Margarett Jacobson

1940 ~ 2022

On Friday, June 3, 2022, Margarett Marie Webster Allen Jacobson passed away peacefully in her home at the age of 82. Margarett was born Jan 30, 1940, to Richard Leroy and Marie Louise Allmendinger Webster in Murray, Utah.

Margarett was married to Harold E. Allen on Oct 2, 1958, and they had three children, Scott, Shawn, and Sharon. After their divorce Margarett married Jerry Jacobson.

Margarett was blessed with many talents. She was a wonderful florist and photographer. Margarett worked as a Home Health Aide before starting her own senior care service. She also had great compassion for the homeless as well as abused and neglected animals.

She loved the church and was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She delighted in reading the scriptures daily and studying the gospel. Margarett was able to be sealed to her parents on Feb 10, 2022, in the Jordan River Temple.

People that met Margarett had wonderful words to say about her, this beautiful lady will truly be missed by all those who loved and cherished her.

Margarett is preceded in death by her husband Jerry, her three children, and her parents, Richard and Marie. She is survived by her twin sister, Marjorie Webster Higley, other nieces, and grandchildren, and devoted niece who cared for her long term, Linda Sturdivant.

Graveside services will be held at 12:00 noon on Monday, June 13, 2022 at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road, (10600 South), Sandy, UT. A viewing will be held from 11:00 – 11:45 prior to the services.


Guestbook/Condolences

Aunt Margarett it's hard for me to say "good bye" even thought you are in the most beautiful place and doing the Lords work, my heart aches for you. While I was working today for the first time in almost 2 weeks, I wanted to check in on you to see if you are doing ok, and to see how far you have read in your book of Mormon, or scripture study, well you were not there sitting on the edge of your bed like you always do, I miss listening to your evening prayers at night with Fayetta and Ray before I drift off to sleep, so heart warming to hear which touched my heart. I'm going to miss our Holidays together, especially when I make your favorite sugar cookies that you love so much. I love listening to you read the book of Mormon or the bible to me while I bake cookies or cake or even make dinner, Please say hi to Nana and Grandpa Dick, Grandma and Grandpa Webster, Grandma Allmendinger she was a jewel, say hi to Scott, Shawn and Sharon and Mark Webster for me and also my cute stinkin brother Rick Jones that I miss dearly. Let them know I miss them all very much, I wish they were back on this earth with us. I love and miss you so much it hurts. However I know I will see you again. I love you.


- Linda Sturdivant

I met Margarett through a close friend of mine, Linda Sturdivant. Every time I heard Margarret's name it was always "Aunt Margarett" even when I heard her other friends and family refer to her. So it became Aunt Margarett for me too, and a I felt proud. She was my favorite Aunt, and I think she knew it. So from there on we were Pal's not just friends but "Pal's". So for all of you that are reading this and thinking to themselves, who is this guy? And who is he to say that his relationship with Aunt Margarett was better than mine? Well I wouldn't be surprised if that wouldn't be just about all of you. Now that's what I'm trying to get to,,, One way or another that women had figured out how to make not one, or a few, but pretty much all of us and her animals that were in her life feel special about themselves. Looking back, I realize that she was an Angle on Earth and I'm sure she's an Angle in Heaven. Rest In Peace "Aunt Margarett."


- Craig Lewis