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March 24, 2017

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November 20, 2013
I do not recall the day that my sister Janet and I wandered across the street and inside the welcoming home of Peggy, Ray, little baby Patti, then later, baby Barbie. All of the neighbors within the area of 21st & Lander St. would go to each other's houses, my mother would fry her famous fried chicken, and the children would play softball or kick ball just long enough to have some of those pieces of chicken before going home for their own dinners. Peggy Saito was the perfect homemaker, mother, gardener, cook, patient listener, and supportive friend. Throughout the years, I would see Peggy, carefully trimming the beautiful, green, healthy tree that was directly in front of the red steps that led to their front door. Never did I ever think that we would have to say goodbye to our Beacon of Beacon Hill. Every time I came to Seattle for a visit, I would try to drive by our old house, then go up those red steps to say, "Hello" to Peggy. It's not goodbye, for Peggy had a full, full life and was loved by all who knew her, and now, she is sweetly reunited with her Ray. In Loving Spirit...
November 11, 2013
Peggy - How well I remember my frequent visits to you when we lived in the same Beacon Hill neighborhood, from 1956 - 1969, so long ago. You were so welcoming and gracious, and always kept your home so meticuiously clean! We will miss you. Patti and Barbara will always have fond memories of their loving mother. Rest in peace. Sumie Akizuki
November 10, 2013
Auntie Peggy was one of my favorite Aunties as a child. Although she was not a blood Auntie, I always thought she was another one of my many blood Aunties when I was a kid. It was only when I became an adult that I discovered she was my mom's (Toshi Takahashi) best friend and we just called her Auntie Peggy naturally. I have many fond memories of going over to Auntie Peggy's house as a kid on the weekends. Her house was always impeccably clean. Their front lawn used to remind me of the grass at the old Sick's Stadium where the Seattle Rainiers and Seattle Pilots used to play baseball (just down the hill from their house). She always brought out the best treats which I always looked forward to. I always left her house with a full stomach as a kid because she was so generous and would always keep offering me more over my mom's objections. She would often give me some treats to take home as well usually behind my mom's back. Every visit to Auntie Peggy's house for me was a special event. Auntie Peggy was truly one of the most loving, sweetest, kindest and most giving persons I have ever known. I can't ever recall seeing her get mad, upset or use foul language. She was a true lady. I will miss you Auntie Peggy. Thank you for being a huge part of my childhood. Rest In Peace and God Bless.
November 7, 2013
Peggy,

We sure had alot of fun didn't we Peg! Miss you my dear friend!
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