October 17, 1930 – February 12, 2019
Bradshaw: Margaret Elizabeth (nee Clark) passed away on February 12 2019 in Nelson BC. Margaret was born in Nelson BC October 17, 1930. She was predeceased by her parents Karen Clark (nee Larson) in 2006 in Nelson, Alexandra Clark and her brother Alex Clark in 2007 and sister in-law Joyce Clark in 2007.
Margaret is lovingly remembered and will be deeply missed by her daughter Linda Bradshaw and Stan, children Amber and Tye of Revelstoke and Chris and Courtney (Pokey) of Vernon BC. A daughter Helen Rogers of Armstrong BC, children Tom and Laura. A son Philip and Shelly Bradshaw of Cranbrook BC Children Corey, Clinton and Melanie. Margarets niece Karen Agnew and husband John, and their children of Mission BC, nephews Scott Clark, Stew Clark and Max Clark- she loved you guys! Margaret worked at Ted Allens Jewelry in 1960s early 70s, Nelson Medical Clinic in the late 70s and finally, retiring from the Heritage Inn Front Desk in the 90s. Margaret was a very beautiful, classy, sophisticated, caring, fun loving woman and very strong; she knew what she wanted. Her enjoyments in life were swimming, skating, sewing and gardening. She enjoyed shopping and the merchants in Nelson were so accommodating to her impeccable taste. Thank you to Lawrence at Main Street Diner for my Mom received first class dinner service from you and to the lady who worked at Pharmasave who always knew what my mother wanted. Now that lovely lady works for Vibe. Kerry Ravestein at Root 99 that kept Margaret ‘s lovely hair so perfectly groomed over the years. Kootenai Moon for first class service as well as Street Clothes “Tayo “. Esprit De La Femme and all the finer stores on Baker Street. Our wonderful Doctor Cochrane who really knew my Mom. Thank you, Kootenay Lake Hospital, Ron and Mavis.
Lord if peonies grow in heaven please pick a bunch for me, place them in my Mother’s arms and tell her they are from me and tell her I love her.
May you be in peace God bless you Mama I love you. A Celebration of life will be announced at a later date for Margaret Bradshaw.