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Margaret Mary Podlich

Phoenix, Arizona

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Podlich, Margaret "Peg" Mary 65, of Phoenix passed away on November 22, 2015, with her family by her side. She was born in Mesa, AZ, on April 7, 1950 to parents Dr. William Frederick Podlich, Jr and Margaret Mary (Elliott) Podlich. Peg grew up in Tempe and attended Tempe High...

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May your light always shine....

Peg and I met in the Peace Corps in 1974. We rekindled our friendship later on, and she and Clayton were my first "tour guides" in Arizona. So many gifts she gave me - a love of the desert and its wonders, a lasting friendship, many nights of laughter. She shed a very bright light in the world, and I already miss it.
Peace, mi amiga...

Peg is a wonderful person, so kind, and so giving of herself. And such a devoted family she is blessed to have! I know you all will be reunited. I am glad that she is now free from any and all pain, suffering, and illness. Prayers for peace and comfort to Clayton and sons, and for the memories that will continue to bring joy, love and laughter. I'm so blessed to know Peg and Clayton! Sadly, I have a prior commitment that will prevent my attendance at the Memorial Service for Peg, but I...

We are sorry to learn of the passing of Peg, but grateful for her service to our nation with the Peace Corps in Thailand.

Our Condolences,
The National Peace Corps Association

A wonderful friend. She raised two great guys and trained up one super husband.

Always smiling, always welcoming, always fun to be around! She will be greatly missed by so many.

I knew Peg during our high school years in Kabul, Afghanistan. Later I was happy to reconnect via Facebook and we had some memories and smiles together. A wonderful person who contributed much!

Remembering the smiles and joys shared as students at AISk in Kabul so many years ago, with gratitude.

Surely Peg personified the term "true friend". How lucky we were to know her, to be welcomed into her life and home, to share old memories and new experiences, to enjoy her smile. Gene and I send our deepest condolences to Clayton and boys, sister Jan, Peg's mom and family.