Maggie Wilson

1959 - 2021

Peacefully at the John Radcliffe Hospital on 14th January 2021.  Much loved sister to Helen, Peter and Stephen.  She will be deeply missed by her family and all those who knew her.


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A pleasure to have been able to support a beautiful lady for 7 1/2 years.
We laughed, danced, and sang karaoke together. Amazing holidays abroad watching Maggie swim like a fish in the ocean amd dance the night away. Nothing phased Maggie and she was always happy to try new things.
Arriving at work looking for a morning wave is very strange.
May you Rest In Peace Maggie and be reunited with you best friends Ian and David.
A strongbow will be had on Thursday just for you xxx

Sarah B xxxxx

So sorry for your loss, I knew Maggie for a long time and I am sad she has gone I will miss her very much. x

Jonathan Towell

Dear Peter, Helen and Stephen. You are very much in my thoughts today as you have been from the start of Maggie’s illness. I can’t help smiling when I remember Maggie dancing at Harriet and Sam’s wedding. She looked wonderful in her pretty dress, and was so determined to get down and boogie. It was great encouragement for us all to dance. What joy. Love to you all.

Helen Wright

Maggie we met many years ago with HFT and have been friends for a long time. Two of my best memories is doing karaoke with you to your favourite music ABBA and when you were bridesmaid at my wedding. You will always be in my heart and I will always remember your big smile.

Pauline Partlett

Maggie-May, you will be greatly missed by all who knew you at Lavender House. You were funny and obstinate, your liking of things just so will forever be remembered. I too shall raise a glass of Strongbow to you tonight. Rest easy. Charlie xx

Charlie Dale

Im so sorry for your loss it was a pleasure working with Maggie for 2 years. She would always make me laugh and she always knew what she wanted in life. I will miss your smiling face Maggie.

Oliver Saxon xxx

My outstanding memory of Maggie (or cousin Jo, as we knew her) is a family gathering many years ago on Frinton beach where Jo was having great fun chasing us all, brandishing a spade! So good to watch and be part of a beautiful farewell (for now) service and realise what an amazingly full and joyful life she lived on this earth. Our love you all, especially at this time of grieving.

Topsy and family

Such a wonderful Lady who has left me with some cherished memories. I had the pleasure to support Maggie-may for 8 years to 2017.
She loved life and was always up to try something new. She was so much at home when she was in water, remembering the many times on holiday she would climb them stairs at those water parks to get to the top of the biggest slide in the park, I’d look down and think ‘ if this is what Maggie-may wants, he goes’ going first so I was at the bottom when she flew down and splashed into the water. Emerging with a huge smile on her face, swimming to the side only ready to go again.
Alway first on the dance floor and usually last off dancing the night away with her close friend Ian.
Now reunited, Ian’s gain and our sad loss, you’ll be sadly missed.

Alison Warren