Margaret Phipps

Needham, Massachusetts


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Margaret M. Phipps Peg, passed away on 27 December after a brief illness at Framingham Union Hospital. She passed away in the company of family. She was a joyful mother, devoted wife, caring grandmother and great grandmother. Born and raised in Arlington, she and her beloved, late husband Harold...

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We will truly miss seeing Peg across the street, out walking with Catherine, chatting with her, and her many compliments of our children. We just talked with her on Christmas Eve as we were out lighting the luminaries and she told a story about her dad and how he learned to give his family a great, stable life. I hope those stories and memories live on in your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, and we are right across the street if you ever need anything (like the time John had to...

To My Cousins Patty, Bucky, John and Michael and all that had the pleaseure of knowing Peggy. Though we are many miles apart we are still Family and we all feel the lost here. Aunt Peggy was an amazing person a woman we all inspired to be like. She love life to the fullest and everyone in it. Her smile alway reached her Irish Eyes as you can see in every picture taken of her. I know my Dad Frank will truely miss his sister as I will miss my talks with Aunt Peggy when she came to visit...

John and family... Jenn told me of your Mom's passing, my heartfelt sympathy is with you during this time. I remember her as a woman larger than life itself and embraced it with such gusto. She had laugh that echoed her love and kindness. May you find solace in remembering all the good times you shared...
With deepest sympathy,

Dear Peggy -- just saw you last week and am happy I had the chance to hug you. I will miss your grand laughter. You are in good company with Harry and Mum and Dad.

My prayers are with Patty, Bucky, John and Michael as you go through this time.

All the best,
Ree Fannon Coleman

Thank you for your kind words. Peg's family has created a website to honor her life:

"Wish I had a chance to say goodbye. I have only fond memories of Peg. Always smiling and that booming laugh. I can see her walking down Fern Street right now. Very sorry for your loss. Mike, John, Bucky and Patty you're in my prayers."
Mike Looby

John and family,

I am so sorry for your loss. May God's strength help guide you during this most difficult time.

Peace and God Bless,

Ellen Bohmbach