Penny, Penny..I first met you in 1978 as you were in apprentice training at SDG&E. Such a cute little girl with a sparkle in your eye looking toward the future. I attended your 1st. marriage and you wanted me to play guitar but I didn't and will always regret not doing so. I will always remember you and remember all that we talked about. Forever your friend. Richard Rivero
My god......Penny our very own Penny. We first met during her apprentice training in 1978 along with Ed Street and others. I attended her first marriage and promised to play guitar but never did. Penny will be missed in my thoughts but I will now say a prayer for her and keep her in my thoughts more often. Forever your friend Richard Rivero
My condolences to the family and her husband. I will miss working with Penny, she had a warm heart and a beautiful person. Lupe Aguirre Palmer/SDGE
Oh Penny, what the hell? You're too young to die! I will miss you, we shared much history at Grid Ops, HQ, and later the rare transaction with you in WA. You were much respected, admired and loved. Remember when we went to the movies to see Boogie Nights? Blessed be. moon
Penny's passing has deflated me. When we worked the same late night shifts at SDGE and all was quiet, we would just talk about everything. What we didn't finish was an extra 1/2 hour in the parking lot before we say good bye and do it all again the next time. Last I believe I saw her was in October and as the months passed always wondered where was her black Mercedes. Sometimes she'll go on special assignments. I will miss Penny a lot but the memories I will not forget. My prayers to her family. She was a beautiful person.