Margo Stenson, 1969—2014

Beloved mother of six children, three boys and three girls. She will be missed.

Margo’s Leaf is placed at Seattle Mennonite Church. If you have photos or memories to share, please post a comment.

2 Comments

  • karen Francis

    Margo was my sister…I miss her so much. I was nine years old when she was born. I took care of her. Sorry I cant stop crying while writing this. I think of her every day. So when she was born I was turning nine, I came home from school and was expecting my birthday party and my mom was at UW hospital having my sister. My older brother was graduating from Nathan Hail that night.
    It is kind of vague now, I don’t know where my older sister Robin was or my father. So, anyway, we became very close and as we got older people would ask if we were twins. I was born June 4 and she was born June 5, nine years apart. Okay we are Gemini’s the twins…we would say yes we are twins just nine years apart. Margo is missed. I have lost my mom, dad, husband, nephew and others I cannot even begin to tell you. Anyway I think about Margo nearly everyday.

  • Kristina van Komen

    I met Margo through my father as one of his tenants. He always believed we would get along. Eventually we became roommates and its an experience I will never forget. I had gained (not biologically) but a sister. She was my best friend. I think of her every single day. I too miss her all the time. She was a huge role model for me and I am forever grateful for that. Margo Rose beautiful on the inside and out. I miss you all the time love❤

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