Margaret Meegan - Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

September 6, 1956 - October 30, 2021


Margaret Meegan, age 65, of Richfield, passed away on October 30, 2021. Survived by her children, Megan (Wes) Thompson; Nina (John) Sterbuck; Rose (Jason) Goblirsch; and Nicholas Gran; grandchildren, Wesley, Austin, Trinity, Cole, Riley, Kellen, CJ, Kameron, Ella, Olive, and Gracie; siblings, John (Pat); Mark (Yvonne); Tim (Jan); Gerry (Porntip); and Mary Kay. She was preceded in death by father, Alfred; mother, Birdie; step-mother, Anne; siblings, Ray, Albert, and Liz.

Margaret grew up in Oak Park, IL. As a young adult she moved to Minneapolis, where she raised her four children. Margaret was beautiful inside and out. She was a natural caregiver and gave her love unconditionally. Her heart never knew judgement, it pulsed with charity and equality, instead. Margaret was a founding member of V.O.C.A.L., Victims of child Abuse Laws. She successfully changed legislature to pass laws that protect family rights for future generations.

She was a soulful writer, a creative storyteller, a talented artist of stick figures, a Catholic-school perfected cursive writer, and a top-notch seamstress reliably sewing buttons back on perfect every time. She was a Nana who always had the time (and candy), the Grand-Master Snuggler, and a suspected witch because she could conjure up a homemade meal with virtually nothing in the cupboard.

Celebrate Margaret's life with friends and family at 5:00 PM at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1601 East American Blvd., Bloomington.




1 Comment

  1. Julie Price says:

    To all of Margaret’s beautiful children/grandchildren, I am deeply sorry for the loss of your sweet mama/nana. May you ever feel her love in the many precious memories made. Much love to you all….Auntie Julie

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