March 4, 1928
October 12, 2023
In the late evening of October 12th, 2023, we sadly announce the passing of Margaret Lolacher at the age of 95. Margaret, a woman who led a tranquil life, devoted herself to raising six sons, although their lives were anything but serene. Her loss will be profoundly felt by her sons, their loving wives, as well as her nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and countless friends. Throughout her final years, Margaret was able to remain in the comfort of her own home, thanks to the unwavering support and care provided by her eldest son Don, his wife Terrah, and the invaluable assistance from Vancouver Coastal Health home care services. In light of the remarkable care received during her time at “The Cottage Hospice,” the family kindly requests donations to be made in Margaret’s name to The Bloom Group Cottage Hospice, instead of sending flowers or cards.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Margaret Lolacher on the evening of October 12th, 2023, at the age of 95. Despite leading a quiet and unassuming life, Margaret’s true purpose lay within her role as a mother to six fiercely spirited sons. Her sons, along with their devoted wives, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and a wide circle of friends, now mourn the loss of this extraordinary woman. The unwavering support and care of Margaret’s oldest son, Don, and his wife Terrah, accompanied by the exceptional services provided by Vancouver Coastal Health home care, enabled her to experience the comfort of her own home during her final years. During her battle with the effects of a severe stroke, Margaret was lovingly cared for at “The Cottage Hospice.” The heartfelt appreciation for the comfort and compassion she received there leads the family to kindly request that donations in Margaret’s honor be made to The Bloom Group Cottage Hospice, in lieu of flowers or cards.
In the evening of October 12th, 2023, Margaret Lolacher peacefully passed away at the age of 95, leaving a profound void in the hearts of those who knew her. Margaret lived a serene life, seemingly unaffected by the rambunctiousness of raising her six sons. She will be dearly missed by her sons, their devoted wives, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and many cherished friends. Margaret’s lasting ability to remain in the comfort of her own home was made possible by the dedicated care and assistance provided by her eldest son, Don, and his wife Terrah, in collaboration with Vancouver Coastal Health home care services. Following a debilitating stroke, Margaret found solace and compassion in the welcoming environment of “The Cottage Hospice.” In lieu of traditional condolences, the family kindly suggests honoring Margaret’s memory through donations to The Bloom Group Cottage Hospice.