In loving memory
Ann-Margaret "Waasseses kwe" Pangowish
After 43 short years with us, Margaret born December 17th, 1979, passed into the spirit world January 5th, 2023, with her loved ones close by her side at HSN Sudbury hospital.
Forever adored & cherished daughter to Marion Pangowish and treasured stepdaughter to Wendell Arnold (pre-deceased) Dear granddaughter to Annie and Alphonse Pangowish. (Both pre deceased) Admired deeply by her brothers, her bestfriends "my boys" Riel (Savannah) and Joseph Pangowish. Honored godmother to Scarlet Pangowish. Also, proud auntie to Scarlet, Evryn, and Sienna.
Devoted-loving mother to Shaylene, Larissa "Alex" Alexandrea, Cadence, Karsen (Mitchell), and her "Miracle baby" Carter. Plus, a very proud-adoring Mama to her "sweetie" grandson Roman Bear and newest grandbaby Vernon.
Margaret will be sadly missed by many close cousins, aunts, uncles, friends, and her long-time special friend Fred Peltier.
Margaret was deeply loved and brought an immense amount of joy and comfort to the ones she loved and whom she surrounded herself with. Truly living life to the fullest and finding comfort through life's simple pleasures; spending time visiting family, chatting with friends, sketching, and cooking. She was an amazing self-taught artist and chef. Finding a lot of comfort listening to music, Margaret danced and sang to every song she played. You could always find her watching her favorite show "Friends" or expressing herself with a bright new hair color. Loving to reminisce, Margaret always had a story to tell and memories to share. Some of her fondest memories were of spending time with family at the cottage in Thomas Bay, she took every chance she had to go there. With her contagious laugh, crazy sense of humor, Margaret enriched our lives in so many different ways and will be forever missed.
Close family and friends will gather and celebrate her life at her residence 162 Henry Street on Sunday January 15th, 2023, at 4pm.
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Arrangements entrusted to the Lougheed Funeral Home.