Antique Vintage 14

Margaret (Sutton) Watt

June 2, 1944 ~ December 14, 2021 (age 77)



June 2, 1944 – December 14, 2021

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Margaret Watt (predeceased by husband Dale in 1991), a dedicated and fully engaged mother and grandmother, on December 14th, 2021.  She leaves behind her children Terry (Lise), Tim (Chantal) and Shelley (Clayton).

Margaret was born and raised in Sudbury, Ontario to parents Gerald and Hazel (Kilby) Sutton, both predeceased.  She is survived by her brother Tommy (Josie), special friend and brother in law Wrenley Watt, sister in law Doreen Watt and special friends and nieces Linda Depatie and Susan Johnson.  She is predeceased by siblings Charles (Helen), Birdie (Ike), and Victor.  Margaret is also survived my many other nieces and nephews who remember her as kind and caring and always up for making a craft, picnicking/berry picking or shopping for antiques in her younger years.  She was a loyal fan at her boys ball or hockey games and enjoyed watching her grandchildren play as well.  She spent all but the last 12 years of her life in Sudbury, moving to Elliot Lake in 2010.  Margaret worked at the Sudbury Taxation Centre as well as in retail and was always commended for her commitment to her work and attention to detail.


While Margaret enjoyed being a mother, she thrived as a grandmother and looked forward to each day that she was able to spend with her grandchildren Cassy (Joel), Andrew (Allie), Mason (Kelsey), Abby, Avery, Cooper and Jorja and her great granddaughter Ruby who she was last able to visit this past Thanksgiving. 

Margaret’s health had been an ongoing issue for many years and we are so happy for the kind and compassionate care she received from her Doctor (Tim deBortoli) as well as the home care nurses who became her friends, Suzanne and Liz.  We can’t thank you enough for all that you did to provide a bright spot in her days! 

As per Margaret’s wishes, she has been cremated and the family will gather in the spring to remember her life.  Those wishing to make a donation in her memory can do so to the St. Joseph’s General Hospital, bed fundraising campaign, Elliot Lake.

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