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Peggy Ann Lahue
  • 73 years old
  • Date of birth: May 28, 1941
  • Date of passing: May 18, 2015
Let the memory of Peggy be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Peggy Lahue, 73, born on May 28, 1941 and passed away on May 18, 2015. We will remember her forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Rick Zolzer on 25th May 2015

"I always enjoyed that you were a no nonsense get to the point lady...I will never forget out first meeting with a conversation about my draws...From that moment on I made it my lot in life to never have those issues again and it was all because of your good natured semi serious kidding...You were a great mom with much to be proud of and our loss in the big guys gain...RIP Mama G"

This tribute was added by Louetta Kendrick on 21st May 2015

"Peggy I enjoyed our phone conversation that we had a couple of months ago.  I wish that I had called you more.  You were my first cousin and I didn't see you often because we were many miles apart.  You'll forever be in my heart.  RIP"

This tribute was added by Debbie Prater on 21st May 2015

"Peggy you were more like a sister then a sister in law. You were a good friend. We had many good times, and a lot of laughs together. I'll  never forget you. You'll always be in my heart. You are now on your journey home to be reunited with Dale and all your loved ones. Rest in peace beautiful lady. I miss you so much. ❤️"

This tribute was added by Kristy Swanson on 20th May 2015

"Aunt Peggy you will be missed. You are the Matriarch of our family, the rock that stood among us teaching us how to be strong, how to speak bluntly and not mix our words or sugar coat them. Life lessons that will remain with us forever, that we will pass on to our children. Your strengths have influenced many generations and in your passing we share those influences with one another. I am amazed that the life teachings of a woman your age has made an impact on those as young as school age children. Your soul will live on inside us all, as we grow old and hope to continue to be strong just like you.  Thank you for being who you are and not worrying what anybody thought of you, thank you for being as tough as nails and showing us how to forge on ahead through this life and thank you showing us that you also had a wild side letting us know that we are strong but it's part of life to let your hair down, do things out of the norm and sometimes misbehave because we want to, because we need to, because it balances out this life we live.  I will carry on with your strength and I will pass it on to my son in honor of the life you lived. I love you, fly high, give everyone kisses for me and I hope you all have a rocking party in heaven, show us the lighting and thunder so we can know it's a good one! Xoxoxo"

This tribute was added by Willy John on 19th May 2015

"Aunt Peggy called me a few days ago , being excited that she called me , I wouldn't let her get a word in , I was telling how I was doing , talk to her about my house , about my brother and sister and how I still miss my father , after a few minutes of ranting , she stopped me to say : I love you and miss your father but I dialed your number by accident i was trying to call uncle gill. Lol, just thought that was funny . We went on to talk for a while about pretty much every thing. She loved her family so much and was really happy being in Nan's house in Florida . She will be missed. Love you aunt Peggy , say hi to dad for me ."

This tribute was added by Bertha Nichols on 19th May 2015

"Peggy was truly the best big sis anyone could ask for. She always took care of me when i was younger even using me as her doll when she was only ten. She also took me to Detroit when she was first married to  AW Grimet because she always wanted to protect me. With great saddness and a heavy heart I say RIP to a wonderful mother, sister, and friend. Love and miss you Peggy."

This tribute was added by Heather Grimet on 19th May 2015

"Grandma it is with a heavy heart that we put you to rest. I remember when I was little every Christmas you'd buy me rollerblades and let me skate through the kitchen or out in the garage until it got warm enough outside that I could be in the driveway. The free ice cream you use to give me at school and the sewing lesson...."watch your fingers or you'll sew them together". Our times at bingo when we'd drink ginger ale, chew gum, and keep our fingers crossed for the jackpot. I love you grandma and I know you're up there now winning big and with the ones you love! You're finally home."

This tribute was added by Katherine Grimet on 19th May 2015

"I'll never forget the phone calls i got before my basketball and softball games, "good luck babe I love you". I remember when i was little, and still learning how to ride my bike, you and dad were always right next to me. Cheering me on, no matter what I did. If I messed up, you were right next to me, right or wrong, you supported me through everything. There's nothing I enjoyed more than sitting on the porch, doing our eyebrows and nails together, talking about everything and anything under the sun. It was blessing having such a wise, intelligent women to guide me through the early stages of life. Not only were you my grandmother, but my best friend and partner in crime. If there's one thing I got from you, it's my mouth and how blunt I am. We tell it how it is, not sugar coating a thing. Don't raise to much hell up there with your loved one's, or at least wait for me so we can do it together. No matter how far the view, I'll always be looking up to you and daddy. Rest easy grandma, until we meet again ❤"

This tribute was added by Amy Leandro on 19th May 2015

"Aunt Peggy I am grateful for the times we shared and the talks we had. I enjoyed myself with all the bingo trips we shared even though I loss and you would always win. LOL. I love you."

This tribute was added by Mary Jane Manning on 19th May 2015

"Aunt Peggy, I always believed you were a strong woman. I will never forget going to your house in the summer, and heading to the park down the street at the school... You loved all of us like your own... Rest in peace and say hi to all the angels in heaven."

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