Margaret Lancellotti

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Margaret (Beadle) Lancellotti

Born August 13, 1933, in Bolam, England, near Darlington in County Durham, Margaret passed away peacefully at her home in Burlingame on April 10, 2013. Margaret was the only daughter born to Herbert Raymond and Sarah (Leonard) Beadle, who also had 5 sons. She left home after 16 to be a nanny then off to Romford in Essex County to become a nurse. She was a successful midwife for many years and met Roberto Giuseppe Lancellotti while working at Kingsbury Maternity Hospital in London. They married in 1959, remained in England for a few years, then moved to Italy for a couple of years before arriving in the United States in October 1963. First Chicago, then San Francisco, finally Burlingame became their home for the past 45 years. She became a very involved mother of her three children, most importantly with music in the public school system as well as privately. She participated in both the Girl and Boy Scout programs. She supported her children's many activities, especially swimming at Millbrae Meadows and skiing in Tahoe. During this time, she bravely survived two cancers. She was very passionate about knitting, walking, and the SF Giants. She was always there to listen and laugh with her family and friends. She encouraged those who needed her support. She took care of anyone who needed it. She will be missed by all who knew her. She is preceded in death by her dear Marco (son) (1/1/63-3/13/64). She is survived by her loving "Tesoro" Roberto, her three children: Paola (Chester W. Rice) of Burlingame, CA, Margot (J. Kevin Morrison) of San Francisco, CA, and Carlo (Kelly) of South Lake Tahoe, CA, and grandchildren: Gemma and Marco Rice, Cora, Elsa, and Luca Morrison, Giulia, Gabriella, and Giada Lancellotti, and three of her brothers as well as many nieces and nephews in England. Any donations in her name would be greatly appreciated by the www.alz.org.


Published in San Francisco Chronicle from May 12 to May 19, 2013
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