Margaret Bulow

Margie experienced tsunami and serenity in her 80 year life.

Margaret Alice Quicker Bulow, originally from San Diego, California, died on Nov 15, 2018, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Margaret loved to visit her family on Vashon Island. Happy Island memories came often to phone conversations in recent years as travel from her Hawaii home became too difficult. Margie experienced tsunami and serenity in her 80 year life. Precious highlights were spending time with her loved ones; dancing to live music in the park and the Gravity of Kindness. We remember and will miss her keen intelligence; quirky, generous sense of humor and her love for us.

Aloha Mom, Grama, Sister, Aunt and Friend. From Jill (Drew), John (Alex), Theo, Maya and siblings Lulu (Marvin) and John (Kris).

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