In Loving Memory


Margaret Jane Manser

Born in Sarnia, Ontario

April 19, 1951

Died in Sarnia, Ontario

December 20, 2020

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Manser, Margaret Jane

Margaret passed away in her sleep on December 20, 2020 at Afton Park Place, Sarnia. She was the daughter of Mildred I. Manser of Windsor and the Late William I. Manser. Dear sister to Mary Fuller and her husband Bob, aunt to Darcy Fuller and his wife Kristyn and great aunt to their daughter Lillian, all of Windsor. Margaret began her teaching career at 18 years of age, and enjoyed her time spent at many city and county schools. During her teaching career Margaret travelled with friends. She possessed a strong musical talent that served her well, during those teaching years. A graveside service will take place on Tuesday December 29th at Moore Union Cemetery in Mooretown at 1 pm. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Margaret’s Guestbook” at




A graveside service will take place on 

Tuesday December 29th at Moore Union Cemetery in Mooretown at 1 pm.

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Moore Union Cemetery

Mooretown, Ontario


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Miss Manser was one of my favourite teachers, I am very sorry to hear of her passing. Grade 2 at Johnson Memorial seems like a lifetime ago, but my memories are still quite vivid. I remember her wearing Green and Yellow on game day, and telling us all about the Packers win or loss the next day. I remember singing a lot in her class, with a booklet full of songs. One comes to mind in particular, "If you can't say something nice, SHHH! Say nothing!" I remember her teaching us to tell time, all seated around her chair at the front of the classroom. I remember her always having a sort of "show and tell" that allowed students to share something with the class. Every time, I got up there and told a story, whether fictional or true. I'm sure it was both funny and annoying for her at times, but she never held me back. Some teachers you forget, some you resent, and others have a lasting positive affect on your life. Miss Manser affected me, and I am so grateful to have had the privilege of being in her class. Thank you, and may you rest in peace Margaret.

Katelynn (White) Rehel

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Dear Mildred and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Margaret's passing. She was a wonderful person who dedicated her life to her students and she so cared for her work associates. She was a special friend to me. Margaret rest in peace. Cathy.

Catherine Haldenby

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Thinking of Mildred, Mary and family at this time. Many memories of Margaret growing up on Essex St. We also shared our birthday. Jane

Jane Phillips (Elder)

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I remember Marg so well from our many cruises. She was a lovely lady who enjoyed life. So sorry . Sincerest sympathy.

Eleanor Vargo

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"Miss Manser" was a favourite teacher of our kids when they attended Johnston Memorial School. They all have special memories of her, including her cheering for her favourite football team, the Green Bay Packers. Thanks for the memories as Grade 3 teacher at Johnston.

Linda Wyville

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Mildred, Mary, and family. We were saddened to learn of Margaret's passing. We have fond memories of Margaret from days gone by. Our deepest sympathies. Ruth and Don Eyre, Kincardine

Ruth and Don Eyre

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