Margaret Margott LaDuc  June 22 1923  November 27 2022

Margaret Margott LaDuc June 22 1923 November 27 2022

June 22 1923 November 27 2022
Margaret LaDuc, 99, passed away on Sunday, November 27, 2022, at Utica Rehab & Nursing Center, with her family by her side. Born on June 22, 1923, she was the 7th of 8 children of the late Nicola and Assunta (Rosato) Margiotta (Margott). Margaret enjoyed her high school years and was a proud 1942 graduate of Proctor High School. In 1946, upon his return from serving his country in the Army during WWII, she married Bernard J. LaDuc, whom she initially met while skating at the Utica Roller Drome in North Utica. They celebrated 59 loving years of marriage prior to Bernie’s passing in 2005. Margaret was a legal secretary, working most notably for the late Attorney Lawrence J. Goldbas and prior to his becoming a judge, Attorney Anthony Shaheen. She enjoyed this work immensely and talked of those times with fond memories, retiring primarily to be able to spend more time with her grandchildren. Known as Margie by family and friends, she loved being outdoors and along with Bernie, took frequent rides to the Adirondacks and other state and local parks to walk and enjoy the scenery. Her fondest memories were tied to family while growing up and to her own children and grandchildren, with whom she spent many wonderful times, whether it be traveling, making cookies or meatballs together, playing silly games or singing silly songs. She always wondered how she managed to be the sibling to live well into her 90’s, but we know she had her mother Susie’s, never give up attitude along with her own spunk and sense of humor that kept her going. Margaret was disappointed that COVID 19 kept her from visiting with her family over the last years. She also loved to shop and out of virus safety concerns, did not get to frequent her favorite stores, especially TJ Maxx, during this time. Margie is survived by her daughters, Cheryl, and son-in-law, Anthony Karrat of Plantation, Florida, and Linda LaDuc and her partner, Tina Fahringer of Three Mile Bay; grandchildren, Jennifer Susa, James (Lina) Karrat, Katherine (Daniel) Jarl, Dr. Kimberly (Stephen) Rauch; great-grandchildren, Jordan Susa, William, Sofia and Lily Karrat, Thomas and Grace Rauch, and Erik and Hanna Jarl. Her cherubs all. She also leaves many special nieces and nephews. Margie was predeceased by her siblings and their spouses, Anthony (Connie) Margott, Florence (Peter) Fabbio, Louise (Samuel) SanGiacomo, Angelo (Joan) Margott, Marie (Joseph) Tofani, Genevieve (Salvatore) Butera, Claire (Richard) Graeme and dear niece, Janice Nappi. Relatives and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, December 3, 2022, at 11:30 a.m. at Mary, Mother of Our Savior Parish, Our Lady of Lourdes campus. The family will receive guests following Mass. Private interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Utica. In lieu of flowers, remembrances in Margaret’s name may be made to Salvation Army (www.salvationarmyusa.org). Envelopes will be available at the Mass. Margie’s family would like to thank her wonderful neighbors, Gary and Lyn Kiefer for always being there, providing comfort to the family, for their concern and attention paid to Mom over the years. Thanks also to Michelle and Kevin Barrick for their thoughtfulness over the years. Also a note of gratitude to Tracy Margott her mother, Gloria, and the staff of Utica Rehab for their care and affection for Mom. A special thank you to her roommate Janet for her patience and kindness to Margaret.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Margaret Margott LaDuc June 22 1923 November 27 2022.

McGrath, Myslinski, Karboski & Nunn Funeral Directors

Death notice for the town of: Utica, state: New York

death notice Margaret Margott LaDuc June 22 1923 November 27 2022

obituary notice Margaret Margott LaDuc June 22 1923 November 27 2022

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