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July 16, 2018

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December 2, 2017
When she left us, at Christ Church, Ridgewood, Peggy gave us the truth, "God has many surprises in store for you in your future!" She could not know what inspiration these words have proven for me and my family in the years that followed. May her soul bask in the glorious presence of God Almighty forever and ever.
November 21, 2017
After receiving my college education at the University of Pittsburgh where I majored in French Language and Literature, I became a Fulbright student in Caen, Normandy where I shared an address with Peggy for almost a year. Her talents included guitar playing and songs she would sing to entertain her friends, other students like ourselves. As if by design, a return to America, instead of meaning a separation, led both of us to Boston, where we met up again soon. She and Peter married on the grounds of Harvard University, where I was working on my doctorate. Fate even brought us both into connection with Dr. Alice Nauen who became Peggy's pediatrician--my mother-in-law, mother of my husband Franz Nauen. Our friendship from France never dwindled, though her duties, as shown above, were quite profuse and always a spiritual beacon with more than one focus. Peggy had a special life path built on high standards that couldn't help but bring admiration and great appreciation with all who had the privilege of sharing her light. I cannot part with her after finding her obituary here without feeling the loss of her presence in the world and shedding the tears that testify to my admiration of her as a person and the pain of learning about her loss all the way in Israel. P.S. Her photo is almost an exact replica of her looks as I met her in her early twenties: her sparkle was unique.
by Rena Nauen
October 23, 2017
Although no words can take the pain away, I hope the words recorded at Jeremiah 29:11,12 brings comforts your heart.
October 22, 2017
Reembering Peggy as a gracious and committed priest of the Diocese of Massachusetts -- a great role model!