Margaret Ann Elizabeth  Traini

This obituary is protected by copyright by MacCoubrey Funeral Home Limited. Proudly serving Northumberland County in the province of Ontario, Canada. All rights reserved.

Margaret Ann Elizabeth Traini

May 10, 1951 - May 25, 2019

It is with great sadness that the family of Margaret Ann Elizabeth Traini announces her peaceful passing on Saturday May 25, 2019 at Orchard Villa Retirement Residence in her 69th year. Born May 10th, 1951 in Drummonds, Montserrat to parents Susannah Rebecca Farrell Sweeney “Aunt Beck” and William Henry Allen. Margaret emigrated to Cobourg, Ontario in 1973. She proudly gained her Canadian Citizenship in 1976. Margaret completed her Health Care Aid Certificate from Sir Sanford Fleming, and was employed by the Golden Plough Lodge where she worked for 15 years. Margaret entered into her second career after obtaining her certification from the School of Hairstyling in Oshawa in 1990 and worked as a hairstylist until retirement from Hair Fitness in Bowmanville. Margaret was a strong, devoted and loving mother of Michael Traini (Paula Lawder).  Cherished sister of Mary Farrell, Catherine Farrell, Jeremiah Farrell, Cecil Sweeney, David Sweeney, Lennard Sweeney, Ceadman-Jaboni Sweeney and Sarah Charles.  She will be lovingly remembered by Anthony Allen (Eunice) and Roselyn Kirnon.  Will be missed by dear friends the Gayle family and Noella Meade.  Fondly remembered by many other family members and friends. A visitation will be held at MacCoubrey Funeral Home 30 King St. E., Cobourg on Friday the 7th of June at 12:30 pm.  A service will follow in the chapel at 1:30 pm. Reception and Burial to follow.   Donations may be made in her memory to the Alzheimer Society.  Condolences received at   “There are no good-byes, wherever you are, you will always be in my heart” – Mahatma Gandhi


Jessie Bowen - June 11, 2019

Saddened to hear of your loss, deepest condolences in this difficult time.All the best from the Bowen family.

Nishmar Gayle - June 7, 2019 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Alzheimer Society

Shelley Knott - June 7, 2019 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Alzheimer Society

Robert and Eugenia Cairns - June 7, 2019

We were neighbours of Margaret and Michael for many years on Bagot Street in Cobourg. Margaret lived quietly down the street with Michael and impressed us with her quiet dignity. Michael enjoyed coming up the street to join our kids in back yard baseball games. We send our sincere condolences and best wishes. Robert and Eugenia Cairns

Andrea Hustler - June 4, 2019

Thinking of you Michael during these hard times. Your mom was the sweetest lady. I remember how kind she was and her smile could brighten up the room. She will always be with you. Your old middle school buddyAndrea Hustler

Pauline Bailey - June 3, 2019

My sincere condolences to Margarets family.

Linda Cornelius - June 3, 2019 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Alzheimer Society

Mark Vander Vennen - May 30, 2019

Dear Michael, I am so sad to have learned that your mother has passed away, much too young. I have fond memories of her from baseball days. We had any number of lovely conversations as we watched our boys play ball. She was fiercely dedicated to you, as you know! All the best to you as you deal with and work through this loss.

The Fischl Family - May 30, 2019 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Alzheimer Society

Willimtine Allen - May 30, 2019

Margret Allen Farrell Traini was born in Drummonds, Montserrat, West Indies to Benjamin Allen and Rebecca Farrell. She was neutered by her grandmother Margaret Ann Allen. She Attended St John's Primary School. She attended St John's Anglican Church. After leaving school she went to live with her Aunt Margaret Ryner in Kingsale Montserrat. There she learned the trade to be a seamstress. She worked very hard in order to make a life for herself. The opportunity present itself where she could migrate to Canada. The challenge of a new environment and the quest to succeed made her more aware of the road which she had to travel; and the discipline which she had to exercise in order to succeed. She met and married her husband Bob. After a short while her Husband died, and she was left alone to fight on. With the motivation to succeed she dried her tears. covered her sorrows and continued on. God's blessings was always with her, His presence continued as he prepared her for the best event of her life the gift of a Son. Michael was born a gift from GOD. The circumstances gave her focus to a new path she has to walk; the challenge to raise up a child. At last she had some one she could call her own. Her overwhelming love for her Son gave her courage to master the art of parenthood.Through sickness and health her support for her son was unquestionable. She fought long and hard for the pride of her life to make sure there was nothing left undone that she could have done to prepare him for his success in life.Margaret you have fought a good fight, your course is already run. After this is the Lord the righteous Judge awaits to give you the reward for your labor.REST MY SISTER IN THE BUSSOM OF THE FATHER. NO MORE PAIN, NOR CONFLICT, NOR STIVINGS.From Anthony and Eunice

Lorne and Millie Lawder - May 30, 2019

Our deepest condolences to Mike and Paula and family We did not know your mother but she must have been a great lady and mother to have raised such an outstanding son Our thoughts are with you at this time Lorne and Millie

Liz McCaughey - May 29, 2019

Dear Michael, I remember you and your Mom so well from kindergarten. She was a gracious lady and a very loving mother. I have often thought of the two of you over the years and wished you well. I’m so sorry, Michael. You will miss Margaret. My sincere sympathy.Your kindergarten teacher, Liz McCaughey

Kelli and Roy - May 29, 2019

Our sincere condolences to Michael, Paula, and your family on the passing of your mom.

carolyn hamlin ( Cormier) - May 29, 2019

Oh Margaret R I P and you will be missed. Thank You