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Margaret Ann "Peggy" Mongeau, 88

Webster, MA - Peggy Mongeau of Webster, MA passed away on Wednesday, September 5, 2018.

She was born in Worcester, MA, one of three children of Jacob Radzik and Margaret (Dunphy) Radzik. She grew up in Webster, MA, attended St. Louis Schools, and went on to receive a nursing degree from St. Vincent's School of Nursing in Worcester.

She enlisted in the Air Force and was stationed in California during the Korean War where she met her future husband, Laurent (Larry) Mongeau. After leaving the Air Force, she and Larry married and settled in California where they began the herculean task of raising, loving, and guiding 7 children through this world. The family moved back to Webster in 1967 and Peggy became the Director of Nursing at Oakwood Convalescent Home, where she worked for the remainder of her career. She and Larry were very active in their church and faith was a guiding principle in their lives.

Peggy often talked about the wonderful childhood she had growing up in a large extended family and always knowing that she was loved. She maintained close relationships with her many relatives, numerous friends on both coasts, and had the rare ability to make friends wherever she went.

She is survived by daughter Kathryn Mongeau of Sacramento CA; daughter Marie Mongeau, her husband Miles Prunier, and grandchildren Lee and Leslie of Putnam CT; son Michael Mongeau, his wife Dawn, and grandchildren Claire and Nicole of Sterling MA; daughter Annie Stuehr, her husband David, and grandchildren Elizabeth, Sarah, and Matthew of Westwood, MA; son Laurence (Larry) Mongeau, his wife Heidi, and grandchild Alexandra of Byfield, MA. She was predeceased by her husband Larry, son Justin, and daughter Eileen.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 15th, 2018 at 10am at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 15 E. Main St. in Webster, MA. A reception will follow at Point Breeze Restaurant, 114 Point Breeze Rd, in Webster.

It was Peggy's explicit wish that everyone attending her memorial service come dressed in colorful, joyful attire to celebrate her memory. Remember her smile, her laughter, her kindness, her compassion, and the wonderful life that she lived.
Published in Worcester Telegram & Gazette from Sept. 10 to Sept. 11, 2018
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