Marguerite Diegel
October 21, 1931 - March 3, 2013
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Marguerite E. Diegel, 81, of Port Charlotte, Florida died Sunday, March 3, 2013 at her home in Port Charlotte. Marguerite was born October 21, 1931 in Detroit, Michigan and moved to Port Charlotte in 1983. She was a member of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. Marguerite was an outstanding person who helped in many ways…

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Mary A. Wyckhuyse-Racette left a message on October 22, 2014:
Marguerite was and still is a very dear and special friend to me. I often talk to people about how special she was/ is to me. We did a lot of great things together and spoke often to one another. I loved her husband, George, very much too. I affectionately called her, aunt Marguerite and her husband, uncle George. There was never a time that I can remember that she was not there to support me especially as a child. I have a fond memory of an injured baby robin that she brought back to health. It was so fascinating to see it gradually get well and eventually fly off. As an adult, we also spent time together in Michigan and Florida and often spoke over the phone. I miss her so much. She was a giver to all especially to me. I had/have know her over 52 years. This is the longest time I have even known anybody.
Kathy Hickman left a message on March 21, 2013:
Aunt Marguerite was married to my dads older brother. I remember getting an oak tree from them that Uncle George grew. We put it in our yard in Huron Twn. I remember that she always had animals that she helped. I remember her knitting sweaters ! When our parents had a party you would surly hear her distinct laugh ! We received Christmas cards for years and we always sent her one back with pictures of our two sons as they grew up. May she rest in God's loving arms.
Charleen DeLano (Diegel) left a message on March 21, 2013:
Uncle George was my Godfather. For Christmas and sometimes birthdays Aunt Margerete would make me knitted sweaters. She put a lot of time and effort into them. (They never seemed to fit but GREAT LOVE was put into them) I also spent some nights at their house. Have Great memories of those times!!
Patricia Diegel Yatsui left a message on March 19, 2013:
Aunt Marguerite is the first person who insisted we needed jeans when we visited the Diegel farm. My mom, Margaret Diegel, has 6 girls and 2 boys. In the early 50's we only wore dresses. I remember very well how my Aunt Marguerite would say "now girls - you must sit modestly with your legs together". She was a very smart, eccentric lady with a distinctive laugh. She will be missed.
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