Margaret “Maggi” Fegan, age 56, of Dexter, MN passed away peacefully at her home with her cherished husband of 29 years Terry and father-in-law Merlin by her side.
Maggi fought a brave battle with ALS. She spent many years working at J.C. Penney as a hair stylist and manager at The SALON by InStyle.
Maggi enjoyed motorcycling with her husband Terry and friends & family. She enjoyed boating, gardening, traveling, and spending time with family & friends. Her nieces, nephews, and great nieces & nephews all brought her great joy.
Maggi is survived by her husband, Terry; mother, Sheila Mehling of Grand Meadow, MN; brothers, Gene Mehling of Grand Meadow, MN, Mike (Sara) Mehling of Grand Meadow, MN, Bill (Kelly) Mehling of West Concord, MN, and Joe Mehling of Spring Valley, MN; along with many nieces, nephews, great nieces & nephews whom she loved dearly; father-in-law, Merlin Fegan of Brimley, MI; and brothers-in-law, Larry (Jamie) Fegan & children of Brimley, MI, Kenneth (Nadine) Fegan & children of Dafter, MI, Mike (Julie) Fegan & children of Dafter, MI, and Tom (Kim) Fegan & children of Muskegon, MI.
Maggi is preceded in death by her father, Gene Sr.; mother-in-law, Barb Fegan; her grandparents; and several aunts, uncles & cousins.
Memorial service will be held at 11:00am on Saturday, December 11, 2021, at Rochester Cremation Services, 1605 Civic Center Drive NW, Rochester, MN with visitation from 10:00-11:00am. A luncheon will follow the service.
Burial will be held in Spring 2022 at North Rudyard Cemetery, Rudyard, MI.
Rochester Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences of Maggi may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com
4 thoughts on “Margaret “Maggi” Fegan”
Maggi was always so bright and cheerful. What a precious woman.
All our love and prayers for comfort from the Ryberg-Orth families.
When I think of Aunt Maggi, I think of a woman who could literally do anything she put her mind to! She was a great remodel for all her nieces and nephews. Aunt Maggi always gave the best hugs; she was always up to rollerblading or tubing with us on the lake when we were young. I have so many great memories of her and I’m so grateful for that. Uncle Terry, I’m sorry I cannot be there with you. But please know that I’m thinking about you constantly and love you very much. We will for sure miss her tremendously.
One will never forget her SMILE! Her heart of gold and friendship! She’ll be missed by many! Thoughts, prayers and hugs to Terry and family!
May the love of God give you peace, the love of friends give you comfort, and the love of dear Maggi remain in your heart and give you strength through the days ahead. We will cherish our memories of her. Our deepest sympathies to Terry and family.