Marguerite McInerney

McInerney (Brehaut) Marguerite, wife of the late Warren McInerney, passed away peacefully on October 20, 2020. Survived by her children Catherine (Charlotte), Marilyn Gladu, and Robert, along with grandchildren and their spouses: Gillian & Ryan Sguigna, Katie Gladu & Oliver Jones, Brian & Angelique McInerney and Rebecca McInerney & Tannor Hadden. Sister of brothers Maurice (Lisa), the late Windsor, and Keith(Velma) Brehaut. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, October 24 at 10:00 am on Zoom. Send an email to [email protected] to receive the link.

18 Comments on “Marguerite McInerney”

  1. Marguerite’s years of active service at Queen Street Baptist Church are remembered with warmth and gratitude. Sincere condolences to her family.

  2. Marilyn and family,
    So sorry to read about the passing of your mother/grandmother. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. May pleasant memories eventually bring you peace.
    Michael and Cathy

  3. We offer our support and prayers to Marilyn and all of her family. We are sad for your loss of a lovely Lady and happy that she had such a wonderful life.

  4. Cathie – So sorry to hear about your mother – thInking of you at this difficult time, and sending my support and sympathy to you, Marilyn and Robert and families.

  5. I had Miss Brehaut as a grade 4 school teacher at Edith Cavell school in St Catharines. I believe this was her first year teaching and she had come from Charletttown PEI. I don’t remember if it was Christmas or Easter Holdays but when we returned to the classroom after the holidays Miss Brehaut told us she was now married and her name was now McInerney. What a surprise to her class! Anyway, during her 25th anniversary of her teaching career and now at Lincoln Centennial School, still in St Catharines, she taught my son. I met her there at a parent teacher interview. When I walked into the room I shouted Miss Brehaut and she said it must be an Edith Cavell student. So funny and she was correct.
    Your mom and grandma was a great teacher and my son and myself have many fond memories of her during our school days.
    Sorry for your loss. I will never forget Mrs. McInerney

  6. We fondly remember your Mom from her many years as part of our Queen Street family in St. Catharines. She was a stellar model of faith in action & so very practical, sensible, & intelligent! Our sincere condolences

  7. Celebrate her life with JOY, SMILE when your thoughts involve her. Be THANKFUL of God’s open arms, and remember that your friends are always by your side. Our condolences to all of your family. Love Les and Sonia

  8. I have many fond memories of Marguerite, and I will miss her faithful friendship. Marguerite was a class act! My sincere condolences to Cathie, Marilyn, Bob and families.

  9. RaeAnn and I have many fond memories of Marguerite. She added so much to the life of our church family. We send our condolences, love and prayers . . . . .

  10. Marilyn, We would like to express our deepest sympathies to you and your family on the loss of your mother.

    Sincerely,

    Rhoda and Noel

  11. It was my privilege and pleasure to be Marguerite’s pastor from 2000 to her moving from St.Catharines, particularly at the time of Warren’s passing. I appreciated her welcome and good-humored sociability, her positive can-do attitude, and her sincere Christian faith.

  12. Marilyn and Family,

    Wyoming Baptist Church was sadden to hear of Marguerite’s passing. We will miss seeing her once in a while. She will always be remembered. Sending our thoughts and Prayers

  13. Dear Marilyn and family, our condolences on the loss of your mother and grandmother. I always enjoyed chatting with Marguerite at church and when we visited with her at Albany. She will be missed but always remembered
    Sheila Anderson

  14. Your mom was such a lovely lady with a sweet soul and always wearing a smile. Praise the Lord she knew Him. We send our condolences to you and your girls.

  15. “Although no words can take away the sorrow that you bear. May it be comforting to you to know that others care.” – Hugs, The Robertson’s

  16. Scott and I extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family. We hope you can find comfort in your faith and knowing that the soul of your mother will be at peace with our Heavenly Father.

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