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Margaret had two loves in her life: her family and her career. She loved her daughters and her granddaughter with every beat of the heart. She showed unbelievable duty to family, making motherly and spousal sacrifices with the grace of a queen. Before retirement, she worked as an educator, supporting teachers and children. She made many friends, whom she held dear in her heart until the very end. One cannot think of a bad thing to say about Margaret. Not one. She was a saint on Earth and shall be a saint in heaven.

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“Honor her for all her hands have done.” Psalm 31:31

On May 6th, 2021 beloved Margaret Ann (Hooper) Kokoth found rest and peace with the Lord and her family that has gone before her. Margaret is predeceased by her parents, Mary (Demore) Hooper and Peter Hooper, her siblings, Agnes, Peter, William, John, Raymond, Lawrence and Mary, as well as her niece, Debbie, and nephew, Peter. She is survived by many nieces and nephews and their …

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Method of disposition

Cremation

Funeral services provided by

Bosak Funeral Home

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Union Memorial C

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Born

August 22nd, 1945
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Passed away

May 6th, 2021
New Canaan, CT, USA
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