Condolence: Jeremy, I was saddened to hear of Peggy’s passing. Have fond memories from the seventies of things like riding around in your van having lawn chairs as seats; your preparations of your Anglia for its trip to the north shore; parties which were always a blast. Really enjoyed both of you. My sincere condolences to the rest of your family as well.
Condolence: Dear Kate,
The words written about your mom indicate what a wonderful, vibrant, and interesting person she was. You will miss her dearly.
You and Murray are in our thoughts.
Our sincere sympathy to you and your family.
Gemma and Zachary
Condolence: Dear Jeremy, Andrew, Kate, George, Janet and Siobhan,
I know how much Peggy meant to you all, but cannot imagine how sad you must feel now that she is gone. Knowing that she had some control and choice in her passing must be of great consolation to you.
Whenever I think of Peggy I think of warm, welcoming rooms, great food and stimulating discussion. I first came to know her through George as a generous, welcoming and kind hostess who never hesitated to open her home and pantry to friends and family. And what a kitchen! She was such a great cook! Everything that came from her kitchen was so wholesome and delicious! Her table was always well laid and the discussion around it well informed! Even her Facebook presence reflected her values: Education, general culture, current events, great recipes and proper use of English grammar! Mike and I send you our sincerest condolences.
Dear George and Siobhan, you have lost a cherished sister. Imagining your sadness bring tears to my eyes. I'm so sorry for your loss. She gave you so much and I will never forget her or any of the life lessons she so generously shared.
Condolence: To Jeremy and family,
I was so sorry to read of Peggy's passing this morning in the paper. She was such a special lady and I loved her spirit and her laugh. I could always count on her for a spirited discussion on any subject that came up. I will say a prayer for her passage to the next world. There are no words of condolence that can ease the pain that you are feeling but know that she was loved by all that knew her and she made a difference in this world. Take comfort in that.
Condolence From: Uncle Adophe and Aunt Danica Giovannini
Condolence: To Kate and Murray and Dutton family.
We are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at such a difficult time.
Love from Uncle Duff, Aunt Danica, Miranda and Jeff, Dom and Heather, and Damien and Lisa.