Margaret M. Schmidt

Date of Death: 
September 4, 2018

Margaret M. “Margie” Schmidt passed away on September 4, 2018 at the age of 59. She is survived by her loving daughters Maura Stein (Jesse), Alana Stein (Iyarn) and Kathleen Stein (Skyy) and their father Carl Stein. Loving Mom-Mom of Miles, Nina and Herb. Dear sister of Sharon Boddy (Charlie) and Patrick Heneghan (Traci) and aunt of Chuck Boddy. Relatives and friends are invited to call Monday from 11am to 12 noon at GALZERANO FUNERAL HOME 9304 OLD Bustleton Avenue, Phila 19115. Funeral Service will follow at 12. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers family would prefer donations to Women in Transition at www.helpwomen.org/donations-support

Memories and Condolences

My condolences to Margie's family in your time of mourning. I have nothing but fond memories of Margie - she was a wonderful, fun person who was loved by the nursing students she taught at Drexel.

My sincere condolences to all...I had the honor of working with Margie when we both started as new nursing faculty at Drexel. Although Margie had a tough "go of it" for a number of years...she will always be remembered as a truly remarkable person. I can only hope that she is at rest and the memories of "happy times" with her will remain with you all always!

I am so sorry for your family's loss. I taught with Margie many years ago. She was wicked smart and funny. She was a wonderful teacher and nurse.

Patrick sorry for your loss. It is always so difficult when you lose a sibling. Take care and god bless.

I have the fondest memories of spending time at your house . I spent countless fun New Year’s Eves and I’m pretty sure I had my first sleepover ever with Maura at your house. I hope you find peace and love in the afterlife .

I will always remember her as someone with a fun laugh and smile. She was so smart and funny. I am so sorry that she had to leave this world but I pray she is at peace now. Maura, Alana and Kate, the Carminati's extend their thoughts and prayers. Remember the good times and cherish each other.

I really enjoyed working with Margie at Meta she was such a fun loving positive person who loveed women’s health.It’s been a while since I’ve seen her but I always appreciated her sense of humor. Rest well Margie

PJ and family,
Deepest sympathy for the loss of your sister. The past twelve months have been horrible.
You’re all in my prayers

Ann

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