memories to keep in our hearts that will last many lifetimes! I will cherish those as well! Much Love Steve Hanzlick

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