Frank Vogler & Sons

2849 Middlebrook Drive, Clemmons, NC


Margaret "Marge" Petersen

October 26, 1922October 31, 2019

With deep sadness, we announce the peaceful passing of Marge Petersen on October 31, 2019. She died after a brief period of declining health. A life well lived. She was born in Brooklyn, NY, October 26, 1922 and lived in Florida for the last 30 plus years prior to moving to North Carolina last year to be with her daughter and family. She was active at CARES in New Port Richey and enjoyed playing cards, making dolls for charity, and crafting with friends. She was a wonderful wife, mom, and grandma. She is preceded in death by her husband, Henry "Pete" Petersen. Marge leaves behind her three children and grandchildren: Greg (Adam), Glenn and Candy Petersen Lockwood (Lauren and Laine); along with countless family and friends. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to a charity of your choice in Marge's name.


  • Greg Petersen, Son
  • Glenn Petersen, Son
  • Candy Petersen Lockwood, Daughter
  • Marge also leaves behind her grandchildren, Adam, Lauren, and Laine.


Margaret "Marge" Petersen

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Diana Kelly

November 11, 2019

I feel blessed to have known Marge for the year that she was with Candy and Rob! She handled her last year with such dignity and grace and was a joy to be around . She didn’t lament her situation, instead she continued to be thoughtful to others. She crocheted lap throws for nursing homes and those in need. One evening she treated us to Chinese dinner and she never forgot to send a hand written thank you for the littlest kindness! Shortly before her death , I dropped off some cupcakes for her 97th birthday and sure enough I received a lovely hand written thank you! Thinking of Marge makes my heart so happy!

Ruth Ruggiero

November 9, 2019

My name is Ruth.
I am one of Aunt Marge's nieces. I've been so blessed to have had such a Wonderful person in my life.
She will be missed. But more than that will be remembered and forever in my Heart always.
RIP beautiful Lady. Your an Angel now.
Yet you were always the
Angel on Earth.
Love, Ruth Ann