Lesley Coulton Alpert wrote on May 15, 2021
I have very fond memories of Peggy from High School as she was genuinely kind to all and joyful in the many activities in which she participated, She has my prayers for life on the other side.
ANN LEONARD wrote on April 27, 2021
Peg is already missed greatly. As a colleague, a friend, a mentor by example, a true crusader for children, Peg had a heart and soul for teaching that went deep. She made sure her students all had a chance to succeed and to "bloom where they were planted" as the saying goes. She cared for animals and took on the challenge and the cause for neutering feral cats so as to prevent disease and suffering of these creatures. She lovingly tended her horse/s. over many years. I'm happy to have known her humor, her joy in teaching, and her pleasure in being with friends at the hive. My heart goes out to her family.
Paul kelly wrote on April 24, 2021
So sorry to hear of Pegs passing. Peg was a wonderful mentor to me when I first began my teaching career and I’m not sure I would have stayed with the profession if it weren’t for our hilarious heartfelt talks. She was an excellent educator, wonderful role model, and an even more exceptional human being. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family. Paul Kelly
Nancy Rapp wrote on April 15, 2021
Farewell, dear Peggy..my classmate at RVC..my fellow cheerleader and lead in our Senior Play "Bye Bye Birdie". I always looked up to you as we all lived our lives through school. "A rose, is a rose, is a rose But I don't agree Take it from me There's one rose sweeter than any that grows!"