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Margaret Mae Antczak

Margaret Mae Antczak (Marge), 94, Morgan Utah.

Marge peacefully passed away Feb. 17th, 2024, in South Ogden, Utah surrounded by loved ones.

She was born the fourth of 10 children to Fred Edward and Gladys Clara Crossman Leachliter in Boone, Iowa.

She met and married Dale Snedden and had three children, Dennis, Janet, and Thomas. The family later moved to Ogden Utah, they later divorced.

Marge then met and married Max Antczak. They lived in Ogden and Salt Lake, eventually moving to Mesa, Arizona; they later divorced. After spending many years in Arizona, Marge decided to move to Morgan, Utah in 1998 to be closer to her son Dennis.

Marge spent most of her working life in the retail and grocery industry where she held many different jobs within the stores. She worked for Kroger/Smith's for many years between Arizona and Utah before retiring. After retirement, Marge decided she wasn’t done working and went back to work for Ridley's Family Market in Morgan. She worked several more years until she was in her 80s when she finally decided to hang up the reins on her working life. She loved working in the local grocery store where she created lasting friendships in the community.

Marge loved to crochet, knit, needlepoint, sew, and make patch quilts, and afghans of which so many of her family members and friends were the lucky recipients of. Her beautiful creations will be treasured forever by those who love her. Marge loved to watch Major League Baseball, her favorite team was the New York Yankees. She loved Aaron Judge and knew all of his statistics.

Marge took pride in helping and doing things for her family as she was always cooking someone a meal or making them a quilt or afghan. Her hands never stopped, and her mind was always sharp.

She was extremely proud of her numerous grandkids and great-grandkids. She loved spending quality time with them.

She is survived by her children Dennis, Tom (Sue), and Janet, along with many grandchildren and great-grandchildren: Brody (Andi) and Brewer; Ashley (Doug) and Kyla and Jayden; Lance (Niomi) and Isaiah, Alexandra, Farrah and Landon; Brad (Julie) and Brittany, Taylor; Jason (Nikkol); Brett (Miesha), Cade and Caylie; Bailey and Kylie; and Marge’s sister Cathy.

She was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers Don, Chuck, Marv, and Bob, and four sisters Ruth, Shirley, Doris, and Karen, also her granddaughter Tracie Byer and great-granddaughter Addison.

The family would like to thank Mary, Hallie, and the staff at Independence Home Health and Hospice for the care and compassion shown to Marge in her final days. The love and care you showed her and our family is greatly appreciated.

Upon Marge’s wishes, no services will be held.

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