Margaret Ellen Lloyd passed away peacefully at home, with her family by her side, on Monday, April 1st, 2024. Age 82 years.

Beloved wife of the late Garry ‘Butch’ Lloyd. Loving mother of Robert (Susanne) Lloyd; Garrett (Debbie) Lloyd; and Sharon Hamelin (Roger). Cherished Grandma of Ryan (Natalie), Gary (Leely), Riley, Heather (Joel), and Robert. Proud Great Grandma ‘G.G.’ of Ellie, Katie, Riley, Fiona, Grace, Elliot, and Bobby. Dear sister of the late John ‘Jack’ Haggart, and Doreen Lashbrook. Fondly remembered by her many nieces, nephews, extended family, and friends.

Cremation has taken place. A celebration of Margaret’s life will take place at the Parry Sound Royal Canadian Legion on Saturday, June 22nd at 2:00 P.M. Eulogies will begin at 2:30, followed by a light lunch. A cash bar only will also be available.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, or Sunnybrook Foundation would be appreciated.


Deepest condolences to the Lloyd family. I have fond memories of Mrs. Lloyd as a kid growing up on Addie Street. My mother would often talk about fun she had at get togethers in Marg’s home in Carling. Again, sympathies to Rob, Garrett, (I met at a tree stand in Dillon while hunting a few years back) and Sharon.

-Tim Johnson

I want to shout it out to everyone that knew Margaret Lloyd.. she was amazing, strong ,when she needed to be, emotional when she needed to be . Courage when she needed to be but always herself amazing mother to Robert, Garrett and Sharon.. knew that she's a devoted wife to Gary (Butch) until he passed and so devoted to Murray Richard ..this woman taught me self respect, Courage and devotion to your loved ones..I will miss her so very much and will always be grateful for letting me and accepting me into her family .. I will always take care of her boy Garrett and will always try to be the woman she Said i could be.... the people I have met and included in my family because of her are a serious blessing!! She was there during my hardest times and always lifted me up.. Margaret Lloyd you were an amazing mother in law ..every girl girl should be so lucky.. .I will love you always ❤️

-Debbie lloyd

To Robert, Garrett and Sharon and their families:
I don’t even know how to start when remembering the beautiful, strong, caring woman, Marg Lloyd. From the Friday night gatherings and the annual birthday party for Murray, she opened a door to the community and to the history of The Bay for us. What a life she had! From helping her dad fishing as a young woman to raising three children on her own, she had to be strong. As time went on we got to know the softer, caring side of Marg. She shaved her head to keep Barb company. She welcomed my friend, Sue, and recognized that she was a person who needed support. She lead an exercise group at the community centre where she was probably older than most people in the class. So many memories! May those memories hold all of you in good stead while you wrestle with her loss. We’re thinking of you.
Bonnie and Bent (Clyde)

-Bonnie and Bent Greflund

I am so sorry to read of your mom's passing. Please accept my sincere condolences.
Fawn (Ellis) (Hewett) Parks

-Fawn Parks

Robbie, Garrett, and Sharon
My deepest condolences on the loss of your Mom. Thinking of you during this time.


To Robert, Garrett, Sharon and extended family: Please accept our condolences on the passing of Marg. She was an incredible woman who was always friendly and helpful to our family. Over the years, she shared many amazing stories of growing up in Carling. Her love of Georgian Bay was inspirational. RIP, Marg.

-Ian & Marjory McDonald

Robert, Garrett, Sharon and their Family,
Our sincere condolences on the passing of Marg. She was a warm and caring individual who always had a funny story for us. It has been a difficult few years for the family and we hoped that perhaps a corner had been turned as Marg was telling us of all the activities she was involved in only last spring. She was a strong soul who will be greatly missed. Our heartfelt sympathy. Kelly & Peter

-Peter Hoogeveen & Kelly Cornford

To Robert, Garrett, Sharon and their Families: I can't imagine the Bay without Marg. Her July parties and many visits I had just listening to her adventures. She was a very special person and I think they broke the mold once she was born. We will miss her dearly. Carol & Grant

-Carol Lome & Grant Irwin

Dear Family, I wanted to write this sooner but it was a hard one. I met Marg when she came out to Haggart Bay to join her dad Lid, as a fisherman. The family had had some most difficult times and Marg was figuring out moving forward after the death of Butch and her sister. Both of them, along with her brother Jack became very special neighbours and we spent some special times with them. Though Marg was trying to be the Haggart strong for family it was obvious she had the big generous Haggart heart as well. We shared lots of laughs, meals and drinks in Haggart Bay. She will be remembered and missed by so many but of course, most of all by her family that she was so proud of. Condolences and hugs to you all.

-Colleen Heibein

Our sincere condolences to Marg’s family. Marg was an incredibly strong and helpful lady. Generously included one and all to Friday night gatherings as well as Murray’s BBQ birthday celebrations. She’ll be missed.
Al & Leslie Cavender

-Al Cavender