Peggy was a true treasure. A lady through and through. Her legacy of being strong and independent will carry through generations. It was a pleasure to know her. She lived a full and blessed life.
Besides the grand kids looking forward to the many desserts I also as a son in law after the long drive to Sudbury always knew Peggy had the desserts waiting upon our arrival and the only problem was there were so many it was tough to decide which ones to have first. From the moment we arrived to when we left Peggy always made sure we were looked after. So many memories including always seeing Peggy with a smile on her face and genuinely happy to see us. The most memorial event though was Peggy was an avid baseball fan and we went to a game together and got great seats third row behind home plate and part way through the game security came as they though we were sitting there illegally. This was about 10 years ago and I looked at the security guard and said does this look like a woman who would seat hop. We had a good chuckle over it and this was probably the only time Peggy was ever accused of doing something she shouldn't.
Our deepest condolences for your loss,
from all of us. We know your Mom will be deeply missed.
Sandi, Norman, Ty and Daavi
I will remember those last days with you and cheerish. My hearts breaks for your children but they have strength you have given them to go on . Love you Peggy and now you are together again with Ian. XoXOYour sister in Law Denise
It's with great sadness that we learned of Margaret's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. Much love, Dennis and Kimberly