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August 22, 2019

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August 6, 2019
We are very sad to hear about Peggy . My mom Mary Lenc , enjoyed her as a friend. I hope they are playing cards up in heaven together.
July 23, 2019
So sorry to hear about the passing of my friend Mrs. Grimes. She was one of my favorite people and so kind to me when I was a kid. I spoke to her about a year ago and promised to stop by when I was back in Chicago....I am sad I did not make it over to see her. My condolences to the Grimes family....she was a truly lovely person.
July 23, 2019
So, we run into each other while waiting line for pork pies at Milwaukee's Irish Fest. I'm down form Green Bay, Peg is there from Westchester. We haven't seen each other since Bobby's graduation, ages ago. [We saw each other at least 6 or seven times a year while I was growing up, but since my young family moved, those reunions were farther apart.] My husband, kids and friends were waiting at one side of the food court and Bob and her bunch were at the other side. We each has a list of goodies to get and each had a child run up to us to relieve us from our burden and then leave us again to wait for the next item. It was a wonderful exchange, reminiscent of days gone by; hugs aplenty, both talking at the same time, machine gunning questions, with answers flying out of our broad grins as we tried to get caught up. It was an unexpected joy-filled and special moment.

Hospitality was the byword in the Collins/Curry/Grimes household. There was always room for one more and food was abundant and delicious. Peg carried on that tradition, always making you feel welcome, always interested in how you were doing and always looking for a way to make your visit special.

I cherish memories of Easter and Thanksgiving on Lexington with a gather of at least 4 generations at any one time, eating in shifts because the table would never fit all of us. The neighborhood changed, the household moved to Buckingham, but the family never stopped celebrating life together.

Thanks Peg for being a big part of my life and memories. My prayers for all of you who feel her loss.
July 22, 2019
On behalf of Fr. Scott Donahue and Mercy Home for Boys & Girls, we would like to extend our heartfelt condolences and prayers to the family and friends of Peg Grimes.

May the angels lead her into paradise; may the martyrs come to welcome her and take her to the holy city, the new and eternal Jerusalem.
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