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Philanthropic businesswoman leaves her mark with nonprofit groups

6:55 AM, Aug. 21, 2013
2003photo Courtesy of Marketplace Magazine and Apple Photopraphy Group Ltd
2003photo Courtesy of Marketplace Magazine and Apple Photopraphy Group Ltd
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Appleton native Margaret Walsh, who died Saturday at 92, was known professionally as the founder of Tel-Sec, one of the first and largest telephone answering services in the Midwest that she started in 1949 and ran for more than 40 years.

But it was her passion for helping others that she will be remembered for most.

"There was not a mountain out there that Margaret could not climb or that she wasn't ready to tackle," said Deb Lewis, former executive director of the Fox Valley Humane Association. "Not only did she do an extraordinary amount of things for the association, she was a mentor to me ...

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