Marguerite Clarice "Peggy" (Hruby) Mandeville (1921 - 2017)

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Marguerite Clarice "Peggy" Mandeville, 95, San Diego, Calif., passed away Saturday, June 24, 2017, at the Good Samaritan Society in Red Oak.
Peggy was born Aug. 9, 1921, in Lincoln, Neb., the daughter of Charles S. and Anne O. (Vaboril) Hruby. She was raised in the Fremont, Neb., area and graduated from Wahoo Public High School in Wahoo, Neb., and St. Mary's College in Omaha. She moved to California and served in the Navy WAVES during World War II. Peggy resided in San Diego with her husband James Mandeville, whom she married in 1952. Peggy was a Radiology Tech at the University of California at San Diego. She was a member of the Mission Church in San Diego. Peggy loved golf, gardening, walking by the ocean and collecting seashells. She made Red Oak Good Samaritan Society her home in February of 2017.
Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, James, in 2009; her sister, Betty Ann Peterson; and her nephew, David Peterson.
Survivors include her brother, Charles S. Hruby, Jr. of Omaha; many nieces and nephews, including Michelle Pruss and husband John of Red Oak; Steve Hruby and wife Heather of Omaha; Anamaree Redlinger and husband Joe of Hollis, N.H.; Mark Peterson of Kansas City, Kan.; and Julee Dettenwanger and husband John of Colorado; and many other relatives and friends.
Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 29, 2017, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Red Oak. Burial will be in the St. Francis Cemetery at Wahoo at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 29, 2017. Recitation of the Rosary will be held 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 28, 2017, at Nelson-Boylan-LeRette Funeral Chapel in Red Oak. Memorials are suggested to the St. Mary's Catholic Church.
Nelson-Boylan-LeRette Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
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Published in The Red Oak Express on June 27, 2017
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