Margaret Keenan
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Margaret "Peggy" Keenan, 75, passed to be with God on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020. Peggy was the daughter of Clarence "Bub" Keenan and Sarah "Sally" (Sharp) Keenan; and the sister of Patricia Vaia and husband, Albert "Butch" Vaia; and aunt of Richard Vaia and his wife, Lynne, and their children, Annika and Arin Vaia, and Renee V. Thresher, husband, Scott, and their daughter, Summer Thresher. Peggy retired after 25 years from Scottdale Bank and Trust Co., located in Scottdale. She competed in various 5K and 10K races. Her greatest accomplishment was the Columbus, Ohio Marathon. Peggy volunteered for many years with Old English Sheepdogs (certified therapy dogs). She will be missed by many whose paths crossed constantly in our area. Peggy was a past matron O.E.S., and a member of Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors. Per Peggy's wishes, there will be no viewing and services will be private. VAIA FUNERAL HOME INC., 463 Athena Drive, Delmont, 724-468-1177, has been entrusted with the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Alliance of Therapy Dogs, 1919 Morrie Ave., Cheyenne, WY 82001, or by phone, 877-843-7364. To send online expressions of sympathy, obtain grief support information or directions, please visit

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Published in Tribune Review on Nov. 27, 2020.
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November 28, 2020
RIP my friend we lost a kind and good hearted person
Kathy Mertsch
November 28, 2020
I got to know Peggy when I coordinated pet therapy for a local health system. Peggy was always engaging--not only with me but with everyone she encountered on her many visits. Always working on a home project or staying active in other ways, she never failed to make her pets a priority. They adored her as much as she did them. She will most certainly be missed! RIP, Peggy!
Marilyn Daniels
November 27, 2020
Peggy and I worked together a long time ago at Southwest Bank. Working in the Audit department with Peggy was fun. I have many great memories of her and her great sense of humor. RIP Peggy...
Cheri and John Inselmini
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