Peggy Garland

Staten Island, New York

Age 94


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Peggy Garland, 94 Former volunteer school librarian who loved to read Peggy Garland, 94, formerly Margaret Carney, a 63-year resident of Great Kills, passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 30, 2019. Born in Elmhurst, Queens, the daughter of two Irish immigrants, she graduated from Bishop...

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So very sorry for the loss of your Mom...... May she rest in the sweetest peace...xoxoxxo

Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one. May the God of all comfort strengthen you in this time of sadness.
(2 Thessalonians 2:16,17)

Peggy was my mother in law Harriet Kane's best friend growing up and when they both moved to Great Kills that friendship grew even more. I was lucky to have meet you and became your friend also. Your kindness and generosity will live on forever as well as your stories. All your crafts you made through your years are treasures for all of us . To your family you were the best and also to us. Your smile was infectious your stories priceless. You will be missed by so many , but how lucky we all...

thoughts and prayers for you and the entire Garland family.

At least Once in our lifetime , there is always that one special person that walks into it and touches us beyond compare . Peg came into my life a few years back . She was that
once in a lifetime
I will miss her humor , love and laughter . Most importantly , I will miss the many stories about her hubby , children & grandchildren . What an amazing love she had for them all . ❤❤
My condolences to the Garland Family on the loss of their mother , grandmother and our dear...

Mrs. g was a wonderful lady . My sympathies goes out to the entire garland family I have so many memories of the garlands taking me as a guest to the gk swim club , or just hanging around with the acacia avenue crew .mr and Mrs garland were always so nice to us as kids . Rest In Peace ! GREAT LADY GREAT FAMILY

The loss of a love one is difficult. May the precious memories you have help you cope and bring you peace. 1 Thes. 4:14 can bring you some comfort knowing that there is a future for the ones we have lost in death can be reassuring. May the God of peace be with you and your family