Margaret Tarr

September 9, 1925 – October 17, 2022

Margaret Tarr of Tillsonburg, Ontario passed away peacefully at Woodingford Lodge with family by her side.
Predeceased by her husband Stephen Tarr (May 17, 2011).
Loved Mom of Margaret DeGroote.
Loving Grandma of Steven DeGroote, his wife Lisa, and their daughters.
Dear sister of Helen Paridaen (Ken predeceased), and John Foris and his wife Elaine.  Aunt Margaret will be missed by her nieces and nephews.
Wareing Cremation Services, 346 Simcoe St., Tillsonburg has been entrusted with Final Arrangements.  Your messages of remembrance and condolence may be shared here at

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  • Sincere condolences to the family. We remember her fondly as a member of our extended family. When we spoke of her, we always called her Aunt Margaret. Many happy memories of times she spent with Mom and Dad, Simon and Helen Barzo.

    Steve and Elaine (Barzo) Csire
  • She will be missed ,?she was a beautiful lady … irene clarkson and ray bertel

    Irene clarkson
  • Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Many good memories of Margaret.

    Len and Patti Brinker
  • Condolences to the family. 🙏💔

    Christine Roose
  • “Grandma” TARR was a beautiful person. The Hantz Family loved her and “Grandpa” TARR very much. We are happy they are together again! Our deepest sympathies to Munci, Steven, Helen and families.

    Jim & Linda Hantz
  • To the Family and Friends of Margaret…l have worked at Woodingford Lodge for 30 years..and l had the Great pleasure in knowing Margaret.
    She was a Special Lady with a big,kind heart..And Love for music was something special… she would join in singing and rocking and shaking to the music…It would bring a smile to us all.. Maragaret and l would start singing songs…and she would say how good we were…l would then call her my singing sister and she would laugh and laugh.Even in the dinning room during meals she would be singing and rocking in her chair…She has touched my Heart..As l know she did to so many of you…l will always remember her…Keep singing and rocking to the music Margaret..

    Carolyn lrene Ford
  • So sorry for your loss. She had a long good life with you in her family.

    Yvette Halyk
  • Lisa has spoken so fondly of grandma over the years and shared pictures and videos of special moments that I feel that we have gotten insight on how special of a lady she was and know how deeply she will be missed. Deepest condolences to the entire family. She truly was a treasure to cherish.

    Kim Wilson

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