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1927 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Martha Maaskant Obituary
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October 19, 2018

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October 19, 2018
moma and aunt margo we still have her in all of our hearts no matter what
February 17, 2018
Ellen and Margo, I am so sorry that you lost your dear mother. Martha and Wim first welcomed me into their home in Royersford, where they hosted a gathering of Dutch-speaking ladies. Both there and in the other Maaskant homes where we met, Martha outdid herself in giving each of us gifts that she handmade. I think of Martha every time I use the little shoulder bags. May she rest in peace, with her dear Wim and David.
February 15, 2018
To Margo and Ellen Carolyn and I would like to send our deepest condolences. Our prayers are with you all." We always enjoyed visiting your mother and dad from time to time when they moved away from the neighborhood. Craig and Carolyn Reiff
February 14, 2018
I want to convey my heartfelt sympathy and love to Martha's family. I got to know Martha (and Willem) through the Dutch Coffee Klatch-Club, and at one time we were "almost" neigbors in Ercildoun, outside of Coatesville. Martha was a warm and caring person and so incredibly creative, her house was a museum of collected (Dutch) antiques and handmade creations, she inspired all of us. The Dutch connection made our gettogethers even more fun, reminiscing about Holland and speaking "Dunglish" (Dutch-English).
Rust in Vrede Lieve Martha