Margaret Hough Obituary, Death -Mrs. Margaret Hough, who lived in Temple Normanton, Chesterfield, died unexpectedly at the age of 80 while she was a patient at Chesterfield Royal Hospital. She had been there for several days. The news of her passing came as a total and complete surprise. Her lengthy struggle with illness was ultimately what led to her passing away.

In the years leading up to her marriage to Norman, Margaret held a job at the Coalite plant in Bolsover. They had both been employed there prior to their wedding. However, after they got married, she shifted her priorities and concentrated all of her energy on being a good mother and housewife rather than pursuing other interests. Margaret’s entire life has been spent in the neighborhood that surrounds the town of Bolsover, where she was born and raised. She has no memories of ever living anywhere else.

Her interests included gardening, but the time she got to spend with her family, particularly her grandchildren, was what she cherished the most. Her grandchildren were her pride and joy. Her grandchildren held a special and cherished place in her heart. She was more concerned with preserving the value of those fleeting moments than she was with anything else in her life.

In addition to having a son named Chris and a daughter named Karen, Margaret also has a daughter-in-law named Gwen and a son-in-law named Andy. All of Margaret’s children have been given the names Chris and Karen. Their grandmother, Margaret, chose the names Chelsea, Holly, Amy, and Ethan for her four grandchildren, all of whom are Margaret’s children and grandchildren. Her husband Norman is the only person who is likely to recall her name. No one else will.

The memorial service is scheduled to take place at the crematorium in Chesterfield on November 22nd, 2022 at 11.30 in the morning. Regarding the time and day of the memorial service, there has been no determination made as of yet. The Ashgate Hospice will receive a contribution in the amount equal to the total amount collected through the memorial fund that has been established in Margaret’s honor.