Guest Book for Margaret C. (Cichonski) Laba

Provided by Jackman Funeral Home

Thu April 22, 2021
I am sorry to hear of Margaret's passing.  She was a wonderful resident of Northbridge that taught many children over the years. She always had a hearty hello and a smile for people. Her story telling was top notch.  God Bless you and keep you Margaret. Enjoy being reunited with your soul mate as I know how much you missed him. Love and Light Margaret.

Posted by: Cathy staniunas
Thu April 22, 2021
Margaret, was my friend since  2013,  her husband  and my  husband     worked together   25 years,  she was a very kind person,  and was good to everyone she came in contact with,  she was helping cats a lot doing the best she could,  meme  fifi  Angie   and red all loved her very much ,she was devoted to her Ritchie.  I will miss you Margaret, God bless you and I pray you have gone to heaven  with Jesus     blessings   Cathy

Posted by: Karl Langevin
Thu April 22, 2021
Margaret, Rest In Peace, you will be missed.

Posted by: Brenda
Thu April 22, 2021
I did not have her in school, but knew her through Shaws.. She was always coming in talking about her late husband, and her cats.. She welcomed every new manager to shaws, often with some sage advice on how they should treat the employees.. She was a kind soul, with a big heart and she will be missed by all.. Rest in peace my friend. You are now in the arms of your love.

Posted by: Homer Rajotte
Fri April 23, 2021
Mrs. Laba was my Grade 5 teacher in the 1977-1978 school year. What great memories I have! May she rest in peace.

Posted by: Douglas Cook
Fri April 23, 2021
I was so sorry to hear of Margaret’s passing. My first encounter with her was in the Balmer school system, she started teaching along side with Mr. Robbins.
  In the years to follow I learned she got married to Richie and ironically lived across from me on Providence Road.
  I moved back to town to care for my mother, consequently moving my hair salon to the old homestead. It wasn’t to long before I got more friendly with her and Richie. Eventually she even started having her hair done. It was through the visits for haircuts that we really bonded more and more.
   When Richie passed I tried to help her along with life ( her new normal) as best i could. She enjoyed going to the movies, rides to get ice cream, eating out and many more excursions.
    Keeping in touch over the years with greeting  cards, I always wanted to go visit her but life always got in the way. Of course then the pandemic evolved and life as we all knew it stopped.
   I will always cherish her friendship and will be forever grateful for knowing her.
   Rest In Peace with your beloved Richie, your finally home in heaven where you can now be content. May God bless you and Richie for all eternity, your friend Doug.

Posted by: Anne M. Farley
Fri April 23, 2021
I graduated with Margarate in the class of 1965.  She was a great person and very caring lady.  I saw her at Shaw's just a few days before she passed away.   Prayers and thoughts go out to the family at this time.