Condolence: I've known Peggy since she joined the Howell Senior Center. We spent a lot of time in my office, chatting and laughing and reminiscing. Peggy was such an inspiration to me, both with her cheery outlook and her unmatched love for her family. When I retired as director in 2014, I was honored beyond words (and was actually in tears) when I saw Peggy in the dining room. I knew she was not well at that point, yet she made it a point to attend the celebration. It meant the world to me. I have and will continue to keep Peggy in my heart always and I trust that the love and devotion she had for everyone in her family will carry all of you. I know Peggy would want you to feel her presence and she would want you to carry on with smiles in your hearts.
Please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of one of the dearest people I have ever known. May her memory always be a blessing and a source of comfort and joy for each of you.
A great chapter has come to a close. The legacy that lives on speaks volumes of the life you now celebrate and mourn. There is and has always been a part of this legacy in all of your deeds; it is a piece of what you give to all - as you guide, as you exude kindness, as you inspire your children and grandchildren you share the legacy that was gifted to your spirit and encoded in your DNA. The pain of loss is a testament to the greatness of the "Book" that is now closed, yet in your book is the start of a new chapter. Her spirit is still with you. and at times you will know it and feel it, and maybe even hear it. Peggy is at peace and surely would want the same for all of you. We remain assured you will come to smile when you sense her presence. May God give you the strength to get through these difficult days ahead while never losing the appreciation of a live well lived.
May God Bless you all.
With love and heartfelt sympathy,
Linda, Jerry, Delia, Ed, Tara, and Michael Walsh