Jon and Family, Gary and I are sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Although no words can take away your sadness, I hope you find comfort in knowing that others care.
My sympathy to the family of Peg. She was such a beacon of faith and hope to me and to many. Her humility spoke volumes about the person she was. I loved having her in our Bible Study. She added so much with her life stories.What a treasure!
I am so thankful that I shared time with Peg and prayed with a person so close to Our Lord.
Oh, I am so sad to hear about Peg. She was so sweet and had a great sense of humor. I moved five years ago, but when I was in Adrian, quite often we would walk to and from the Church parking lot together, and we had a lot of interesting conversations. She enjoyed talking about her family, and we shared recipe ideas. I had no idea she played the violin. Heaven is receiving another angel. My deepest sympathy to all of you.
Dear Aunt Peg, I married into the family ,I loved the get togethers at your house,I believe on Saturday evening.we all seemed to enjoy the fellowship of getting together and all of your baked goodies, I miss my David very very much, can’t believe he will be got 4 years this June 19th and we were married 50 yrs on the 13th. I still have things to get rid of .just haven’t wanted to. Aunt Peg you were a beautiful lady and David and I enjoyed coming by and seeing you and Uncle Al and then just Aunt Peg and Gene. We will miss you dearly. Maybe you can say hi to David and play some golf. Love you and will miss you so much.heaven got and Angel when they got you Aunt Peg! Condolences to all the family from my son David Dean, wife Tammy,and my daughter Lisa Aleshire James and husband Tom and daughter Jenna. From Blytheville ,Arkansas
Dearest Suzanne and Family:
We are truly saddened to learn of your Mom’s passing. Please know that we will keep you in our prayers in the days ahead. May your memories of a life well lived and loved dwell in your hearts forever. — Karen & Roger Powell