December 27, 1940 – August 5, 2019
Peggy Sue "Miller" Earnheart, 78, passed away peacefully on August 5, 2019, surrounded by her family.
Peggy was a one of a kind Wife, Mother, Granny Peg and Friend.
She was born December 27, 1940 in Hickory North Carolina. She was the daughter of the late Russell and Ruth Miller. Peggy was a graduate of Harding High School and was employed as a lab technician at Cone Mills in Pineville North Carolina for over 25 years. She later retired from DuPont.
She was a member of the Red Fez Lady Auxiliary Camelettes of the Red Fez Shrine Club. She enjoyed spending time with her family. Peggy loved everything to do with water. She lived on Lake Wylie and visited the beach regularly. Her favorite pastimes were traveling, dancing, playing bingo and ramblin!
Peggy is survived by her husband and best friend of sixty one years Donald B. Earnheart, her sisters Vondetta Thompson, Libby Baker, and sister-in-law Janet Friedman. Her three children Beth Young (husband Bill), Staci Chaney (husband David), Stephen Earnheart (wife Laurie). Her grandchildren Blake and Steven Young, Justin Brown, Sara and Kristi Shunkwiler, Caroline and Luke Earnheart. Her great grandchildren Ayden Shrack and Mason Bennett. She was proceeded in death by her brother Johnny Miller.
As she always said......"Be good or be good at it"......."I'm outta here!"
Visitation will be held at McEwen Pineville Chapel, 10500 Park Rd., Charlotte, NC 28210 on Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 4 - 7 pm.
A private memorial will be held for the family at a later date.
Online condolences may be shared at www.mcewenpinevillechapel.com.
- Visitation Thursday, August 8, 2019
Cliff and Linda Cole
August 17, 2019
We were very saddened when we heard Peggy passed on. Both Donald and Peggy have been special friends to us for the last 20 years. Peggy's humor made everyone enjoy themselves; she was a wonderful person.
We know she loved her dogs and our little "Jack" is a precious reminder from the day she brought him to our home 13 years ago.
Peggy will always be remembered, loved and cherished.
August 17, 2019
Sorry for your loss!
August 15, 2019
Donald I am sorry to hear of your loss. I met Peggy through my late my boyfriend Garry Earnheart she was a great lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Anne & Tommy Miller
August 10, 2019
So sorry for your loss. Our love and sympathy to you. Fond memories make us smile for sure. Loved seeing you at Oak Island and all the other places. Love to you...
August 9, 2019
Don and family I am so sorry to hear about Peggy. Peggy was one of a kind and very special person. I have never met anyone who was so out going and lots of fun to be with. The boat trips and times at the club and on our fish camp runs were great. Peggy will surely be missed. Donna and I thought the world of her and you both. Prayers for you and the family.
August 8, 2019
Thanks for the endless memories. Parties at the Fez, trips to the mountains, the beach, numerous boat trips and through the locks, our honeymoon to the Cayman Islands, maybe just a boat ride down the river, and if we could find the time, we might even sneak in a one eyed sandwich at the river cabin... just to name a few.
Peggy will be missed. Until we meet again.
Love, Jim and Cindy
August 7, 2019
Peggy was a devoted member of the Red Fez Club Camelettes. She helped to raise money for the children’s hospital. Such a sunny out look. We will miss her. Becky Beckham
brenda lee smith
August 7, 2019
Donald and Family, how can I ever put in 2000 words all the memories Nicky and myself shared with Peggy Poo and you and your family over the last 40 years. We created things that never before had existed and what fun we had and Love we shared and the memories will live on with you. Peggy was a wonderful mother, wife, friend, grandmother and her legacy will live on. You both were like family to us and my love for you all will continue. R.I.P. Peggy, the Captain will await you at heavens gate. May God give you and your family comfort and peace in the coming days knowing the Love of Your Life is not suffering. Love you all, Brenda Lee