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MARGUERITE MAGGIE MITCHELL

September 26, 1950 - November 4, 2010
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MARGUERITE (MAGGIE) M. MITCHELL, J.D., R.N., age 60, of Indianapolis, IN, suddenly. Cherished daughter of the late Mark J. and Marguerite (Fidge) Mitchell; Dear sister of Katherine (Gareth) Gilkey, Mark J. III (Chris), James (Lucy), Anthony (Patricia), Mary (John) Maginot, John Mitchell, Anne (Kevin) Carter, Michael (Claire) Mitchell and the late Cornelia (Connie) (Skip) King;Continue Reading

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Linda Nielsen NP left a message on June 5, 2015:
The staff, families, and residents of Marquette are grieving the loss of a loving person who touched many lives in such a profound way in a short time. We will keep Maggie and all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
Amy Kaplan, MSW left a message on June 5, 2015:
Maggie left her work family behind at Marquette. The staff, families and residents all miss her very much. The Marquette employees are very much a family, and we will always be waiting for her to round the corner evryday at 2:00 to begin her shift. In conversations with one another, families have said that they were able to go home and not worry about their loved ones because Maggie was working. I throughly enjoyed talking with Maggie on the rare occasions we had some down time. She was a truely wonderful person and I'm going to miss her very much.
Amy Kaplan, MSW left a message on June 5, 2015:
Maggie left her work family behind at Marquette. The staff, families and residents all miss her very much. The Marquette employees are very much a family, and we will always be waiting for her to round the corner evryday at 2:00 to begin her shift. In conversations with one another, families have said that they were able to go home and not worry about their loved ones because Maggie was working. I throughly enjoyed talking with Maggie on the rare occasions we had some down time. She was a truely wonderful person and I'm going to miss her very much.
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Mary Beth Brennan Dove left a message on June 5, 2015:
Words from the heart do not come easily. To have a second loss, and a sudden one, is such a blow to the family - all of us, no matter how time and distance have separated us. So many memories wash over me as I think about Maggie, Connie and each of you, our family and the role you all played in saying goodbye to my parents and the many memories we share from our years growing up together. Maggie and Connie will be greatly missed, their memories treasured by each of us and heaven a richer place for their presence. Wish we could be there for her services. Hopefully, Kathy will stand in for our family. Our love to you all - please be in touch as we would treasure hearing from you. Love, Mary Beth Brennan Dove, Christopher, Gracie and Gabriel Dove and Jon Brennan
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Cathy Brockmeyer Klocek left a message on June 5, 2015:
Dear Tony and all the family, I am so very sorry to hear of the deaths of your sisters. What a great sorrow for all of you! I will keep them and your family in my prayers. With deepest sympathy, Cathy Brockmeyer Klocek
Glenn D. Furth left a message on June 5, 2015:
Maggie and her family have been our friends for too long to remember. Wait, I do remember, since freshman year in high school at Loyola. Maybe not that long ago, I guess. Anyway, to later be privileged to practice law as Maggie's partner and friend proves that ours is a small and wonderful world and community. A little less wonderful now, I'm afraid. Yvonne and I send our condolences to the Mitchell family.
walt henebry left a message on June 5, 2015:
Dear Tony and family. So sorry to hear about Maggie's passing. Much too soon. Always had great visits with her when I would run into her in our adult years. Knowing your great family growing up was a real gift. Its too much saddness with her and Connie's passing.
Glenn D. Furth left a message on June 5, 2015:
Maggie and her family have been our friends for too long to remember. Wait, I do remember, since freshman year in high school at Loyola. Maybe not that long ago, I guess. Anyway, to later be privileged to practice law as Maggie's partner and friend proves that ours is a small and wonderful world and community. A little less wonderful now, I'm afraid. Yvonne and I send our condolences to the Mitchell family.
Tricia left a message on June 5, 2015:
Maggie was such a fun person. When I learned of her passing it was hard to comprehend. We miss her here at Marquette. Her family is in my prayers. May you find strength in God and the ones around you who loved and knew Maggie.
Vicki Combs left a message on June 5, 2015:
I just learned today of Maggie's passing.I was truly in shock.I worked with Maggie at Marquette until I recently took another job.She was wonderful to her residents and staff alike.She was also a good teacher and I am blessed to have known here.Her family is in my prayers.
Patti Calderon Fieberg left a message on June 5, 2015:
Our hearts just ache for all of you ...we could hardly believe when we heard about Maggie's passing so close to Connie's. Our memories of Maggie at Old Willow Club came rushing back...always smiling, easy to get along with and willing to help when we needed an extra hand....what a gem! Please know our thoughts and prayers are with all of the Mitchells and we hope warm memories of your sisters will help you through this tremendous loss. Love, Patti and Paul Fieberg
Kathleen R Delaney left a message on June 5, 2015:
Maggie was a good friend and a women of tremendous spirit. I will fondly remember our years at Georgetown. My thoughts are with her family
Haben Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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