Margaret Halloran

Date of Death: December 10, 2014
Doyle B. Shaffer, Inc Funeral Home
45-09 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362
Sunday 12/14, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Doyle B. Shaffer, Inc Funeral Home
45-09 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362
Sunday 12/14, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
St. Charles Cemetery
Conklin Street
Farmingdale, NY 11735
Monday 12/15, 11:45 am
St. Anastasia Church
45-14 245 Street
Douglaston, NY 11362
Monday 12/15, 9:45 am

Margaret passed away on Wednesday, December 10, 2014. Margaret was a resident of Douglaston, New York.

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Rt. Rev. James C. Flanagan left a message on December 24, 2014:
Margie was one of my dearest relatives. I can remember as a boy watching the first episode of "Dragnet" with her in our living room. Many memories since then that were always so much fun. I tried to keep in touch with her and I was sending my Christmas blessings when I learned of her passing. She will be missed indeed.
Peggy Vargas left a message on December 18, 2014:
Although Marge and I are distant cousins, it never felt that way. Marge has always been an intergral part of my life. When I was only 5 or 6 years old, my mother would always stop at Macy on 34th St to visit Marge where she worked as an associate. We frequently would visit her, her father, and sisters in Kew Gardens. Margie never had children of her own, but she loved and cared for so many of her nieces and nephews, as if they were her own. When my children were young, I lived in the same community as her; Marge always made herself available to be there for my children. She loved her family in Ireland. As a child, Marge was very close to my paternal grandparents, and shared many of her memories about the wonderful experiences she had with them. She will be missed.
Trish Flanagan left a message on December 12, 2014:
There was no one like Madgie. She had her opinions, especially politically. She was one of the most informed people I knew. We always had a good time when we visited New York. Madgie and John were the best hosts. I'm sure they were tired of taking relatives to see the sights but never complained. Madgie was so full of life and energy. She danced at Brian's wedding last year. She still had it. Madgie had friends everywhere and kept in touch with everybody. Once Dad and I were in Ireland when Anthony Shally died there. Madgie knew in 20 minutes. She loved her Irish hertiage. She and John took me and my brother Mike to Irish dances back in the day. We were able to meet friends and relatives from the old country. Great times. Thanks Madgie for all the good times. We love you and miss you. May God rest your soul. Til we meet again. Trish and Len
Doyle B. Shaffer Funeral Home left a message:
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