BURTON, Margaret (Morrice) Reg. N. Ottawa Civic Hospital Class of '33 Surrounded by the love of family and a caring staff, Mother passed away peacefully at Maxville Manor on Friday, December 24, 2004, within hours of hearing of the safe arrival of her sixth great-grandchild, Margaret (Morrice) of Russell in her 93rd year. Beloved wife and partner of the late W. Ernest Burton, former Reeve of Russell Township. Dearly loved mother of John (Sarah Jane) of Guelph, Joyce (Ian MacGregor) of Russell, Barbara (Gary Newman) of Glen Robertson and Patricia of Ottawa. Adored grammie to Catherine (Rob Reynolds) and Cameron (Nancy Goupil) MacGregor; Alana (Steve Sheeren) and Cole Burton (Emily Rubidge); Scott (Julia De Benedetti), Alyson (Matt Williams) and Erin Graham; fondly remembered by their father Jim Graham. Special great-granmie to Tristan and Kayla MacGregor; Olivia and Grace Graham; Sean Reynolds; and Analeina Williams. Predeceased by brothers William and George in Scotland and in Canada by brothers Alexander, James, Robert, John and Charles and sister Catherine Taylor. Sister-in-law of Margery Morrice, May Burton Hetherington and Dorothy Burton. Special and well loved aunt to her many nieces and nephews. Mother was deeply committed to her family and to her faith. Actively involved in the church through the choir, U.C.W. and W.I. and in the community especially with youth as a leader with 4H Homemaking clubs for 30 years. Her strength, kindness, compassion and wonderful smile will be truly missed. Family and friends are invited to pay their respects at the Duncan Funeral Home, Chapel & Reception Centre, 6971 Bank Street, (formerly Highway 31, between Scrivens Drive and Metcalfe Corner) from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, December 28th and from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, December 29th. Funeral Thursday, December 30th to St. Andrews and St. Pauls United Church, 31 Mill Street, Russell for Service at 11 a.m. Interment North Russell Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Ottawa Hospital Foundation, the Winchester & District Memorial Hospital, the Childrens Hospital of Eastern Ontario or the Maxville Manor Foundation would be most appreciated. Published in the Ottawa Citizen from 12/27/2004 - 12/29/2004.