Margaret Psaltis Obituary, Death – Margaret Psaltis followed her dream of becoming a legal secretary by moving to London, United Kingdom. We can only guess that the trip to the UK was meant to speed up the courtship process that had already begun with Bill’s introduction to sailing and tennis in the early 1950s. Margaret’s life was changed forever after her return to Australia, when she was reunited with Bill. Their love grew deeper with each passing day.
Margaret and Bill dated for eight years before getting married in November 1957; their union would go on to continue for an incredible 65 years. Margaret became a beloved mother and mother-in-law as she and Charles raised their three sons, Charles, Edward, and Arthur, always prioritizing their happiness and well-being. Margaret was the younger of Norm and Rene Bridle’s two children, and she was born in Narrandera, New South Wales. Since her father worked as a principal, Margaret and her family frequently relocated across New South Wales (NSW), with stops at schools like Burrawang Public School and Daceyville Public School in Pagewood.
Margaret was overjoyed to become the grandmother and great-grandmother to five female descendants: Rebecca, Georgie, Harriet, Amy, and great-granddaughter Ellie. Like him, she never stopped being doted upon by her three grandchildren Will, Ben, and Matt. Her charismatic nature was infectious through generations, and she loved and cared about everyone from the friends of her sons to her grandkids and great-grandchildren. Margaret’s class, warmth, and generosity made a lasting impression on her loved ones, and she was well-liked by all.