Peggy Allen Pollard
1938 - 2021
Peggy Allen Pollard
January 13, 1938 - April 24, 2021
Richmond, Kentucky - Peggy Allen Pollard, 83, formerly of Maytown (Langley) Kentucky, peacefully passed away Saturday, April 24, 2021 at home in Richmond, Kentucky. She attended the University of Kentucky for three years, Berea College where she received her bachelor's degree and Eastern Kentucky University where she received her master's degree. After she retired from several different jobs, she enjoyed serving as a volunteer for several non-profit organizations, including Hospice.
Ms. Pollard was preceded in death by her parents, George Edward and Jennie Elmeta Allen. She is survived by her four children, Mary Pollard, Ann Moore, Steven Neal, Bhana Deaver, eight grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, her brother, Steve Allen, one niece, and a special friend, George Lunceford.
A Celebration of Life will be held at Union Church in Berea, Kentucky on June 12, 2021, at 3pm. In lieu of flowers, donations to a no kill animal shelter or Hospice would be appreciated.

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Published by Lexington Herald-Leader on May 30, 2021.
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We were so sorry to hear of Peggy's passing. She was such a wonderful person, so warm and caring and so idealistic. She gave us two of our dear dogs, Django and Lily. We are glad to have known her. Please accept our sympathy. Love, Susan and Elise
Susan and Elise
July 19, 2021
Peggy Sue Allen Pollard was an advocate for better economic conditions in eastern Kentucky. She also helped students at Berea College. She was ahead of her time in women's independance and social equity. And she made people feel good.
James Cooper
June 16, 2021
Peggy was my dear aunt, and an incredibly compassionate human being. She loved animals, and took care of just about every stray that wandered into her path. She was a great cook, and made wonderful soups and fantastic pumpkin pies. She was, and is, loved very much; and will be deeply missed.
Hannah Allen
June 8, 2021
I remember when she was Peggy Sue Allen, a Maytown High School Cheerleader ,with a warm smile and a beautiful face. Later, I remember her in Lexington at her “hip”apartment. She was warm and friendly and very cool, a best personification of the times. Still later, I remember her as Peggy Pollard, living in D.C. and Virginia. I was blessed to visit and be a tiny part of the 60s scene therein...May God keep her good and precious soul close to him.
Charlene Bush
June 3, 2021
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