Margaret Eichelberger Ulveling “Margi”
Beloved wife, mother and grandmother, dedicated volunteer, and a devoted friend, passed away at home with family at her side on November 15, 2016 following a courageous three year battle with cancer. Born in Honolulu in 1944, Margi was raised in Lanikai and graduated from Punahou School in 1962. She attended Willamette University in Oregon, Class of 1966, where she was a sister in the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Margi returned to Hawaii, and while working at IBM, she met her husband, Roger A. Ulveling. They married in 1968. Margi had a rewarding career in institutional development until her retirement in 2012. Most recently, she served as a Vice President at Hawaii Pacific University and prior to that as a Vice President at Child & Family Service. An active volunteer throughout her life, Margi devoted her time and energy to several worthwhile organizations, where she felt fulfilled and made a positive impact. She was an Executive Committee member and Board member of the Junior League of Honolulu, founding president of the Le Jardin Academy PA, president of the Punahou School PFA, and a trustee of Assets School. A member of the Garden Club of Honolulu, Margi valued her involvement with this organization and her many friends there. Margi is survived by her husband, Roger, and their 3 children and their spouses, Jennifer and Aaron Edlin, Blake Ulveling and Rebecca Meyer, and Robert Ulveling and Jodi Goldberg, and six wonderful grandchildren, Cole and Adam Edlin, Eloise and Violet Ulveling, and August and Aurelie Ulveling. She is also survived by her sibling, Elizabeth Kuehl. She was predeceased by her parents, Isabel Falch Eichelberger and Harold C Eichelberger and brother Harold "Hal" Eichelberger. Margi brought with her a ray of sunshine that shone on all with whom she came in contact. She loved traveling with her husband, tending to her plants, and spending time with family and friends. Her greatest pleasure in recent years was hosting Camp Lanikai with her husband to delight their grandchildren, creating cherished memories that will last forever. A private service will be held by the family. To remember Margi, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Assets School or Child and Family Service.
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