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Peggy A. Patrick

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December 20, 2013
Heaven will be a better place now that Mrs. Peggy is there. When my family and I arrived in Des Moines as refugees, Mrs. Peggy taught us English and introduced us to the American culture. She was a wonderful human being. Mrs. Peggy will be truly missed.
December 10, 2013
I only just learned Peggy had finally quit the building. What a wonderful woman! She was the voice of authority and the fount of common sense when I arrived in Jan 1986 to take up the job of curator of education. In some ways she was a little scary, too--she just knew EVERYTHING! I salute you, Peggy. Really, I salute you. Bon voyage!
October 23, 2013
I signed my 4 year old to art classes with Peggy Patrick. It was one of my best decisions I ever made. Her love of art and creativity was a gift only Peggy could give.
October 15, 2013
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Peggy, but grateful to her for her service to our country in the Peace Corps.

Our condolences,

The National Peace Corps Association
October 14, 2013
The first artist who taught me about art was Mom. When I was 4 years old Mom signed me up for art classes at the Des Moines Art Center with an amazing instructor, Peggy Patrick. I can still remember the light coming through the windows, the walk past the mural and through the children's gallery to class, the easels in the corner, rows of paintings in process, messy table surfaces, colorful paint shirts, and Peggy's laugh. The art I created wasn't important. I have tried always to remember that I am not teaching ART for the last 28 years, I am teaching CHILDREN.
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