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May 26, 2013
I miss you, mama.
July 25, 2010
Sorry to be so late finding out about Peggy's passing. Prayers and condolences to all of you.
June 07, 2010
June 07, 2010
I have been thinking of Nana so often lately, and I think what I miss most from her is the widsom and tact that she possesed. She was loving and accepting of everyone.

From the first day I met her, I felt as though I was one of her MANY kids. We all come in diffrent sizes and ages you know , but we all knew we were family to her and she always made us feel apart and loved.

One great memory I have that means the most to me was when I ask her to help me learn how to sew. She did help me complete a couple of things for Jennefer, and I even made a dress at my house because of the skills she taught me. Those afternoons with her at the Biglerville Road house were moments spent teachings not only of sewing but of her sharing how to experience life filled with Jesus love.

Matt, Peg, Kelly..THANK YOU for sharing your mom with so many. I praise God for the blessing that she sleeps and I do believe soon and very soon she will be raised at the trumpet sound and will be reunited with her Savior that she loved and depended on here on this earth!!

I also hold a moment in mind when she says to you, well, there goes Bun, he's heading to work again today...maybe not on the mountain roads and in the orchards, but probably doing something some where very important on those streets of gold.

I know that there homes will be on a mountainn somewhere very special in heaven!!!

We love you all so much! Ed and Gwen
June 07, 2010
June 06, 2010
I remember when Ms. Peggy came to Fine Pearle Assisted Living on her birthday in 2008. She greeted us with a warm smile on her face. It was the same smile that greeted all of us the morning of May 26th. That morning I decided to cook “biscuit and gravy” for breakfast…Ms. Peggy’s favorite! She woke up with a surge of energy, happily said “good morning Perlita, good morning Ms. Victoria, good morning Ana, good morning Ms.Ernie” something’s different I thought. She ate her breakfast so fast as if she was in a hurry that she didn’t want to be late for something. As soon as she finished her breakfast, she said that was the best breakfast she ever had.

On her last few weeks with us, I caught her staring at me several times. She would follow me with her stare in every direction I went. I would ask her “are you ok Ms. Peggy? Do you need something?” And she’ll just say “oh I’m ok and I don’t need anything”. The look on those eyes saddened me because I knew behind those unspoken words; I knew she knew she’s getting closer. And like a mother, she would hide her feelings from me because as she put it “I worried a lot”. We have so much fond memories of Ms. Peggy, we enjoyed her morning talks and after meal stories, her humor and how she shared her wonderful God given talent with us. I called her a “walking encyclopedia”.

Peg, she loved you so dearly and I know you knew it. She was so proud of you and repeatedly told us how lucky she was to have such a caring and loving daughter. She was worried about you and who’s going to take care of you. Jokingly I told her, if I still have the business, I will, so don’t you worry Ms. Peggy. Matt, she always bragged about your beautiful voice so very often. She treasured you so much. And Kelly, she always wanted to see you once again, but she said she knew it’s impossible and she understood. She woke up one morning and I heard the first thing she asked Ana was “is Kelly out there”? She missed you so much and I think you know that explained those 4:00 am phone calls.

Thank you very much for choosing us to care for your mother. We’re privileged to be a part of the last one year and nine months of her life in this world. Jehovah God gave us all promise of resurrection thru Jesus Christ ransom sacrifice and in due time, God’s willing; we will see Ms. Peggy again in the promised paradise. Ms. Peggy touched our hearts and we all missed her so dearly. Time will heal the silence of her absence and the feeling of incompleteness. But till then, Ms. Peggy’s memories will cheer us all. Take care and thank you again for sharing with us your wonderful mother.

Love,
Perlita, Larry, Laurence, Ana, Farrah
Hazel, Jini, Ernie and Victoria
June 06, 2010
One of my greatest memories of Nana was when she would have special music in the old Gettysburg church. I loved hearing her play.
June 04, 2010
Peg, I just put together that this was your mother. My condolences to your family. I so enjoyed her company at the FOP office. My thoughts will be with you during this difficult and emotional time.
June 04, 2010
Our condolences to all of the family.
I will always feel grateful for the wonderful visit with Aunt Peggy the day before she left us so suddenly. She was a very special person and will be missed by so many. We can all take consolation in the fact that she had such a full life and is now with her loving husband and son.
June 04, 2010
Mrs Gallatin was a beautiful and kind and sweet woman. She raised sweet, kind and wonderful sons. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Matt and Kelly I don't know if you remember us, Joe and Janet Kane who owned the Fairfield Cut Rate in Fairfield PA. We were so sorry to hear of your Moms passing. I am sure you are very proud of your Mom. Please be at peace knowing your Mom is now with your Dad and Brother.

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