Peggy W. Bogan
Peggy Wickman Bogan, 97, beloved mother and grandmother of Glenview, surrounded by loving family members, entered heaven peacefully on February 18, 2021. Devoted mother of Pamela Bogan-Boemi, Sandra Bogan, Karen Nelson (Sam) and Diane Palermo( Dan), loving grand and great grand mother of 19, aunt of many nieces and nephews, dear cousin Anna Mary Cusack, sisters-in-law Sally Jenkins and Barbara VanOrnum. Preceded in death by adored brother Bob Wickman (Betty), beloved parents Olga and Carl Eric Wickman. Peggy was a homemaker and volunteer, after owning an antique and design business on the North Shore. Always creating an environment of peace, love and laughter, meant her homes in Glenview and Lake Geneva overflowed with kids, dogs, family, friends and neighbors. Gracious, courteous, and kind throughout her life, Peggy will be remembered for her quiet, gentle manner, sensible wisdom and infectious laughter. Always loving you, we will keep our sunny sides up! Rest in peace Dear Mother. Donations in honor of Peggy Wickman Bogan may be made to Holiday Home Camp, P.O. Box 10, Williams Bay, WI 53191 or First Presbyterian Church of Evanston, 1427 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL 60201. Memorial service at later date. Internment private. For information, please contact Davenport Family Funeral Home, Lake Zurich, 847-550-4221. For online condolences please visit,

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Published by Chicago Tribune on Feb. 21, 2021.
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