Wow! I guess it was my loss not to have met your Mama, Amanda. I just read 15 pages of heartfelt love and admiration. Not everyone will leave a legacy of love. Every person who wrote in commented in her gentle ways and the love she bestowed on them. How wonderful. The greater the love the greater the loss. Thinking of you. Hugs and love.
I can't even begin to express how sad I am about this news. Ohhhh the memories. I am soooo incredibly sorry for this loss and I wish I was there to hug you all so tight. RIP Momma Dupee, we all love you so.
Words can't express my sadness for the loss of my dear friend, we shall meet again someday. God Bless each of you and those beautiful grandchildren.
Allan, Peggy, Amanda, Catherine, Tiffany, DJ, Cathy, Dad, and all of those close/related to the Dupees: You have been in our thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. We're so sorry that we were not at the services today. Aunt Peggy will be greatly missed. We will remember her as she always was: happy, fun-loving, and full of great advice. She was an inspiration to all who knew her and will continue to be from above. Love, JD, Cassie, and Sierra
Thank you Peggy. Thanks to you, your daughters have blossomed into amazing women in their own rights... loyal friends, teachers, leaders, healers, mothers and wives; your influence continues on through them. Thanks for being generous with your advice and guidance, especially with those of us who lost our own mothers years ago... your wisdom helped me make some difficult life decisions with the bigger picture in mind. And thank you for your good works with the girls of troop 61000. You made that troop a sanctuary where every girl (and parent) felt welcomed, loved, accomplished and necessary. There was never any drama, clicks, separatism, or hurt feelings. A troop full of strong willed 5-7 years olds... HOW did you do it? I wish I had payed better attention! I'm so very thankful that my daughter and I had the opportunity to know you. I'm so sorry I didn't have the chance to say good bye in person and to let you know that you're one of the most decent human beings I've ever met. I have enjoyed every conversation, every joke, every encounter we shared, without exception. We miss you. I miss you. Madison and I will do our best to pass on what we learned from you and try to live by the many positive examples you've set. Rest in peace sweet lady.