Margo Hudson was a philanthropist and has long been a pioneer in the Santa Clarita Valley. Margo Fashions, her premium apparel business, opened in 1978, and she soon became a local fashion icon.
The owner of the renowned Santa Clarita fashion business Margo Fashions Margo Hudson died on Monday.
Margo Hudson, the owner of the renowned Santa Clarita clothing store Margo Fashions, died on Monday. According to her relatives, Hudson passed away on Monday. Tuesday afternoon’s funeral and memorial services have not yet been announced.
Marlee Lauffer said,
“A visit to Margo’s shop was always a visual treat because of the beautiful clothes. But the time with Margo herself was a treat for the soul,” President of the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Foundation and Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. “She was a beautiful, kind, funny, elegant, and wise woman. She paved the way for female business leaders in this valley and helped everyone look good too! I will miss my friend.”
Margo Hudson founded the inaugural Miss Santa Clarita Beauty Page and has worked with hundreds of local organizations, including Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, the SCV Boys and Girls Club, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, and others.
Hudson assisted Single Mother’s Outreach, a local support group for struggling moms, in establishing Closet on Main, which still remains in Newhall’s Old Town. The establishment provides free apparel to struggling single parents as well as elegant outfits to loyal clients, with the proceeds benefiting free services.
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Margo Hudson has been a Santa Clarita Valley leader for many years. Margo Fashions, her premium apparel business, opened in 1978, and she quickly became a local fashion hero.
Hudson was Born in Quebec, she emigrated to the United States in 1960. She holds an American Citizen and she belongs to the white ethnic group.