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Margaret Dannevig

75, Middletown, New Jersey

Age 75

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Margaret DannevigMiddletown - Margaret Dannevig, 75, of Middletown, died on March 3, 2019 peacefully in her sleep at her home. She was born in Brooklyn, NY to the late Wilhelm and Margaret Bugge. Margaret worked many years as an Executive Secretary for Brown Brothers Harriman in New York City....

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Peggy was such a dedicated volunteer at Monmouth Medical Center, visiting with patients, visitors and staff every Thursday and supporting our Pastoral Care Department. She was a ray of sunshine and will be missed by all. Her family was always important to her and she was always fondly sharing stories and pictures of her grandson who was the apple of her eye. Heaven certainly just received an angel. May happy memories be a source of comfort to her family and friends.

Dear Aunt Peggy,
U took over and guided me when I lost my mom. U never forgot her b day anniversary u name it. U always looked out for others. Your love was unconditional. I have so many memories as a child and throughout my adult years. U definitely are up there with my mom and watching over us.
I love you!!! Im hearing you say sweetheart as u called me. And that u loved me.We will miss you but never forget u.

Dear Peggy,

You were so sweet and caring, always asking how I was feeling and always remembering to look for me to serve communion. I will miss your presence at our Thursday morning prayer meetings, but I know you will always be with us.

Ginnie - MMC

You will be missed and you'll always hold a place in my heart.

My dearest Peggy. I will so much miss our breakfasts together and the inspiration you were to me with my faith. Thank you for your friendship and I know you are very much welcomed into Heaven God Bless Pat Lee

Rest in peace, dear friend from the SLV Rosary Group. We shall remember your family in our weekly meetings.

Marion Marotta

My Aunt Peggy was a GREAT PERSON. I never heard her utter a bad word about anyone and she was always so concerned with others well-being. I'll miss saying things to her that I knew she would consider a bit outrageous only to hear her reply, "Oh, Gerard!" which always made me laugh. She'd keep saying "Oh, Gerard!" as I kept going but she'd be smiling as she attempted to shush me. I'm an atheist but I know one thing, if I'm wrong and there is a God, she's seated right beside...