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Margaret "Maggie" St. Clair Obituary
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December 11, 2018

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December 8, 2018
Maggie, Thank you for all the support and encouragement during my six years with the MMB. The lessons I learned on Hoover street have served me immensely in the last 15 years. Thanks and Goodbye.
November 30, 2018
Dear Jerry, Craig, and Julia,
We are devastated at hearing about the loss of Maggie. We considered all of you great friends, even though we haven't seen each other in quite a while. Maggie was an amazing woman, always smiling and full of kind words for everyone. She could multi-task like no one else. When she managed Craig's and our son Ben's hockey team, we never had to worry about schedules or hotels or places to eat. She also managed the Michigan Marching Band at the same time. It would make most people's heads swim, but Maggie handled it in stride. It's true, she had an answer or solution to any question or obstacle that ever came along, and she tackled such things with an obvious selflessness not inherent in most. Maggie was one of those rare people that, upon meeting you for the first time, made you feel like she had known you forever. We will never forget Maggie and her kind soul, and are so grateful to have known her. Our condolences to your whole family.
Phil and Melissa Freeman and family
November 30, 2018
Jerry and Craig, I am heartbroken for the loss of your dear wife and mom. Maggie was a wonderful and gentle lady. A great neighbor and friend too. She was always friendly and kind. She will be missed. I will miss her warm waves as she drove past on her way to U of M to be with the organization she loved so much ... The Michigan Marching Band , who will miss her so very much too. She is making heaven an even more amazing place with her presence. RIP Maggie and GO BLUE!
November 29, 2018
Truly an E. Hoover Avenue icon.
Maggie, may you rest in eternal peace.

Deepest Condolences to the St. Clair family.