In memory of

Margaret Bee-Guagliani

March 17, 1930 -  November 9, 2022

Margaret Bee-Guagliani passed away peacefully at home on November 9, 2022.
Margaret will join her beloved husband Joe Guagliani, her parent's Andrew and Mary Bee, her sisters Norma Mary Bee and Elizabeth Bee-Isted, and her nephew Michael Isted in heaven.
May Margaret rest in peace with the ones she loved.
We invite you to join us to celebrate Margaret's life.
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Annette Perruzza (Niece)

Entered November 19, 2022

Our dear Aunt Margaret we will all miss you, but will forever be in our hearts. My condolences to all that were apart of your live🙏♥️

Gabrielle Alayo (Neice)

Entered November 20, 2022 from 7 grovenest drive. Scarborough, ontario

I loved aunt Margaret she was always my special aunt and I loved the long talks we use to have.

Gloria Macintyre (Niece)

Entered November 20, 2022 from Penetanguishene, Ontario

My dearest Aunt Margaret, when I got the news you passed the pain in my heart was so heavy. I realized that our talks on the phone would never happen again. How I loved to talk to you. It was always so nice to call you & talk. Sometimes we’d be talking for an hour catching up. You always expressed interest & concern for the members of my family.

I know that your time these last 11 years have been difficult not having a Uncle Joe, but you never showed that. It was always so nice to reminisce with you so many stories about him. I will always remember when you guys would dance. You were both such great dancers. My goodness how you made the jive look so easy, Uncle Joe was a great lead for you & you followed him so gracefully.

I used to love it when I was a kid how you & Uncle Joe would come over for our Christmas Eve dinners & would stay & watch us kids open our presents. I have so many fond memories. How about those card nights.

Most of all it was our talks that we’d have, just you & I. You always gave of your heart & mind to give the best advice .. sometimes it wasn’t what you wanted to hear… but you knew deep down it was the right thing. I will never forget you dear Aunt Marg. I will always have a place in my heart for you. Until we meet again .. R.I.P. sending you hugs 🤗. I love you xxoo

Rita Bellotti 

Entered November 20, 2022

Aunt Margaret - unforgettable. A meticulous beauty. Fun, witty, independent, truly one of a kind. My family adored her honesty and laughter, playing cards and tea times….Julian’s fond memories of Wasaga Beach car trips with Uncle Joe and Aunt Margaret are everlasting. Margaret you were a gem. Love you.


Entered November 21, 2022

My Deepest Condolences .


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