Margaret-Tierney-Obituary

Margaret Weston Tierney

St. Louis, Missouri

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Tierney, Margaret Peggy Weston (nee Barry), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, passed away peacefully on March 11, 2017, at the age of 98. She is survived by her beloved husband of 70 years William (Bill) Tierney; children Anne Tierney of Clayton, MO, Bob (Ann) Tierney of...

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I was so sorry to hear of the passing of both your parents. My mother, Mary Elizabeth Daley deceased 2003, was Margaret's 1st cousin. My mother always spoke of your mother, and your grandmother Ann, as highly accomplished and successful. Indeed that was the case, but I'm sure than means little when compared to the love she gave you. Remember the accomplishments, and keep the love eternally in your heart. Best wishes and deepest sympathies.

We've been Bill and Peggy's neighbors for the last 17 years and are very saddened to hear of their passing. Each time I saw Peggy she asked me how my family was, including my in-laws and my parents in Virginia. She was so sweet and caring. We will miss her soul being near us and pray for God's blessings on her.

To the Tierney family. I was informed of the passing of your mother. It has been many years but I remember that your mother was always involved with the "management" of your large family. She always seemed to have everything under control. My condolences to all.

Dear Cousins, We are very sorry about Aunt Peggy-a very intelligent, interesting lady. Her drive to always keep learning is an example for all of us. You & Uncle Bill are in our prayers. Love, Lou & Mary Beth

Tricia, Scott and I send our prayers to you and your family!

Mike, what a lady, amazing how she was devoted to the Arts, Higher Education and Religious Faith. She sure loved her family and was a second Mom to many. Mary and I send our Condolences. Joe Curotto

Mike,
It's a strong, special loneliness that comes with the passing of parents. You are lucky to have so many brothers and sisters. It eases it somewhat.
Very sorry for your loss.
Hope you still make it to St. Louis to argue with me and your numerous other friends.
Chris Vatterott

lil Peggy

Rest in Peace Nana. Thank you for everything. Love your Grandson (Charlie) and Heather, Liam and Margaret (lil Peggy) Tierney