Johnson Walton Funeral Home

Margaret M. Knaub

Margaret M. Knaub

Margaret "Maggie", “Margie” M. Knaub, 70, of Kintnersville, Nockamixon Township, PA, passed away on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at her home.

Born June 10, 1948 in Philadelphia, PA, Maggie “Margie” lived in Lansdale, PA and West Virginia before moving back to Pennsylvania in 1986. She lived the rest of her life in the area, mostly in Kintnersville, PA. Maggie worked at the Hunterdon Developmental Center in Clinton, NJ, for 10 years. Prior to that, she trained horses, which was her true passion, at Sterling Brook Farms in Alexandria Township, NJ from 1988-1992. Maggie was an avid animal lover, she especially loved horses. She enjoyed reading and writing poetry, often writing poems for others and for special occasions. Maggie enjoyed swimming and loved spending time at the beach.

Daughter of the late Charles and Margaret (McGuckin) Prediger, she is survived by her three daughters Sandra Cooper and her husband Chris, Katie Lynn Hartmann and her husband Derek, and Christina Martin-McLaughlin and her husband Russell, her four brothers Charles Prediger, Jr. and his wife Cindy, Michael Prediger and his husband John Touhey-Prediger, Patrick Prediger, and John Prediger and his wife Cynthia, her sister Susan Beebe and her husband Thomas, her two grandchildren Brittanni and Tyler, and her great-grandson Jax. Extended family members Lisa Richter and Joey Apgar along with
her beloved cat and best friend Joe.

A Celebration of Maggie's life will be held on Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 5PM at Maggie's home, 56 Ealer Hill Road, Kintnersville, PA. Arrangements are under the care of the Johnson-Walton Funeral Home, 24 Church Road, Milford, NJ.

Memorial contributions may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, 30 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016.

"Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because those who love with their heart and soul there is no such thing as separation". Rumi


From: Janet Kerr
To the family that I have been a part of for 30 plus years, my deepest sympathy to you all! When I met Maggie she was working with horses and it was clear how much she loved them and all animals! I’ve shared many many family meals and gatherings with her and her family which I will always cherish. If it wasn’t for Maggie I never would have met my best friend, Sandi! And Miss Chrissy who was like one of my kids!! Thank you Maggie and I hope you Rest In Peace!! With love, comfort and prayers, Janet

From: Liz Nottingham Arbogast
I have known Maggie as long as I have been alive. Never a dull minute with her around. When living in West Virginia she treated me like one of her kids & while in PA I would visit, she always made my husband his favorite, her spaghetti &'meatballs. We have had many conversations over the years & her biggest accomplishment, in her words, were her girls. She loved family & if you knew her you were her family also. She will be missed deeply by all that knew her. To the family, we love you all &'pray for comfort &'understanding. Know we are here if you need anything.

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