Margaret Powell Obituary, Death : Margaret F. Powell (nee Hagan), of Chalfont, Pennsylvania, born on September 17, 1950, sadly passed away unexpectedly on January 17, 2022. She was 77.
Margaret Powell was the beloved wife of William; loving mother of William (Lori) and Shannon Cline (Michael); cherished grandmother of Jaidyn, Zachary, William, Loghan, Grace, Annalyse and Andrew.
Margaret Powell was a wonderful great-grandmother of Dennis and Elias; sister of Debra Henning (Harry) and John Hagan.
Relatives and friends are invited to the Scanlin McDonald Funeral Home 175 East Butler Avenue Chalfont, PA 18914 at 9:30 AM on Tuesday, January, 25, 2022. Service at 11 AM. Interment Private.
We are very sorry for your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you. We were so lucky to have the Powells as our neighbors. Such a wonderful family. Peggy was very helpful when we moved into our new home. She even had a party for our benefit so that we could meet all of our neighbors which we thought was a wonderful thing that she did. Peg was always willing to help with anything. I remember that I called her once when I got sick at work and I asked her if she could pick me up and she did!! We shall miss her very much.
Peg and Bill were my first neighbor as a married couples. I could not ask for greater neighbor then them. I was 21 at the time when we move next door. Peg taught me allot about being a first time mother and helping me through raising 4 children. Her advise was endless always there when I needed to talk. My children adore Peg and Bill there were the perfect neighbor. Peg and I would sit on the step waiting for our husbands to come home for work and talk about everything. Shannon was my babysitter for my youngest Anthony and that was not a easy task and I think Willie encourages him lol. Peg was a beautiful person inside and out she taught me about motherhood at a young age and to have patience. Mark and I love Peg and Bill and so did our children. Rest In Peace Peg🌹
For 50 plus years Peggy was my sister-in-law and my friend. We have a lifetime of wonderful memories. I cannot imagine life without you Peg….we had so much left to do. I will miss you everyday for the rest of my life. Your profound faith will carry you into the arms of the Lord. I love you and am so grateful for our friendship….God speed on your journey home.
I recently had my Mom (Judi Powell/Rutherford) and Aunt Peggy down at my beach house. I dubbed that weekend Old Biddy Weekend. I even went as far as to buy a golf cart for this occasion and made sure it was delivered prior to their arrival. They had no clue I was doing it and it turn out to be a hit. I got so much joy out of chauffeur these ladies around town and listening to them giggle all along they way. I’m glad I stuck around this weekend to capture a couple of pictures that I will cherish forever. The bond between these to ladies was immeasurable. Aunt Peggy you were one in a million. Rest In Peace.