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Margaret F. Dynes

Born November 23, 1955

Margaret F. Dynes, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, August 23, 2017.

Born in Wilmington, Meg is survived by her husband, Greg Dynes and son, Andrew Dynes; brothers, Pete and John Gyorgy; her sister, Beth Gyorgy; brothers-in-law, Scott Peterson and Steve Carroll; sister-in-law, Joanne Gyorgy; and nieces, Margaret Elisabeth and Anna Gyorgy.

A memorial service in celebration of Meg’s life will be held from 4 pm until 6 pm on Saturday, September 30, 2017, at the Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship Hall, 420 Willa Road, Newark, DE, where all are welcome.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Delaware SPCA, 455 Stanton-Christiana Rd., Newark, DE 19713 or by visiting www.delspca.org.

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7 Condolences for Margaret F. Dynes

  • Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Msg, you were just a lovely person. May you rest in peace.

  • Peace be with you and family Meg.

  • To the family,

    My heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in the words at Psalm 34:18 and 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 as God promises to comfort you during times of need. Please also find comfort in the loving memories you shared together as they will help you on those hard days.

  • What a shock. Please know that the thoughts and prayers of many are with you during this time of great loss. Meg volunteered briefly for me at UD’s Disaster Research Center and we kept in touch over the years. She will be deeply missed.

  • My thoughts are with you and Andrew. So sad for you, Greg.

  • I discovered the Guestbook for Meg when visiting the guestbook for Dr. Dynes. My brother Jim told me of the Spicer-Mullikin website for Dr. Dynes just the other day.
    I am so sorry about Meg’s passing. I know it was a complete surprise and shock. I remember how I felt when I lost my first wife, Maryellen. It’s hard to put into words. And I thank you, Greg, for all the great things that you did for me when Maryellen passed away.
    I hope that you and Andrew can cherish the memories you have of Meg. Some people say that over time healing takes place. But I am sure that you think of her daily.
    Thank you, Greg, for your help when my wife passed away. If there is anything I can do for you in this situation, I would be glad to help.

  • I just came across this today. However, I wanted to offer my condolences to Meg’s family. Meg and I worked together at MBNA/Bank of America. Meg and I quickly became friends when she came to the Marketing Dept. We were both older than most of our coworkers, so we had a lot in common. Meg was a lovely person, a hard worker, the type of person who often stayed late to finish up a job. Meg loved her family dearly. Never a day went by that she didn’t speak of her son Andrew and her husband Greg. Although I never met either one of you, I knew you both through Meg. Please accept my sincere condolences in the loss of your mother and wife.