Dorothy Warner Pegram

June 6, 1922February 8, 2018

Sarah Dorothy “Dot” Warner Pegram—June 6,1922- February 8, 2018

Dot Pegram (95) passed away February 8, 2018 at the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. She was born in Clemmons, NC. She was preceded in death by her husband Joseph W. Pegram, her parents Clifton D and Lula E. Warner, two sisters-Pansy W. Tuttle and Josephine W. Young and two brothers-James Warner and Vernon Warner. Mrs. Pregram was a member at the Warner’s Chapel Church of Christ. She was employed at R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in the Prince Albert Department. She is survived by her children-Mark Pregram (Patricia) of Winston Salem and Linda Jones (Keith) of Ararat, NC. Two grandsons- Nicholas Shore (Mary Frances) of Raleigh and Jeremy Jones of Lewisville. Three great-grandchildren-Zoe, Tovah and Alex Shore of Raleigh. Two sister-in-laws- Marie T. Pegram and Betty Lou E Warner and one brother –in-law-Arthur Redding.

Service will be held at Frank Vogler & Sons in Clemmons at 3pm, February 12.2018 with visitation 1hour prior to the service. Interment will be at Warner’s Chapel Church of Christ on Lasater Road. In Lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home of Winston Salem. Frank Vogler & Sons 2849 Middlebrook Dr. Clemmons NC 27012.


  • Funeral Service Monday, February 12, 2018

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Marcia (Doub) Holt

February 12, 2018

Linda, Mark, & Family: I have numerous memories of your Mom, but one thing stands out: She was always kind, sweet, smiling, and a genuine example of a happy Christian! Even though I lived out of state, on the rare occasions over the years we saw one another, she went out of her way to talk with me with her sweet smile. She and your Dad will always be remembered fondly. My deepest sympathy for your loss. You are in my heart and prayers.

David & Donna Cook

February 11, 2018

Linda, we are so sorry to learn of your mom's passing. We are praying for you and your family.

Tim & Karen Young

February 11, 2018

Dot was a wonderful, genuine lady. And she set the standard on Red Velvet cakes. JW, her parents and siblings are rejoicing as she gets to reunite w/ them in Heaven. She leaves behind 2 fine children, now adults, in Mark & Linda. Job well done!

Beverly Barber

February 11, 2018

Linda and Mark, just this morning read about Dot. Even though I have not seen her in many years, I have fond memories of her laugh, honesty and wit. She was truly one of my favorite people. Always friendly, she acted as though she was so glad to see you. I have a great picture of her made at Grandma's last birthday. I am so sorry for the loss of such a strong, loving woman. Again I am sorry to say we just learned of her passing today. All of you will be in our prayers. Beverly Barber

Robin Simmons

February 11, 2018

Dear Linda and Keith and family, you are in our prayers. Our love, Irene and Robin Simmons

February 10, 2018

Mark and Linda and your families, your Mom, "Dot Dot" has completed her journey. She and JW were such faithful Christians and so much a part of Warner's Chapel. And we're so glad they were a part of our family, too. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during your loss. May God provide the comfort and peace you need. With love, the family of Tom and Edna Binkley: Tom Binkley, Leona B. Carruth, Lydia B. Wright and Laura Jackson, Eddie, and Kaleb

Luann Vanhoy

February 10, 2018

Aunt Dot was very special to me. I have memories of watching her make her red velvet cakes, showing me her quilts, calling me Liz and so many others. She also did things for me like making a lemon meringue pie just cause I wanted one and going to buy Elton John tickets for me before they sold out. Family was important to her and she showed that to all of us everytime we saw her. And she made us laugh. I will truly miss her.