We had been Peggy's neighbors for over thirty years, she watched our children grow into adulthood. She was hard to get to know but didn't have a mean bone in her body. She was the neighborhood watch person nothing happened that she wasn't aware of it. In her later years we didn't speak much but we exchanged fruit baskets with her at Christmas and we always received a pleasant thank you note afterwards. She will be missed in the neighbor hood.
Mirron and Raelene Carlton