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Peggy Ann Baltzell

3 octobre 19514 juin 2021
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Peggy Ann Baltzell, 69 of Smiths Station, Alabama passed away June 4, 2021 at Piedmont Columbus Regional Hospital. A Celebration of Life Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 A.M. EDT, Thursday, June 10, 2021 in Lakewood Hall at Striffler-Hamby in Phenix City, AL. Burial will follow at Fort Mitchell National Cemetery. The family will receive friends Wednesday evening from 6:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. at the funeral home. Mrs. Baltzell was born October 3, 1951 in Columbus, Georgia; daughter of the late Thomas Alfie and Hazel Mae Howard Robinette. She was retired as a Correctional Officer after 20 years from the City of Columbus. She was a member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post 5228 and the CVMA Auxiliary 28-1. She loved dancing (shagging and two-stepping), she loved her Mercedes, bike riding and Alabama Football. Other than her parents, she was preceded in death by her sisters, Mary Frances "Polly" Miller, Bettye Joe Bradley and her brother, Thomas Allen Robinette. Survivors include her husband, Thomas Baltzell of Smiths Station, AL, daughters, Pam Feger (Kyle) of Midland, GA, Sonia Ann Baltzell of Valley, AL, two step-children, Joshua and Nicole of Michigan City, IN, grandchildren, Tara Scott (Matt) of Chicago, IL, Courtney Turpin of Columbus, GA, Laney Hopkins (Brad) of Columbus, GA, Kaleigh Feger of Midland, GA, Paul "David" Johnson and Dylan Baltzell both of Smiths Station, AL, Hannah Faith, Ella, and Daine Baltzell, great grandchild, Scarlett Baltzell, beloved fur babies, Misti, Belle, Harley and other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post 5228, 9810 Lee Rd. 240, Phenix City, AL 36870. To offer condolences, please visit www.shphenixcity.com

Services

  • A Visitation for Family and Friends

    mercredi, 9 juin , 2021

  • Celebration of Life Funeral Service

    jeudi, 10 juin , 2021

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Peggy Ann Baltzell

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Robert Carr

10 juin , 2021

Tom, all of your fellow comrades, in VFW District 5, were saddened to hear of the passing of your beloved wife Peggy. On behalf of all the Officers and members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States - District 5, our Prayers go out to You, your Family, and Friends and know that Peggy's service to the VFW Auxiliary will be treasured and dearly missed.

Nicole Pouncey

9 juin , 2021

I am so sorry for your lose Tom. All of them years that i work with yall for Halloween time at the VFW. I miss them time. If y'all need anything let me know. Love niki Livingston

Barbara Lloyd/Stutz

9 juin , 2021

I loved Peggy to pieces. From the first time I met her. She always had a smile and a hug. As she use to say I’m a hugger.
If you weren’t smiling when you came in you would be when you left.
She was a one of a kind lady.
Tom and family I’m so sorry for your loss.
She will be missed .

Steve & Sandra Jones

8 juin , 2021

Tom, We are so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Love, Steve & Sandra

Misty Terry Thaxton

7 juin , 2021

We are so sorry Tom. We have so many memories together. our favorite was having you and Tom at our wedding. we love yall.

Denise Bagley

7 juin , 2021

Peggy was a true humanitarian, always working for the greater good. She will be deeply missed. Condolences to her family.

Kathy and John Bragg

7 juin , 2021

John and I are so sorry to hear of Peggy's passing. She will always be remembered for the time and unconditional love she gave to the VFW 5228. She was a giving person who could always be found by Tom's side, helping someone or enjoying her friends. RIP, until we meet again.

Nita Greene

7 juin , 2021

So Very sorry to the family. I met Peggy and Tom over 20 years ago in Hawaii where we were living, Have so many memories with this sweet lady. She loved Tom and her girls dearly and her grandchildren. She was loved by so MANY people. The day after she passed, where I live was a very dark and dreary day, and the song, "Aint no sunshine whens shes gone" came to my mind. My prayers and thoughts are with her sweet family.. She will surely be missed, RIP Peggy Sue!! Love Ya!!
Nita Kaye

Sabrina "Sam" Shepherd

7 juin , 2021

So sorry to hear about the passing of such a beautiful soul. Peggy was just the life of anything. She could make the entire room brighter. Just know that we will always have the greatest memories because of her and remember "God takes his best angels first". Peace and Prayers...Sam and family

Ramona Vigen

7 juin , 2021

Peggy
You gave all the time and never asked for anything.
You loved everyone even those who lost love or love ones you were there to comfort as it should be.
You lived for everyone including most of all your family but other families especially those at the VFW your heart belonged to that place and your loving husband was always by your side as he should be.
Peggy you will be missed by all those who you loved above but now it is our turn to show you we love you too and miss you.
Your life will be celebrated by all those you love and loved. Eyes will be filled with tears and hearts broken that you are not with us anymore here but let me tell you all who knew this lady she will be with you until we meet again so until then she will still be in our hearts our memories and we will never stop loving her so I ask you all celebrate your life because she is now living, she is home and celebrating her new life until be see her again
Yes we will cry yes we mourn but you know and we all know we will see her again and she will have that smile you always seen her wear at the Gate helping you cross over and show you that live is great no pain everyone here are ready to see you again and she will be the one to want to see you first because she missed all of you as well
RIP
Peggy
Love you but will see you again and that smith

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