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Margaret (Maggi) Schwartz Morin

Died: Wed., Aug. 10, 2011


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Margaret (Maggi) Schwartz Morin, 65, passed away Aug 10, 2011, at home in Frederick, MD, after a 2-year battle with brain cancer. Maggi was supported at home by Hospice of Frederick County for the last few months. Maggi was born July 31 1946 in Washington DC, was raised and completed high school in Aberdeen, MD and attended the University of Maryland.  Maggi married Captain Dennis Morin March 22, 1970 in Aberdeen, and, after multiple moves in the US and overseas, finally settled in Rockville, MD in 1985. Maggi and Dennis moved to Frederick, MD in 2002, where they were joined by her parents, Leo and Juliet (Julie) Schwartz in 2003. Maggi was the caregiver for both, until Julie’s death in Oct 2006 and Leo’s death in May 2008. Maggi is survived by Dennis, son Ari David and wife Jenifer Lynn (Gerber), and grandson Jake Leland of Leesburg, VA. Maggi also leaves brothers Eric B. Schwartz of Port Deposit, MD and Sam H. Schwartz of Egg Harbor TW, NJ. Maggi had a life-long involvement with youth, especially at-risk youth initiatives.  Earning a degree in Criminal Justice in CA, and with advanced studies in Criminal Justice, Maggi applied her early experience in neighborhood youth summer programs and her professional education in developing youth intervention programs, and community and school counseling and guidance programs. Maggi added youth sports programs, including several years as a baseball coach for high school summer league in Rockville, to a lifelong passion for sports and her beloved Baltimore Colts (and later Ravens) and her Baltimore Orioles. And Maggi had a lifelong interest in photography; her home filled with her work. To all the winter baseball cruise mates for many years, and to all who joined and supported Maggi’s Journey for the last two years – you know she did it her way.
 
The Memorial Service will be @ the Wormans Mill Community Club House Sun, Aug 28 from 2:00 - 5:00 PM.
 
Memorials in Maggi’s name may be sent to Hospice of Frederick County, 516 Trail Ave., PO Box 1799, Frederick, MD 21702, http://www.hospiceoffrederick.org/ or to your local Hospice.
 

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Susan and Carrie Harlow
   Posted Fri August 12, 2011
Denny and Ari

Carrie and I are so sorry to hear of Maggi's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Maggi was a special lady and I will forever remember her kindness and our many talks. If there is anything that you need please let me know.

Susan

Keith Dudley
   Posted Fri August 12, 2011
Denny, my condolences on the loss of Maggi. I had been following her and your travail from afar and she had put up a valient fight. I will continue to pray that God provide the comfort and strength to both you and Ari to survive this loss.

Keith

Martin & Tammy Holder
   Posted Fri August 12, 2011
Denny, our condolences to you and your family.

Martin & Tammy

Fermon(Vince) and Lynda Venson
   Posted Fri August 12, 2011
Denny,
May God bless and keep you and your family at this season in your life. Our hearts and prayers go out to you all. When we think of Maggi, we promise to smile and not be sad.

Terry and Peter Grau
   Posted Fri August 12, 2011
We are so sorry for the loss of your special Maggi. She was such a loving, funny bundle of fun and caring. We will miss her while also realizing she is in a place of loving and safety that she earned. We continue to keep your entire family in our prayers.

Ellen and Bob Britsch
   Posted Sat August 13, 2011
Denny,
We have followed your journey on Caring Bridge and are in awe at the wonderful way you kept life in your lives the entire time, even close to the end. You will remain in our prayers.

Ellen and Bob Britsch

Brian Gallagher/ Lori Ortelli
   Posted Sat August 13, 2011
DENNY,
As Maggie''s journey ends, you, as well as the rest of us, will find solace in the Caring Bridge documentary of the love, passion, and caring everyone had for her. May you have this as a source of strength in these darkest of times.


Silvia and Joe Rigutto
   Posted Sun August 14, 2011
Denny,
Our heartfelt condolences in this time of sadness. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. We will keep looking for you and Rookie in our daily walks.

Jack and Karen Priestner
   Posted Sun August 14, 2011
Denny-
There are no words to help you through this difficult time. Please know we are thinking of you, wishing you strength and comfort during the days ahead.

Anita Morin
   Posted Sun August 14, 2011
Dear Dennis, and Ari & Jen,

Maggi was so fortunate to have your care and devotion during these past two years, right to the end, with extraordinary attentiveness from you in all ways. While Maggi''s passing deeply saddens me, I still delight in her spirit, as I so admired her style and grace.

May the peace of the eternal spirit be with you, now and forever.

Much love,

Anita


George Abraham
   Posted Sun August 14, 2011
Denny, may God give you the strength to persevere through this difficult time. I didn't have the privilege of knowing Maggi, but I can see through all the notes and comments that she was a terrific woman who brought joy and love to all those she touched. May all the fond memories of her life be of some consolation to you and your family, and may God's light shine upon you in your hour of darkness. Take care, my friend. I'll keep you in my prayers.

George Abraham

MIke & Barb Breen
   Posted Mon August 15, 2011
Denny,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We will remember Maggi for her spirit and friendliness.


Bruce and Brucie Lindsey
   Posted Mon August 15, 2011
Denny, please know you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time.

Rodney Scites
   Posted Mon August 15, 2011
Denny,

I join with so many others who knew Maggi in offering my deepest sympathy on her passing from my family. Although it is little consolation at this sad time, it should be of some satisfaction to know that in her passing you can celebrate the end of a very long and productive life. Maggie had touched only my life but my daughter’s also in her time of need.

The measure of her life well-lived is the lives she touched and the sorrow they leave behind. If the outpouring of sympathy on your loss is any indication, and it most certainly is, you can proudly and confidently say that she indeed touch our lives in so many ways.

May you find peace and comfort in knowing that our loss is felt by all who knew and loved her.

Again, with our deepest sympathy,
Rodney Scites

Karen & Jeff Port
   Posted Mon August 15, 2011
Denny and family - We are so sorry to hear of your loss of your beloved wife. God Bless you and your family during this sad time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Karen & Jeff

Ron Hamrah, Governor, Corvette Club of America
   Posted Mon August 15, 2011
Denny,
I am forwarding your notice to all of our club members. I, the Officers and the members of the Corvette Club of America join me in expressing our deepest sympathy on Maggi's death. Please accept our condolences and assurance of our prayers for you and your family.

Ron Hamrah
Governor, Corvette Club of America

Debbie Prather
   Posted Tue August 16, 2011
Denny, I'm so sorry to hear about Maggi's death. Ya know, she was one of my favorite people. I'm sure she's in a better place. My thoughts and love are with you and your family.

Debbie Prather
(friend of Steve Clipper)

Lewis O. Saunders
   Posted Fri August 19, 2011
To the Family:
Denny, I am so sorry in hearing about the untimely death of your beloved Wife. What a beautiful person and what a beautiful road she travelled in bringing so much to others. Her passing indeed brought so much sadness and even hope to me because as I always thought there are so many wonderful people in this world. I just hope that I can bring just a fraction of the happiness that she has brought to so many. Thank you so much for sharing that story about the life of your beautiful Wife.

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