Margaret "Peggy" Louise Smith (Storey)
Your mother was a wonderful woman, and so beautiful. I have fond memories of Margaret and Paul. Dave and Helen Story were my Uncle and Aunt (My mother, Lorraine was married to Don Campbell, Helen's brother.) We were both teachers and I would have loved to share our similar experiences. She was smart, funny and kind.
Helen and Dave's daughter, Sue Emwright, sends her love to your family. She lives in Seattle and we have remained close.
Love and blessings to you, your family and your wonderful and handsome father, Paul.
Nancy Campbell Seattle
I am so sorry to hear about Peggy. She was a valued member of of P.E.O. Chapter G and we miss her warmth, compassion and friendship. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Barbara S. Giles
Peggy, you are one of the favorite people of my life. I was always so envious of your enormous talent, and in so many areas. You always had Jan Cooper and I laughing. And, yes, even if we had known 'how old you were', we would still have been friends with you, and loved you. I am so lucky to have been able to call you a friend and spent such fun times together. I shall keep you in my heart always with a smile on my face. (:-)- Sherry Grosso
My mother was a sweet lady with a passion for life. She was the best baker I've ever met, and loved to master a new craft every year or so. She will be greatly missed.
Peggy was deeply loved by folks at University Congregational United Church of Christ. We are holding Paul and all of Peggy's family in our prayers.