- June 14, 1921 - April 24, 2009
- Owensboro, Kentucky
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Cindy,I happened to see this online; I'm so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I pray the memories are helping you through this time. Jan
Posted by: Jan Petrocchi - Evergreen, CO Jun 16, 2009
Dear Janet, Diana, Pam, Cindy & Families.
My heart goes out to you all, I really miss my Dad & know how you all feel. I have some lovely memories of my Lovely Auntie.
Love Kay, John, Michael, Maggie & Shaun XXXXX
Posted by: Kay Wallace - Swindon, Wiltshire May 29, 2009
Diana, I know what you have been going through with your mother these past few months. My condolence to you and your sisters for your loss. Your mother is now at peace. May all of your family now be at peace.
Posted by: Timothy Kuryla - Lexington, KY May 20, 2009
Dear Pam, I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Posted by: Cathy Parks Perrin - Owensboro, KY May 08, 2009
I will always remember Peggy with much love and fondest memories.Our families had such fun together.
Posted by: Larry Atherton - La Grange, KY May 07, 2009
Dear Janet, Diana, Pam & Cindy,
I just want to say how sorry I am to hear of your mother's passing. I have such good memories of you all and "Auntie Peggy" and "Uncle Ed" from the visit I made to Kentucky with Ken, Terry, and Lucille back in the '90's. What a wonderful family. She was so friendly, and gracious, and hospitable. I will never forget that trip - making bread with Uncle Ed, going to church with your
Posted by: Pat Seliger - Mesa, AZ May 06, 2009
Dear Janet, Dee, Pam and Cindy
You are all in our thoughts and we send our love to you and your families.
How lucky I was to have had such a wonderful Auntie who always thought of others and never herself. She was one of those people who made you feel better the moment she walked into the room. Her wonderful smile, that lovely laugh - she always tried to make your time with her as special as it could be. We
Posted by: Elaine & family - Pinner May 06, 2009
They are not lost our dearest loves,
Nor have they travelled far,
Just stepped inside homes loveliest room and left the door ajar.
My favourite Auntie gone but never forgotten. Dee & family
Posted by: Dee & peter Long - ST AUSTELL May 06, 2009
I really believe character and Christian values are the measure of a person. Knowing what I do of your Mom and believing you mirrorer one another, heaven has recently gained one of its most precious angels. May God be with you.
Anita and son, Ash
Posted by: Anita L. Mosqueda - Lexington, KY May 06, 2009
To my dear Aunt Peggy, my love and appreciation for being part of so many wonderful memories during summer visits to Owensboro. I remember wonderful barbecue feasts, strawberry shortcake, lemon ice box pie at the diner near Pup Troutman's Sheet Metal Works, and trips to Santa Claus Land. You were a "second mother" whenever I stayed with you during escapes from UK in 1970-1971. May you find eternal joy rejoining Uncle Ed. With warm remembrance and love,
Posted by: Peter & Jenny Wallace - Kapolei, HI May 06, 2009
My sincere sympathy in the loss of your dear mother. I never knew your Mom but I certainly enjoyed our high school days at Daviess County High. Especially all our band trips and band camp, wish you'd come to our next class reunion, we'd love to see you.
Posted by: Carol Wolken - Marietta, GA May 06, 2009
Dear Janet,Diana,Pam,Cindy & Families
Our Loving Memories of my dear Sister stretch over a Lifetime.Firstly our childhood to-gether as a family until World War 11 and then her marriage to Edward( A true Southern Gentleman) taking her to Owensboro where Eileen and I had the real pleasure of visiting them on a regular basis for many years.
We shall treasure the many happy times spent together especially the visit to Sanibel Island and the laughs we shared along with Diana & Cindy
Posted by: Denis Wallace - London, KY May 05, 2009
Dear Janet, Dee, Pam & Cindy
We send you all our love and condolences at this very sad time. We have such happy memories of times shared with Auntie Peggy both here in England, and in Kentucky. Her personality lit up every room, and her laughter was infectious. We will miss her very much. Hold on to the happy memories you have.
We are thinking of you all.
Posted by: Bill, Sue, Stuart & Lisa - Pinner May 05, 2009
Dear Janet, Diana, Pam & Cindy,
I will never forget our holidays at your house growing up in the 1960's through our last trip together to England 5 years ago. Your mother (my aunt) was a beautiful woman, inside and out, and had one of the best senses of 'English' humour this side of the pond!! It's good to see that her legacy lives on in all of you.
We know this is a difficult time and extend our deepest sympathies. We, too, will miss her dearly.
Lots of love,
Gayle & Vince XX
Posted by: Gayle Wallace/Vince Stein - Irving, TX May 05, 2009
Dear Janet, Diana, Pam & Cindy,
Like your Auntie Maggie, I have so many cherished memories of your Mum, my sister-in-law. When I married Arthur (her brother) and came to this country from Japan, your parents took me under their wings and treated me like gold. We had so many good times together over the years and I will miss her (as I do your Dad) so very very much.
Auntie Tomiko XXX
Posted by: Tomiko Wallace - Irving, TX May 05, 2009
Dear Janet, Diana, Pame & Cindy.
I have such wonderful memories of my sister-in-law, we always got on so well and had many laughs together! I am just so sorry that we are so many miles apart at this sad time. My thoughts are with you all. Take Care of each other Love Auntie Maggie xxxx
Posted by: Margaret Wallace - Hailsham May 05, 2009
Dear Janet, Diana, Pam & Cindy and all the family.
We share in your grief and know just what you are going through, after just losing our wonderful Dad. Fill your hearts with the lovely memories you all have of your wonderful Mum & our Aunt.
Love to you all and our Prayers and thoughts are with you.
Posted by: Jackie & Joe Delaney - Hailsham May 05, 2009
Pam, Our prayers are with you and your family. God Bless you, Linda
Posted by: Linda Mock - owensboro, KY May 04, 2009
Pam, Kendall and Abby,
I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. I know no matter how old or how ready a person may be to pass on, it's still your mom or your grandmother, and they just can't be replaced.
Love, Michele Hartung
Posted by: Michele Hartung - Owensboro, KY May 04, 2009
Dear Girls - I'm one of "Auntie Pearl's" daughters - and all of us remember your Mother and Dad so well. Your Dad "Pup" as we called him, and our oldest brother, Louis, were best friends, and our brother was killed in WWII. When your Mother came to Owensboro our family "adopted" her, and we have so many fond memories of you girls growing up, and being with Peggy and Ed on many occasions. I know you will miss her, but I also know she had been ill for a long time. My very best to all of you.
Posted by: Barbara Atherton McElwain - Georgetown, KY 40324, KY May 04, 2009
We knew Peggy first at Trinity Church and found her to be one of the sweetest people we knew. She had many friends who will miss her and that wonderful smile.
Posted by: Ann and George Greer - Sugar Grove, NC May 04, 2009
I will truely miss Peggy being my neighbor in the Downs. She was always special to us.
Posted by: Jeff Hawks - Verger TEC - Owensboro, KY May 04, 2009