- 61 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 26, 1953
- Date of passing: Oct 2, 2015
|Love and memories last forever...|
Margaret (Peggy) M. Adams of Brick, New Jersey passed into eternal life on October 2nd, 2015 after a short battle with aggressive and advanced lung cancer.
Peggy was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1953 to Helen and Bill Gamble. She lived in Queens while she raised her young children, until moving to New Jersey in 2000. She enjoyed her time being employed at Monmouth Medical Center and was a member of the ASPCA.
Peggy’s passion in life were her three sons, Robert, Gregory, and Bryan. The boys were her greatest pride and her greatest pain, and those who know them can attest that they were not easy to raise. Despite their liveliness, all three of her sons grew up into fine men, which would make any mother proud. In 2012, Gregory and his wife Heather provided Peggy with the granddaughter she’d always wanted with the birth of her little Olive. She was an adoring “Nonna,” and they loved to FaceTime, text, and call each other often since they were so far apart.
Family and friends of Peggy may pay their respects at an Open House Memorial to be held at her residence on October 10th, 2015, from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm at 7 Kitty Court, Brick, New Jersey.
"Sorry for your loss. I'm Peggys cousin on her fathers side of the family. I loss touch many years ago. May she rest in peace. Ellen"
"So sorry to hear of Peggy's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. RIP Peggy!"
"Dear Robert,Gregory,and Bryan and her little Olive, Im so sorry for your loss, she will truly be missed. You guys now have an angel watching over you. Please keep thinking of all the good memories you had with her.. Love you boys and uncle Tom and I are always here for you boys.. We love you Aunt Roe"
"Grace and Peace. Sorry to hear the passing of a Maxwellites Sister. May God continue to Bless and strength the family as you'll heal. Margaret R.I.H. Always BeBlessed Class of 83."
"Peggy.. You were like my second mother when I was growing up.. You had the 3 boys and my parents had the 3 girls.. We always joked around saying we were like the Brady Bunch in separate homes.. We were all inseparable.. You would yell at us when we fought as if we were your own.. And then again took care of us when my mom and dad needed a break.. Thank you for that! Bryan Gregory and Robert you are in my thoughts and prayers.. I love and miss you all so much.. I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother.."
"Dear Gregory Robert and Brian,Our deepest sympathy goes out to you all.your mother was a wonderful person who we knew as our friend and neighbor in queens and was so happy when the family relocated to be our neighbors again in Howell.She taught me a lot and gave me great advice as to how to be a good loving mother.She was always a phone call away and would do what she could to give a loving helping hand when in need.I still can't get over she's gone.She will live on forever in our hearts and I feel honored to have her as my friend.last time we spoke was three years ago and her last words to me was when you visit n.j come see me I love you.wish our busy lives would not have kept me from reaching out to her more often.stay strong boys just like your mom was and make her proud as she shines her loving light down on us all.oxoxox"
"Dear Bryan, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother, my heart goes out to you and your brothers at this time. She was a wonderful person, she will be missed."
"To Bryan and Family,
We were so sorry to hear about your Mom.
Our deepest Sympathy.
May God watch over all
of you and may your
Mom be at peace.
Matthew Kirchhof and Family"
"Sorry for your lose, Peg was a great person!"
"A mother is an angel on earth that shared her unconditional love with her sons, I pray that God will grant you and your brothers strength to forge through this difficult time.
Cherish the memories and her teachings and always keep her in your heart."
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