OBITUARIO

Peggy (Stephenson) Clinton

26 enero , 194025 abril , 2021
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Peggy S. Clinton passed away on Sunday, April 25, 2021. She is preceded in death by her husband Thomas A. Clinton, daughter, Catherine Meyer, parents, Mary Louise and Samuel Gardner Stephenson and sister, Mary Anne Edwards. She is survived by her daughters, Susan Clinton, Jennifer Cathey, sons-in-law, Jim Cathey, Jeff Meyer and grandsons; Matt Meyer, Blake Meyer and wife, Elise.

Peggy was born January 26, 1940 in Bessemer, AL. From an early age, music was a major part of her life. Her piano and vocal talents were admired by many. She received her Masters Degree in music from the University of Alabama, where she met Tom Clinton. They married September 2, 1961 and moved to Mobile. She taught music for the public school system, performed in the Mobile Opera Guild, taught voice at the University of South Alabama and sang in several church choirs.

Peggy and Tom developed many lifelong friends through tennis and bridge. Peggy played bridge with the same ladies for over 50 years. They were all dear friends. They also enjoyed spending time at the beach with family and friends. They shared a love of University of Alabama football and were avid bird watchers. Everyone knew of her love for cats. Peggy had a kind and generous heart which made her a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and friend.

Servicios

  • Visitation

    jueves, 29 abril , 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    viernes, 30 abril , 2021

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Tina Foret- Harris

26 abril , 2021

I can still remember standing at the door, watching Mrs.Clinton come in. She would always say hello, and ask me how I was. I would let Susan know she was in the store. I will always cherish those memories. I will never forget her. Sending you my prayers, love , and hugs. Love you Susan!!

Ann Lawrence

26 abril , 2021

Peggy and I were friends for thirty years. We worked together at Inge, McMillan and Coley. She was a very good friend to me, I confided in her with everything in my life. She gave me advice on my marriage and the raising of my two children. Peggy and Tom were the inspiration that led to my son, Chris, starting to play tennis when he was about 12 years old. He showed an interest and they encouraged me to let him play. He played all thru high school and went to Huntington College on a tennis scholarship. He continues to play to this date in tournaments and he is 45 years of age. Both of his children are on the tennis team at their high school. Thank you Peggy and Tom for this encouragement!!! Peggy and I shared lots of fun times together and I will forever miss my Friend!! Love you Peggy❤️❤️❤️

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Biografía

Peggy S. Clinton passed away on Sunday, April 25, 2021. She is preceded in death by her husband Thomas A. Clinton, daughter, Catherine Meyer, parents, Mary Louise and Samuel Gardner Stephenson and sister, Mary Anne Edwards. She is survived by her daughters, Susan Clinton, Jennifer Cathey, sons-in-law, Jim Cathey, Jeff Meyer and grandsons; Matt Meyer, Blake Meyer and wife, Elise.

Peggy was born January 26, 1940 in Bessemer, AL. From an early age, music was a major part of her life. Her piano and vocal talents were admired by many. She received her Masters Degree in music from the University of Alabama, where she met Tom Clinton. They married September 2, 1961 and moved to Mobile. She taught music for the public school system, performed in the Mobile Opera Guild, taught voice at the University of South Alabama and sang in several church choirs.

Peggy and Tom developed many lifelong friends through tennis and bridge. Peggy played bridge with the same ladies for over 50 years. They were all dear friends. They also enjoyed spending time at the beach with family and friends. They shared a love of University of Alabama football and were avid bird watchers. Everyone knew of her love for cats. Peggy had a kind and generous heart which made her a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and friend.