Maria  Cadogan
Maria Cadogan passed away October 19, 2019 in Johns Creek, GA. She is survived by her sons, Bob Cadogan and wife Suzy of Palm Beach Gardens, FL; Ed Cadogan and wife Kim of Woodbridge, VA and Bill Cadogan and wife Beth of Suwanee, GA; granddaughters Allie, Sydney and Kate; grandsons Bronte, Alex, Grant and Jack.
A memorial service was held in Suwanee, GA. A memorial mass will be held at Saint Peter The Fisherman Catholic Church, Fairmont, WV on Friday November 29, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. followed by entombment at Holy Cross Cemetery Fairmont, WV.
Published on November 27, 2019

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Bilinda Gearde
Dec 08, 2019
I met Maria at 12th St pool in Fairmon, WV when her boys were young (maybe 1970-ish). I was just a kid myself, but had playing with the boys and talking with Maria. I remember she give me a ride home from the pool in her VW Bug car. She had a kind soul. Rest in peace, Maria 🕊.
Silvia Andrade
Dec 04, 2019
Marichu was very special to me. I loved her like she was my grandmother. She remembered every single birthday and holiday. She was so kind and loved to talk. She will always be in my heart and memories. 🤗😘🙏🏽
Kathy Duncan-Byrd
Dec 03, 2019
Babysat all 3 of the boys when they were small. Maria was such a dear lady that I considered a friend. she was truly a beautiful person inside and out!
Chris Long
Nov 29, 2019
Maria was a sweet spirit and I will cherish the memories of her forever. God’s speed! ❤️
Glenda Watkins
Nov 28, 2019
So sorry for the family of Maria. She was such a dear sweet lady. I worked at FGH when she was at the lab. She always had a smile on her face & was there if you need someone to talk to. She will be missed by everyone that knew her.
Allie
Nov 28, 2019
My Abuela was the most beautiful and selfless person. She made it to every birthday, holiday, and big moment of my life and everyone around her. Her smile and sweet voice was contagious and it was impossible to be in a bad mood around her. I am beyond thankful for all the sweet moments I got to share with her. I still speak with her each night and on my morning commute to work. We are all so lucky to have her as our angel.
Diana
Nov 28, 2019
My condolences to the Cadogan family. I worked with Maria at FGH laboratory for several years. It was so much fun working with her. I loved her Paraguay stories and how we compared Italian superstitions and traditions and Paraguay superstitions and traditions.
Rest In Peace, Maria.
Diana Ray