Devoted wife of Dr. William Dragan.
Beloved mother of Bill, Christopher and Alissa.
Instrumental in the development and early success of Centrix
She will be greatly missed.
Margaret Palmer Dragan, age 78, of Easton, CT, beloved wife of Dr. William B. Dragan, passed away on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 in St. Vincent’s Medical Center, Bridgeport, CT, with her family by her side.
Margaret was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the late Morris S. and Emma (Sangmeister) Palmer, and has since been a long-time Connecticut resident. She was a graduate of Stratford High School and earned a BA in Art History from Manhattanville College. She was a very talented painter specializing in botanicals. Those who attended Margaret’s services saw examples of her talent—beautiful botanical flowers and a favorite of Dr. Dragan’s, a painting Margaret created showing a bird’s nest filled with blue robin’s eggs.
Margaret was a member and Past President of the Easton Garden Club, and the Notre Dame of Easton Church Book Club. She enjoyed working in her many gardens and had quite a green thumb. She also enjoyed traveling the world with her husband… some of her favorite trips were to Italy and Egypt.
Margaret was a talented woman, however, she was first and foremost a beloved wife, mother and grandmother. Survivors, in addition to her beloved husband, include her children, William Dragan and his wife Stephanie of Orange, Christopher Dragan and his wife Debbie Bruno of Monroe, and Alissa Dragan and her husband Toby Hampp of Milford, and four cherished grandchildren, Emma, Molly, Max and Mari.
Margaret left them too soon and too suddenly and the grieving will take time, but the love and support they have received makes this hard time a little bit easier.
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