ForeverMissed
Margaret (Stires) Maul, age 70, departed on September 9, 2021. She was born March 29, 1951. Daughter of Charles Stires and Evelyn (Black) Stires Bennett.

She grew up in Pennington, Levittown and Doylesown, NJ, married Jeffrey Maul on March 7, 1970 and settled in Ringoes, NJ. They were happily married for 45 years. Margaret also lived in Browns Mills and Southampton.

Loved by all, she was known for her talented artwork and gardening.

Survived by daughter Jennifer Fischer and her husband Paul, daughter Shalena Maul Wiley and her husband Patrick, grandsons Zander, Caiden and Connor. Also survived by brothers and sisters Charles (Skip), Sherry, Lyn, and Richard. She was predeceased by Evelyn and Charles Stires, husband Jeffrey Maul and brother Dave.

She will be dearly missed

Visitation Saturday, September 18, 2021 from 11-12:45 at the 1867 Sanctuary,
101 Scotch Rd, Ewing Township, NJ 08628, followed by graveside service at the First Presbyterian Church of Ewing Cemetery.

Flower delivery accepted Sat. betweeen 9-10:30 am at the 1867 Sanctuary.

Face mask required while in Sanctuary.

Fertig Funeral Home



Posted by Jennifer Fischer on September 14, 2021
A very kind hearted woman who loved a good joke. She made gifts for so many. She had such a big heart! She loved her family. She made friends everywhere she went. She had some pictures she had made and didn't get a chance to give to the recipients. We brought them to who she made them for and the one person was so touched and he said "that's my girl". The other person who is pregnant she did a picture for with the baby's name on the picture. That's my mom- such a big heart!

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Posted by Jennifer Fischer on September 14, 2021
A very kind hearted woman who loved a good joke. She made gifts for so many. She had such a big heart! She loved her family. She made friends everywhere she went. She had some pictures she had made and didn't get a chance to give to the recipients. We brought them to who she made them for and the one person was so touched and he said "that's my girl". The other person who is pregnant she did a picture for with the baby's name on the picture. That's my mom- such a big heart!
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Shared by Shalena Wiley on September 14, 2021
My mom loved being outside gardening and sitting out on the front steps with some hot tea planning on what flowers to put where. I loved helping her plant and developed the love of plants and nature because of her.
Mom was always ready to have fun playing cards, dice and board games, especially when more family was over. Those were some great times with all of us together.
Mom was also never above being goofy to have fun. She would make up bed time stories, we would have hand puppets sing along to songs on the radio, we would have "favorite pebble" contests where we would pick out the ones we liked the best that we collected from the yard, so many small things, big things and silly things that made life better and filled with memories to carry with me forever.

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Shared by Jennifer Fischer on September 14, 2021
mom had a love of video games! We would play a game such as pacman or frogger until the game would "flip". She had every nintendo system and loved games such as zelda,link, mario games, etc... She had a ds and also played facebook games. She also loved board games and making up games. As kids we would get cardboard and markers and draw out a made up game. Family get togethers we would play rummy, scattagories, yatzee, dice games etc... At Christmas we would play our version of the "white elephant" .