Margie Cornell

July 18, 1951 ~ July 30, 2020

Margie Cornell was born Freda Margaret Brewin in Stanton-under-Bardon, Leicestershire, England on July 18, 1951 to her parents Denis and Brenda Brewin. Margie had four brothers David, Peter, Norman and Christopher and one sister Pam. Margie joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and met her best friend Margi Ford at the Western Park branch. Margie met Darrell Knowles while he was on his mission in England and later moved to the United States when she was twenty where they married and had four daughters Diane, Julie (Robert), Wendy (Lee) and Kelly (Brian). Later they were divorced. Margie married Michael Cornell and they celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary this year and spent 27 years together. Margie loved her grandchildren Alisha, Tristan, Kaya, Tyler, Quincy, Zachary, Allison, Kacey and Sydni and her great grandchildren Mariah (who is in Heaven) Madisynn, Violet, Liam and Mylo (due next year). They will miss her very much.

Margie was a graduate of the Bryman School. Later she spent most years teaching Medical Assisting at various schools and was loved by her students and coworkers alike. She loved sunflowers, getting cards for every occasion, and watching English Premier League soccer (Go Foxes!) with Mike and their dog Brodie. Margie was known for her sense of humor and had many witty sayings like “don’t get your knickers in a twist”. Margie loved to cook for others and was well-known for her roast beef and Yorkshire pudding with gravy!

Margie is preceded in death by her father, mother, and granddaughter; mother-in-law June Bates; stepdaughter Michele; and her dog Odie.
Margie was a beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and wife and will leave a huge hole in our hearts, though her memory will stay with us.



Guestbook/Condolences

John and I are deeply sorry at the passing of Margi. I worked with her for seven years and she lived a couple of streets away. I knew her Mum and Dad and her brothers and sister. She was 16 when she came to work in the office. I remember her meeting Daryl and her excitement of falling in love. Through all the years of living in Utah we stayed in touch. I have such lovely memories which I treasure. Love to all the family at this sad time xxxx

- Jacqui and John Sarson
I am so sorry to hear of your mother's death. Our sincere condolences from Tom and myself. Kathleen & Thomas Oswald

- Kathleen Oswald
I'm sad to see that Margie passed away. She was my teacher at Bryman School 30 years ago, I haven't seen or spoken to her since then, but she left a forever impression on me. She was such a good, fun teacher, but she also expected hard work and respect. I took that with me and that has helped me over the years in all I do. My deepest condolences to her family!

- Sandy Warr
My deepest condolences to all of Margie's many loved ones. I mostly remember her from when I was a little girl, but I know she had a huge impact on my family for good. It was so wonderful to read about Aunt Margie's amazing life and to know that she touched so many throughout her life. Diane, Julie, Wendy, and Kelly: I love you all and am so grateful to have such sweet memories with you. You are beautiful, brilliant, amazing women and I know your mom had to be so proud of each of you. You and your families with will be in my thoughts and prayers in the days to come. Families ARE Forever!!!

- Amy Knowles Alvord
So sorry to hear that Margie has passed. Our condolences to the family. Rest in Peace.

- Bill Endy
I only ever knew you as Auntie Teedie abd always called you this and always will 💕,I remember coming to America to see you and you took me to my first ever 7/11 store ,you also took me to the Grand Canyon and we drive through the desert x you were always funny , trendy and made me laugh x You will be very much missed and are very mush loved .goodnight Auntie Teedie gone far to soon , sort them out up there and I’m sure your smile will shine right through the sky ❤️💔xxx Rosie

- Rosie