Margaret A. Sherratt

June 10th, 1925February 11th, 2019

Margie was born in Boulder County, north of Lafayette, on a dry land farm. She loved to drive from an early age and was still driving around town. She loved working with her dad and brother farming rather than household chores.

She met her future husband, Frank, at an early age, and they were married and had 3 children, Dale (Vi), Beverly (Dudley), and Debbie (Ted), and she is survived by her children and grandchildren: Paul, Jeremy, Mandy, Jennifer, Matthew, and Stephanie. Great-grandchildren: Saleen, Aly, Austin, Dylan, Corey, Aiden, Lainey, Meadow, and Heather, as well as her sister Catherine. She is preceded in death by her husband, Frank, parents John and Theresa Hartnagle, sisters Bertha Schott and Marie Hartnagle and brother John Hartnagle.

She was a very devoted member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and also the Lafayette VFW. She enjoyed meeting friends at McDonalds and having lunch at the Senior Center.

She will be missed by all that knew her. She was an inspiration to all of her family and everyone that crossed her path. 

There will be a Rosary beginning at 7:00PM on Monday, February 18, 2019 at Immcaulate Conception Catholic Church in Lafayette. A Funeral Mass will take place at 10:00AM on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Lafayette with interment to follow at the Lafayette Cemetery. 

Services

There will be a Rosary beginning at 7:00PM on Monday, February 18, 2019 at Immcaulate Conception Catholic Church in Lafayette. A Funeral Mass will take place at 10:00AM on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Lafayette with interment to follow at the Lafayette Cemetery. 

Cemetery

Lafayette Cemetery | Map

Location

None

Church

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

Condolences

We will always remember this very lovely lady. She was always nice and welcoming to us. Our Prayers and thoughts go to her and her family. Uncle Ray, Aunt Bev and Terry.
As I look back I realize that Aunt Marge has always been a part of my life and remember her always being glad to see you or to take your call whenever that might be. She was such an amazing woman and had an incrediblew memory. She would always know who you were and seemed to have caller ID before it exisited as she could recognize you by your voice. She was also such a wealth of knowledge and knew all her families birthdays and even how old they were and could tell you all the individual family memebrs of each family. See if you can pass those tests as she was really interesting to sit down and have a concestaion with and will be missed by her family, many friends and acquaintences that she made along the way. Her lfe was a path in time that covered many miles and she met lots of people that were all her friends, some she went to school back in the day at Davidson School on 95th Street just a mile south of where she was born and raised on the family farm on Gunbarrel Hill. Marge is now onto her next journey and will be welcomed and reunited with many that will be waiting for her arrival. Her beloved Frank will be so happy as well as her sisters Maria & Bertha and her husband Charles my parents, her brother John her parents John & Theresa Hartnagle and so many others as well. Marge leaves behind a very large family that will all miss her but will find comfort in the fact that she lives on. She will not be forgotten and should be remembered for how she lived life her way and enjoyed every day with lots of things to do and accomplish. She was always happier if she was doing something even if it was just going to McDonalds or to the senior center for lunch but she had many more important things to do as well and accomplished so much. She seemed to know everybody and had many friends that she cherished. It is a sad time, a time of sorrow, but it is also time to celebrate her life and what she accomplished. I will as you will miss her but know she is up above watching over us all. God Bless her and rest in peace Aunt Marge, with Love your nephew John Schott
We will miss our McDonald's coffee friend and Josephine Commons lunch buddy and our VFW Auxillary sister. She was such a sweet lady.
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