Marguerite E. Blair

New Orleans, Louisiana


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Marguerite E. Blair entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, October 9, 2019, at age 89. The loving daughter of the late Geroge A. Blair, Sr. and Mary Blair. Marguerite leaves precious memories for her siblings; Sylvia, James, Raymond and Karen. Ms. Marguerite was affectionately known to be adventurous, fun and generous. She also leaves a host of appreciative nieces, nephews and extended family members. Marguerite was preceded in death by her brothers, Herbert, George Jr., William and Bernard. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a farewell visitation at Charbonnet Labat Glapion Funeral Home, 1615 St. Philip Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116, on Monday, October 14, 2019, from 11-12 noon. Interment: St. Roch Cemetery #2 Guestbook Online: Charbonnet Labat Glapion, Directors (504) 581-4411

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Thank you for the wonderful memories....I can't recall a year of my life where you were not there somewhere...and I know that now that you've taken your well deserved and much earned place in your mansion in Heaven, you will be there still... Always with a smile, a hug and a loving word. Always ...til we meet again Miss Rite. My condolences to all those that you left behind....may they find comfort in knowing that you completed your earthly works and will guide them through theirs while they...

My condolences to the Blair family.

Oh, with much sorrow we learned just today of the passing of our Dear Marguerite (Rhee) Blair. We during our visits to New Orleans looked forward to visiting the "Blair" sisters.

She will be forever missed by my wife, Margaret and me.

May the ALMIGHTY take her into his Arms and greet her in the manner that only he can.

We wish the family the best, and that they keep within themselves all that they knew of her, and may peace be with them this day,...

Such wonderful memories of Ms. "Rite", as we affectionately called her. I've known her since I was a little girl, as Blaire's was our go to store, that we'd frequent at least three times a day! Although I moved away in 87, when I'd visit New Orleans, I'd be sure to go and visit her, and Karen. They were wonderful, wonderful ladies. I haven't seen either of them since Katrina, but would always ask about her, and was sad to know that they hadn't reopened the store! They knew us as...

Sending my condolences to the Blair Family. I will always have great memories growing up on Desire Street going to Blairs grocery store from a child to adulthood. Then to have my children be able to do the same and we talk about the memories of this iconic family. I saw this family do so many wonderful things in this close knit community and go above and beyond for the people they served. Thanks for the memories Marguerite and Karen. Always in the heart of Desire Street. A landmark thats...

May God bless the family at this time, Hey Karen!!! this is the Washington family, the corner store of the neighborhood, Rite, yes,we thank you all for alllllllllllllllllllllll the years for being in the neighborhood,I know it was not easy sometimes , staying in the neighborhood!!! Thank you!!!!! May Rite always rest in peace!!! Gaynell, Peggy, Merlin, Frankie, Wondell,Beverly,Yolanda,Jean,Rodney

My deepest sympathy to the family of Marguerite (Rite) Blair.

May your soul rest in peace. My kind spirited cousin . You will be truly missed.

You will always be in our hearts the Davis Family.