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Peggy Doyle

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

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Peggy Doyle, 58, of Plains Township and formerly of the East End section of Wilkes-Barre, died Thursday, July 15, 2010, in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.Born May 27, 1952, in Wilkes-Barre, she was a daughter of Catherine Dougherty Doyle and the late Joseph J. Doyle.A 1970...

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Dear Doyle Family,

I just learned of Peggy's death and wanted to let you all know how very sorry I am for your tremendous loss, much too soon.
I have many fond memories of your entire family growing up "across the alley" in East End.
I hope you can be a comfort to each other in your sorrow and grief.
You are all in my thoughts.
Laura Toole

My condolences to Peggy's family and friends. Her professionalism and committment to helping people with disabilities achieve their personal goals was evident in the passion she demonstrated in her work. I admired and respected Peggy and will miss working with her. Rose Higby

Peggy was a very nice co worker. I used to work with Peggy at the Simpson Street Outlets. My throughts and Prays are with her family.

Ann Sawka Beecham

My sympathies go out to Peggy's family and friends. She was a dedicated counselor and administrator. She will be missed by OVR. Celeste

Peggy was a wonderful colleague within the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation family where we served together as district administrators. She had a wealth of knowledge and readily shared information that could help other offices. I will miss her greatly and share your loss. Please accept my condolences.

Our deepest sympathy for your loss.

Sorry to hear about your loss, Tracey Gary and Gary Sabulski

Hello. My name is Jack and I work for OVR. I am in Erie but would speak to Peggy at various times throughout the year. I am so sorry for your loss. She is a wonderful person and will be missed. I will keep all of her family in my prayers.

Catherine: So sorry to hear of your loss of Peggy I know she is in the hands of
God and with Aunt Margaret and Uncle Tom and all of your great family. So sorry I cannot be there to say goodbye to her but wishing you to remember great times with her and all. God Bless you and your family. Love David and Barbara Munley Cooney














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