I'm so sorry to hear of Maggie's passing. I knew her and two of her girls from church camp many years ago. She always had the best smile!
Heaven gained an angel. I always loved running into Maggie. Her smile lit up the room she was in.
May you cherish your memories of her. My prayers and thoughts are wi5h you.
What a wonderful Lady, she will be missed.
Sorry for your loss
Maggie was truly one in a million! She volunteered here at South Pass City where I had the unique honor of working with her. I will never forget the day she walked into the dance hall after her 80th birthday sporting a "Rosie the Riveter" tattoo! She was so proud of herself! such a joy. All of us at SPC were lucky to know her.
PAM,KATHY AND GEORGE SENDING PRAYERS. MAGGIE WAS SUCH A SPEICAL LADY. LOVED SPENDING TIME AT THE LAYTONS. CHERISH YOUR MEMORIES. MAY SHE REST IN PEACE!
Maggie was a wonderful person. All sunshine. She bought joy to my life each time I seen her. !
Maggie was one of my favorite people. I loved working with her baking cookies at the Sherlock House at South Pass City for Gold Rush Days and on specials Saturdays during the summer. All of us that knew her from the Friends of South Pass will miss her.
Maggie and her tattoo! What a special lady. I always enjoyed visiting with her whenever I saw her. May she rest in peace.
Pam, Kathy and George,
Was so sorry to hear about Maggie, I will always treasure my memories of your mom and hanging out at the Layton house with Peggy! You are all in my thoughts and prayers,
Diane Neil Marshall
A wonderful lady. Why she gave me that first ride in second grade I will never know, but I am sure glad she did.
My deepest sympathy to the family on the passing of Maggie. I worked with her at CWC back in the 1970's and she was such a wonderful person to work with. She had a beautiful smile and was always so pleasant. She lived a full and wonderful life.
God Bless and be with you in your loss.