Margaret M. "Peg" McGlory
1929 - 2021
McGlory, Margaret M. "Peg", - 91, of West Cape May, passed away January 18th 2021. Peg was born October 5th 1929 in Philadelphia, PA to Margaret Mary Konrad and Joseph Konrad. Born and raised in the Kensington neighborhood, she was a member of Visitation Parish. After completion of Junior High School, she attended St. Boniface Secretarial and Businesses School. Upon graduation she worked for the State of Pennsylvania Unemployment Office where she met the love of her life, her husband Joseph P. McGlory. They lived in Cherry Hill, NJ for 25 years where they raised their family. Peg and Joe summered at 102 Second Ave., West Cape May and retired there in 1986. They were married for 45 years. Peg was employed by Amp Corp. and Digital Corp. Her fondest years of retirement were taking care of her grandchildren, Steven and Sean. Peg was a loving mother and grandmother who liked to gather the family for dinners and events. She was a wonderful woman, admired by family and friends. Peg was a faithful parishioner of Our Lady Star Of The Sea Church, Cape May. Peg is predeceased by her husband, Joseph P. McGlory and her brother, Joseph Konrad. Peg is survived by her son, Michael K. McGlory; her daughter, Margaret M. Steger (husband, Steven R. Steger); grandsons, Sean M. Steger and Steven J. Steger (wife Holly Steger). Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, February 4th 2021 at 12:30PM in Our Lady Star Of The Sea Church, Cape May. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to St Jude Children's Research Hospital. (Spilker Funeral Home, Cape May) info and condolences:
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Published by The Press of Atlantic City on Jan. 27, 2021.
Mass of Christian Burial
Our Lady Star Of The Sea Church,
, Cape May, New Jersey
Funeral services provided by:
Spilker Funeral Home
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My condolences to my cousins for their loss. Peggy was a caring, compassionate, and generous lady. I will fondly remember how gracious she treated all of us and how she loved the italian bread we served during her visits. My parents selected Peggy to be my godmother and they picked a winner. I am proud to have been her godson and I will see the style and class with which she carried herself when I think of her.
Lenny Grasso
January 31, 2021
Our sincere condolences at this sad time for the family.
Gerry and Allyne McKeon
January 28, 2021
I am truly sorry for you loss and I will miss our long talks on just about any topic there was to talk about. She was really something.
Nedda Grasso
January 27, 2021
I am just so very sorry for your loss. Peggy was such a wonderful person and I appreciated how well she treated my mom. She was not only a first cousin to her but a dear friend as well. I enjoyed her visits and will miss her very much. May you find comfort in knowing that she is at peace in the loving arms of our Lord.
Angelo Grasso
January 27, 2021