Margaret Robson Bronson passed away on December 7, 2007 at the San Juan County Hospital, at the age of 82.
Margaret was born July 20, 1925, to Gordon Alexander and Ila Allred Robson, joining a family of three boys and one sister. The family moved to Monticello in 1933, where she lived the rest of her life.
She attended school in the old school house, located where the Veterans Memorial Park is now. Margaret was in the graduating high school class of 1943, which included eight girls and eight boys.
Margaret received a scholarship to the University of Utah and enrolled at the U in the fall of 1943.
She married Ted Bronson on September 20, 1946 and thus began a long and happy marriage of 61 years. Two boys were born to them, Michael Ted and David Andrew Bronson.
Margaret went to work at the San Juan County Hospital in 1959 and retired in 1987. She enjoyed her years working at the hospital and became and made friends with many people throughout the county. She was very efficient and dependable, doing many jobs efficiently.
After retiring, Margaret worked for several years at the Family History Center, putting family information in the computer. Margaret was a member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.
Margaret had a beautiful yard and spent many hours planting flowers and caring for her plants. Roses were her favorite and she loved getting a new variety and color. She enjoyed skiing, golfing, needle work, sewing and painting.
Her best enjoyment was being with family. She taught her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren the importance of family and spending time together. Margaret was a genuine, grateful, caring person who will be greatly missed.
Margaret is preceded in death by her parents brothers Ralph, Howard, and Wallace, sisters Laura and Sally, and son Michael.
She is survived by her husband Ted and son David (Julie) of Monticello, five grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Services were held at the Monticello Stake Center on December 13, 2007. Interment in the Monticello City cemetery.
Card of thanks
The family would like to thank all those who called and visited, sent cards, and traveled many miles to express their love and support to the family. Thank you for the many beautiful flowers and the wonderful food. Thanks to the Hospital staff for the great care and the EMT’s for coming so quickly. And thanks to Danny Palmer for helping to make things as easy as possible. We feel truly blessed to live among so many wonderful and caring people
David, Julie Bronson family