Peggy Elaine Brockington Black
May 5, 1945 – March 17, 2020
Peggy Elaine Brockington Black, age 74, of Waverly, passed away Tuesday, March 17, 2020, surrounded by her loving family.
Peggy was one of twelve children born to John Bailey Brockington, Sr. and Emma Catherine Palmer Brockington. She worked at Winn Dixie on St. Simons Island and the Knights Inn prior to her retirement. She was a member of the Darien Church of God where she enjoyed spending time with her Church family. She was a loving wife, mother, sister and nana who loved her family dearly. She will be missed by all.
In addition to her parents, Peggy was preceded in death by six siblings including an infant brother and John Bailey “Billy” Brockington, Jr., Marvin Clayton Brockington, Joseph Daniel Brockington, Sr., Troy Glenn Brockington and Katherine Loree Miller.
She is survived by her husband of 56 years, Marcus Lee Black of Waverly; two children, Patricia Elaine Chaney (Dewey) of White Oak and Marcus Lee Black, Jr. (Linda Holcombe) of Brunswick; two grand-daughters, Jessica Nicole “Nikki” Strickland (Elmer) of Waynesville and Rebecca Stout (Paul) of Jesup; a grandson, Marcus Lee Black, III (Chelsea) of Jesup; ten great-grandchildren, Joshua Alexander Strickland, Cassidy Faith Strickland, Jada Lashay Thomas and EJ Thomas Strickland, all of Waynesville and Madalyn Paige Strickland, Kylie Ann Tribout, Bentley Austin Black, Savannah Audrey Black, Paul Stout, Jr. and Annette Marie Stout, all of Jesup; three sisters, Jenny Lovell (Brian Aldridge) of Springfield, Ohio, Lucille Brant (Billy) of Woodbine and Ann McCollum of Kingsland; two brothers, Lonnie Brockington (Dot) and Roy Brockington (Sonja) both of Brunswick and several nieces and nephews.
A graveside service will be held at Horsestamp Cemetery in the near future.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Peggy Elaine Brockington Black
March 23, 2020
Marcus and Peggy are two special people I will never forget. I hold ten years of memories in their family. They hold a bond between each other than every husband and wife should envy. They’re all about family. I will treasure the special times we’ve shared. I’m sure heaven is celebrating a grand homecoming. Love you Peggy. Hope to see you again someday.
March 19, 2020
Peggy was and always will be a special part of my life. I was only seventeen when she came into our lives. We had so many treasured memories of the time we shared. I know God sent her into our lives. No other person could have loved our brother more. She loved her grandchildren and great grandchildren so much and
was always bragging about them and spoiling them. And for him, she was and will be forever his heart. He absolutely loved her with every part of his being. . and she loved him as much or more. Such a love as they shared is special. She loved God, her Family and friends. She loved their yearly vacations to the mountains, Yard Sales and we had a lot of fun together. There is just so much you could say about our brother's sweet wife. So much love and memories and I will always miss her and love her. I know she will live forever n the hearts of those who knew and loved her . Rest in Peace Peggy. , Stroll through Heaven with Jesus and enjoy your mansion. Celebrate your reunion with your family who had gone on before.. How happy they must have been to welcome you back home. Wear your crown of glory proudly for you sure deserve it for all the love and joy you gave so many here on earth. Precious Memories. We will always love you and miss you. Brenda and family..
March 18, 2020
Peggy will be missed from now until the end of time, She was a very special person to me as a Sister n law and Friend. She loved life and her family and friends.. And she loved Pepsi until she couldn't drink it no more, Always had one close by. She loved Jesus and was Ready to go home she called it, Now she's got Angel Wings flying high with her Family and Friends that was waiting for her, She was a wonderful Wife to My Brother Marcus, and A wonderful Mother to Patti and Marc, , She loved her Brothers and Sisters dearly and spoke of them often, And OOO what a Awesome Grand Mother she was as well as to the Great Grand Children, they brought her so much Joy and Love. She would do anything for anybody , My Brother Marcus found A Baby Doll to love and Cherish 56 years ago. loving her just as much her each day as if it was the first day, So much love she shared with everyone, Peggy I love you and I pray that you rest in piece, God be with All the Family and Friends. Much love From Angelia and Pineapple