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Margaret Collier
  • January 17, 1925
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  • January 07, 2022

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Margaret Emma Vogel Collier, 96, of Titusville, went home to be with the Lord, on January 7, 2022.

Margaret was born January 17, 1925, in Ridgewood, New York to the late Frederick and Mary Vogel. Margaret was preceded in death by her siblings, Alfred, Marie, George, Walter and Catherine. She was also preceded in death by her husband John of 64 years.

She is survived by her sons Ron (Cindy), Chuck, and Tim (Margo); five grandchildren, Keara (Adam) Trummel, Marc (Devon), Taylor, Hunter and Logan, and two great grandchildren, Calvin and Kacie.

During WWII, she worked as a switchboard operator. She moved to Florida in 1972. She became involved with the Titusville chapter of Welcome Wagon, serving as a president for several years.

Margaret loved to garden, sew and crochet. She was a devout Christian (a founding member of Faith Baptist Church), devoted wife, and a marvelous mother.

There will be a Memorial Service at Faith Baptist Church, Titusville, on Saturday, January 15, at 11 AM and will be “live streamed” at www.faithfulbaptist.com

Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery.

Donations may be made to Faith Baptist Church Senior Ministry (1220 N. Carpenter Road).


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  1. Bryan Mulcahy says:
    15 Jan 2022
    Margie was a wonderful person full of compassion and inspiration. She and John were so proud of Chuck, Tim, Ron, and the entire extended family. Margie and John helped me overcome some extreme emotional and spiritual issues, albeit long distance by phone. I owe a great debt of gratitude to both of them. While it is sad that Margie is no longer with us in person, her spirit lives and she is back with John. I'm sure both Margie and John would have been very proud of the eulogy that Logan delivered today. I appreciated the privilege that Chuck, Tim, and Margo extended to allow me to attend the funeral. I considered it an honor to attend. My Shelia also sends her regards. She has been very sick and was unable to be in the car for any length of time due to her back and hip issues.

  2. Terry & Tony Matyszczyk says:
    13 Jan 2022
    Losing someone you love is never easy, but feeling so blessed that I shared a part of Aunt Margie’s life. I always enjoyed receiving cards and letters from her and was amazed that even while in her 90’s, Aunt Margie’s perfect penmanship still put my sloppy handwriting to shame!
    To Ron, Chuck, Tim and the extended Collier family, please accept our heartfelt condolences and find comfort knowing that someone so special as your mom will live on in our memories forever.

  3. Fred Vogel says:
    11 Jan 2022
    I have fond memories of Aunt Margaret and Uncle John visiting us in New York on their way back from some trip. They were the great adventurers of the family and would often stay a few days before returning to Florida. It was an honor to have Margaret not only as an aunt, but as a godmother.

  4. Charlie Hyneman says:
    10 Jan 2022
    Mrs.C was a great person loved by many. I have known her for over 40 years and she always was kind and concerned about how I was. She was a great partner to Mr. C- another great person. She was a woman of great faith.

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