Margaret Christie Nicolais Death, longtime Chatham resident and volunteer, served on Borough Council and school board

January 6, 2022 By Michael smith 0

Margaret Christie Nicolais Death, Cause Of Death – Margaret Christie Nicolais passed away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday morning, Dec. 29, 2021, at home. She was 94 years old and lived a full and accomplished life. She was predeceased by her loving husband of 63 years, Michael Nicolais. Margaret was raised on Staten Island, N.Y. She graduated from Wagner College in 1949 with a bachelor of science degree in business administration. She then attended Rush Presbyterian School of Nursing in Chicago, Ill., where she earned her registered nursing degree.

She practiced at Marine Hospital on Staten Island, which was one of the largest public health hospitals in the country at the time. While at Wagner College, she met her future husband, Michael, but she continued with her education in nursing before returning to Staten Island. They were married in 1953 and had two children on Staten Island while she worked at the hospital. They then decided to move to Chatham Borough, where they had two more children and raised the

While at Wagner College, she met her future husband, Michael, but she continued with her education in nursing before returning to Staten Island. They were married in 1953 and had two children on Staten Island while she worked at the hospital. They then decided to move to Chatham Borough, where they had two more children and raised their family, three girls and one boy.

She immediately got involved, not only with her children’s schools but also in the community. Margaret believed it was important to be a part of the community in which you lived, and to do that, she committed much of her time and energy, as well as financial support.

Margaret was active and involved in local politics in Chatham Borough for nearly 25 years. She was first elected and served on the Chatham Board of Education and later to the Borough Council. While serving on the Borough Council, she was the liaison with the police and fire departments.

She also volunteered her time and skills to a number of philanthropic causes, primarily local area non-profits related to education and health. In the area of education, she served on the board of ECLC, a school for developmentally challenged children in Chatham. She served as a board member and major fundraiser for the Chatham Library. She also worked with the Girl Scouts, first as a leader and then as a fundraiser for the Morris County Girl Scout Headquarters.

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