Margaret Anderson

1926 - 2020


Margaret Avis Kallberg Anderson was born December 13, 1926 in Minneapolis, Minnesota and passed away December 21, 2020, in Damariscotta, Maine. She was the younger daughter of her parents, Edna Ziebarth and Clarence Kallberg.

As a young girl, Margaret, along with her sister, Marie, enjoyed school and happy times in Minneapolis. Clarence's health circumstances took the family North near Bay Lake, MN, where they settled and lived for several years. The sisters attended school...

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Kareb Rosengren Wodnick

January 9, 2021 8:40 PM

Margaret (Muggy) was my cousin.  Her Mom and my Mom (Adeline) were sisters.  As my sister Leone said we all had crushes on her husband when she got married.  Sorry I lost touch with Muggy and her family.  The last time I saw her was at our Aunt Phil's 90th birthday here in Minnesota.  My thoughts and prayers are with your family


January 9, 2021 6:28 PM

Margaret was my cousin and we called her Muggie. Her daughter just let us know if her passing. She was so much fun to be with. I remember when she married Andy. All her little ciusins(me included) had crushes on him. I
Last time I saw her was a year and a half. Ago when she and Christine and family made a trip to Montana to visit Yellowstone. We met in Bozeman and had a great afternoon and dinner. I really enjoyed her company and will miss her very much.  Leone Nuessle. HerMom was my Mom’s older sister

Anne Holmes

December 25, 2020 11:37 AM

Margaret worked with me at Skidompha for many years, and I did so enjoy her company and quick wit. I've missed her since Skidompha's been closed, and I'm very sad that I won't be seeing her again. I know she loved her kitties (one named Mr. Dickens) and I hope they're well. My deep sympathy to the family. She was a wonderful person.

Judy Jones

December 23, 2020 9:52 AM

Our deepest sympathy to Margaret's family. We often visited with Andy and Margaret after church at Second Cong. and also at the Strawberry Festival on Bunker Hill, where Margaret was the whip cream "whipper" for many years. Later I got to play bridge with Margaret in our Wed. group. She was a great bridge player, with a wicked sense of humor. Even if she won the pennies, she had fun and made us all have fun and just enjoy our time together. Rest in peace with your beloved Andy. Love, Judy and Wilt Jones

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