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Margaret (Isza) Sajgo

December 20, 1942 ~ December 2, 2018 (age 75)

Margaret Isza Sajgo

 

Margaret Isza Sajgo, 93 of Charlotte, N. C., passed away on December 2 2018, Presbyterian Hospital (Novant Health Services) in hospice surrounded by her family.  Margaret was married to Ferenc Frank Sajgo, who passed away in Charlotte on July 1, 2007.  She is survived by her daughters Gloria M. Sajgo (and her partner Annette Snapp); and Christina Sajgo McCormick (and her husband Bill McCormick); grandchildren Melissa Katherine Plummer and Matthew Jared Plummer (and his partner Lusamba Katende).  Bernadette Moultrie was her friend and caregiver.  The family thanks Doctors Making House Calls – especially Gabriel Rocha PA--for their service and dedication and Dr. William Porter and his staff at Novant Health for their support and help.

 

Margaret was born on December 20, 1924 in Vamospercs, Hungary to the late Arpad Isza and Julianna Deak Isza.  She was the second oldest; her three sisters were the late:  Julianna Isza Czegeny, Ilona Isza Olah, and Magdolna Isza Szincsak.  Margaret grew up Hungary spending her childhood in Hajduboszormeny and many of her teenage years in Budapest, where she and Frank met.  Later she also lived in Basel, Switzerland.

 

In 1950 she moved to Argentina to marry Frank, her childhood sweetheart and as she liked to say the only boyfriend she ever had.  They were married in Buenos Aires in July 1950.  Frank was a research chemist.  In 1966 he moved to Charlotte to work for what is now the Clariant Corp. in Mount Holly.  Margaret and her daughters followed in 1967.

 

Margaret was a life long Reformed Christian who encouraged her family by quoting “Fear not; believe only” (Luke 8:50) and advised the Bible should be read cover to cover “at least once”.  She listened to the weekly services from the Davidson College Presbyterian Church (DCPC) and enthusiastically participated by wishing “peace be with you” to anyone visiting with her at that time.

Margaret admired beautiful clothing and worked as a custom seamstress until her daughters were born. Later when living in Charlotte she studied oil painting and became a prolific painter of landscapes and scenes inspired by her childhood in Hajduboszormeny.  After she lost her sight in 2008, she gracefully transitioned to becoming an avid listener of WDAV, the classical public radio station at Davidson College.

A Memorial Service will be held at DCPC 100 North Main St Davidson NC 28036 at 5 p.m. on December 8, 2018.

 

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to DCPC P.O. Box 337, Davidson NC 28036  704-892-5641 or to WDAV 89.9 Davidson College Box 8990 Davidson NC 28035.