Margaret (Margie) Elizabeth Wyatt passed away October 17, 2012 at the age of 88. The oldest of four children, Margie was born on July 5, 1924 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada to William and Marguerite Brown. She was preceded in death by her husband Benjamin Dyke Wyatt, son Robert Bruce, brother Jim Brown and her parents. She is survived by her son Greg, his wife Linda and their four children: Andrea (Matt) Toews, Jordan (Jen), Jeremy (Cindy) and Joanna (Luke) Moore; daughter Jane and her son Matthew Noakes; sisters Dorlyn Snider and Billie Russell; four great grandchildren, numerous extended family members and many close friends. Mom (Margie) had a wonderful life enjoying the many travel opportunities of an officer's wife of the Royal Canadian Air Force. She loved her husband and children fiercely and had a strong devotion to her family. We will miss her. She had many great friends in the Fair Oaks Ranch community. She loved you all and we thank you for the care and support you provided through the years. We would also like to thank the VITAS Methodist Inpatient Hospice Unit staff for their professional and compassionate care. A memorial service will be held at St. Helena's Episcopal Church, Boerne, Texas on Monday, October 22, 2012 at 10:30 AM. Refreshments will follow at Margie's home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to VITAS Methodist Inpatient Hospice Unit, 8109 Fredericksburg Road, Third Floor, San Antonio, Texas, 78229 or a charity of your choice.

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  1. Dear Greg,Jane,Linda and kids..we are heartbroken to hear that Aunty Margaret has passed on.She was always so healthy and active that this was a terrible shock. The only comfort that I can think of is that she is with Uncle Ben and Bobby now! We are going to miss her greatly. Love always, Rick, Judy and kids

  2. Dear Greg, Jane & Linda: Margie was a wonderful person and a good friend. We will always remember her laugh and smile and how much she enjoyed life. We feel very priviledged that she chose to become a US citizen as well as remaining Canadian. She will be missed by all of her friends. Our deepest sympathy goes to you and your families. Connie & Frank Williams

  3. Greg/Jane- My deepest sympathy to the loss of your mother. Margaret was an inspiration to everyone that she touched. She always treated everyone with respect and dignity. She will be sadly missed by family and friends.

  4. Jane, Greg and all the Wyatt family, Margie was a remarkable lady! She so embraced everyone in her world and made everyone feel special. I will miss sharing the recap of Jane and I’s shopping trips at the end of each day!She always wanted to see what the day had brought and responded with such enthusiasm!

  5. On behalf of the Pommerening family, we offer our condolences. Margie came into our daughter’s life and touched us all. We were so glad to have her at Aly’s wedding. She always provided a very special presence that will missed by all who knew her.

  6. On behalf of the Pommerening family, we offer our condolences. Margie came into our daughter’s life and touched us all. We were so glad to have her at Aly’s wedding. She always provided a very special presence that will missed by all who knew her.

  7. Margie was a substitute in our Friday Bridge Club and we would like to send our condolences to her family. Our group included Evelyn Theis, Corky Godwin, and Adlyn Wilson of Fair Oaks Ranch. Margie had played with our group in September and we enjoyed her so much. Best regards, June Deckard, Beverly Rosentreter, Sherry Smith, Valerie Young, Wilma Oliver, Macleta Clark and Barbara Johnson.

  8. Jane, Greg and families – we are heartbroken about Auntie Margaret. Our thoughts are with you all. Love Leslie, Murray, Vanessa and Angela

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