Obituary of Margaret Irene Faulds
Margaret (“Peg”) Irene Faulds (Simpson) died peacefully at University Hospital in her 91st year on September 22, 2020. She was surrounded by her family during her passing. Peg was predeceased by her beloved husband Morley “Bud”. She was loved and will be missed by her children Anne Walker (Paul), Tyrone Faulds (Kathy), Lynne Faulds (Mike), Dane Faulds (Anna), her grandchildren Matthew Walker (Hoda), Michael Faulds (Michelle), Brian Faulds (Rebecca), Virginia Ridley (Matthew), Brianne Lee (Austin), Kevin Faulds, Kristy Wall (Alan), and Ryan Grandbois-Faulds (Eva) as well as several great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by all of her siblings, William “Roger”, Arthur, Mary, Archie, Ruth, Alvin, Gordon, and Donald “Ross”. She will also be remembered and missed by many friends. Peg was the youngest child born to William “Arthur” Simpson and Charlotte Madora Shannon. She grew up on their dairy farm in Listowel, Ontario. During WW2 as a young woman she spent time knitting socks for the men and women, including her brothers, serving overseas. She came to London shortly after her high school graduation “to work in the big city” and soon found the love of her life Bud. They met at Wonderland Gardens under the big tree. She and Bud were married in 1951. Bud and Peg spent a short time living in Beachville, before returning to London to raise their four children. They lived on Parkhurst Ave for many years before relocating to Plymouth Ave. They were active members of St. George’s Presbyterian Church, where Peg sang beautifully in the church choir. She loved to sing and dance. She and Bud spent many evenings at the Stork Club in Port Stanley with their friends. They enjoyed traveling frequently, and often loaded up the kids for grand adventures across Canada and the US. Peg worked many jobs including sales, real estate, bookkeeping, and at the Western University Library. Her favorite job was selling Singing Machines with her friend Kath. She lived her life after Bud’s death spending time with family and friends, reading, tending to her extensive plant collection, walking, listening to and singing music, enjoying lunches and dinners out, playing cards and practicing Holistic healing including Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, and Reflexology. The family will be live streaming a graveside service on Thursday, October 1 at 11am (EST). On Thursday, October 1 at 1:30 PM (EST) we will be facilitating a virtual celebration of life where we will be sharing our stories and invite you to share yours. If you would like to participate in either or both of these events, please contact Virginia Ridley by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (519-615-2566) to ensure you can get the appropriate links to participate. You can also reach out to close family members who will be able to share this information.
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday, October 1, 2020
Mount Pleasant Cemetery & Crematorium
303 Riverside Drive
London, Ontario, Canada