In Memoriam.ca - Always in our hearts

  • Charlotte Ensminger lit a candle on 09/06/2020:
    "Well, my lovely friend, you are gone too soon from our lives, and you will be greatly missed. I will miss your kind heart, your friendship, your open hearted wonderful laugh, your beautiful spirit, the deep love you had for your incredible children, and the care and concern you showed for the children of your friends. We shared so much over the years. Thank you Margaret for the many years of friendship. Rest well, be at peace and know you are deeply loved and appreciated. Charlotte "

  • Sara Schermerhorn lit a candle on 09/04/2020:
    "Thank you for all you have done, for your tremendous legacy. You are forever in our hearts."

  • wilma maratovic lit a candle on 09/05/2020:
    "Dear Friend, It has been an honour and a privilege to know you and share our journeys. May you rest in peace in the everlasting light and love. Your memory continues to bring joy and love into our world."

About her

Margaret Ann Johnson

Margaret Ann Johnson

Born: April 2nd, 1939

Passed on: August 23rd, 2020

Margaret Ann was a bright spirit, an angel on earth, who will be greatly missed. She leaves behind children Michael and Sara and their partners, her siblings, and many close friends and colleagues. The eldest of seven, Margaret Ann grew up in London, Ontario. After high school, she trained to become a Registered Nurse. She worked in Toronto, then moved to Vancouver, where the ocean and beauty of the west coast captivated her heart Margaret Ann studied yoga at the Yashodra Ashram by Kootney Lake, BC. Yoga, meditation, and Eastern philosophy and spirituality became a big part of her life. She practiced yoga and meditation daily. Margaret Ann also studied photography, and earned commissions on photography projects. Margaret studied law, and was called to the bar in 1989. She worked for the BC Civil Liberties Association. She then opened her own Family Law practice, because she wanted to help children and their families. Margaret Ann retired from Family Law in 2014, although she did pro Bono work up until her passing. She also managed to write a book. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Tibetan Refugee Aid Society (TRAS) or Oxfam. Margaret Ann supported these charities during her lifetime.