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Margaret Mariann Agyeman

February 2, 1940 ~ September 9, 2023 (age 83) 83 Years Old

Margaret Agyeman Obituary

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the loss of our mom, grandma, great grandma, sister and aunty Margaret Agyeman who passed away on Saturday, September 9, 2023 at the age of 83 with her family by her side.

Margaret was a loving and dedicated mother. She is survived by her children Ken Grebinski (Angi), Brenda Redman (Guy) & David Agyeman (Kim); blessed with 7 grandchildren and 4 great grand children Tori (Mike) Grebinski, Jayce (Dakota) Grebinski, Brenden Wishlow (Nathan), Courtney Rink (Chris), Damon, Colby and Hayden Agyeman, Wells and Grey Trarback, Amelia and Alana Rink, sisters Pat Keating (Don), Linda Jesse, brother in law Ben Grebinski (Starla), brother in law Leonard Ludwig, sister in law Mary Fieber, sister in law June Fieber, numerous nieces and nephews.

She is predeceased by her husband Kojo Agyeman, parents Stephen and Margaret Fieber, in laws Stanley and Rose Grebinski, brothers Stephen, Raymond and Tony Fieber, sisters Evelyn Fornwald, Marie Ludwig and Ann Ohochinski, brother in laws Philip Grebinski, Fred Fornwald, Hank Ohochinski and Larry Jesses,

Margaret was born in Lampman, SK. She moved to Regina in her late teens to take a certificate of  journeyman in Beauty Culture. Margaret hair dressed at the Golden Mile in Regina and than in Lampman where she opened Margaret’s Beauty Salon. Margaret had many dedicated clients over the years doing sets, perms and haircuts. Margaret worked 40 years as a hair dresser Tuesday to Saturday but on every Monday, you would find Margaret in her kitchen baking buns, cinnamon buns, butterhorns and donuts.  Margaret cherished the line up of kids after school on Mondays that were at her door waiting to sample what had been baked. Everyone got something!  Cooking and feeding her family was pure enjoyment for her. There was no greater joy than sending butterhorns home with her grandchildren or flipping big pancakes for breakfast to feed her family.

Margaret retired and went to work part time at Lampman Centennial Care Home in the kitchen for a few years.

Margaret loved her home, family and friends in Lampman and was sad to leave them but cherished all the memories that were made in her home town.  She moved to Esterhazy to be closer to her daughter Brenda.  She spent 17 years in Esterhazy where she again made special friendships and spent much time with her daughter. 

She impacted many people (friends, family, strangers, nurses and Doctors) with her courage and positive attitude to fight cancer.  She refused to give up and took chemo until 2 months ago when the cancer had spread to her liver and lungs.


This last year she moved into Maple Street Manor and formed such close bonds with the staff and residents.  She always had a smile on her face and an ear to listen.   She had the ability to lift the spirits of everyone at the Manor and enjoyed her time drinking coffee and having the odd cigarette.

She was so proud of children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and was not shy to tell everyone that she was.

Her love for music is in us all and we will continue to remember Margaret (Our precious mom) by listening to her favorite songs.

Margaret told her children every time they saw her and right up to the very end;

“To enjoy everything now and to laugh often, because you never know when it can end”.  Margaret did just that.

A Celebration of Life will be on October 14, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. at the Big Bear Room, Bear Claw Casino at Whitebear.  Please respond by October 1, 2023 if planning on attending to

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St. Anthony's Hospital, Palliative Care
Esterhazy SK S0A 0X0


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