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BRAYBON, Margaret Rose - (January 28, 1928 - February 5, 2021)

On February 5th, 2021, just 8 days after her 93rd birthday, Margaret Rose Braybon passed away peacefully at Bowmanville Hospital with her daughter Lynn and son Roy by her side.

Beloved wife to the late Ross Norris Braybon, mother to Lynn (Frank) and Roy (Sharon), grandmother to Robin (Steven) and Russell (Terry), aunt to Paul and Scott, great aunt to Seth and cousin to the late Raymond Wright.


Margaret was born and raised in Toronto, ON. where she met and married her late husband Ross. They enjoyed 38 loving years together and had two children. 

Margaret worked as a medical office receptionist for many years.

After Ross’s death, Margaret moved to Ajax, ON. where she was a very active member of the Pickering Village Seniors. Taking part in many bazaars and community activities.

Long into her retirement, Margaret worked with her friend Ruth at the Copper Kettle Candy Factory, just to help out a friend.

Five years ago, Margaret started a new chapter in her life, moving to Seasons Retirement Communities in Bowmanville, ON. with her bears and bird Sunshine.

Thank you to all the staff at Seasons for your loving care and endless supply of pudding and pie. Thank you to Bowmanville hospital for taking care of Margaret in her final days, for all the help and support you gave. 

Thank you to all for the outpouring of support and love on social media. 

The visitation and Funeral Service are private by invitation only through the family.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. 

Margaret will be missed in this world by many people.