Margaret "Peg" Hancock
August 1, 1922 – June 2, 2019
Margaret Ann “Peg” Hancock, 96, of Connersville, died Sunday afternoon, June 2, 2019, at her residence.
Peg was born August 1, 1922 in Austin, Minnesota to Knotley Eugene and Ora Mae Davis Scott. In 1941, she graduated from Rose Creek High School in Rose Creek, Minnesota and later attended business college. Peg was employed as a secretary for the war department from 1946 to 1947 in Japan where she met her future husband, James R. Hancock during his service with the U.S. Air Force. They were married March 19, 1949 in Austin, Minnesota. Peg also worked for the Internal Revenue Service and was a supervisor at Connersville Utilities for 25 years. She had been an active member of the First United Methodist Church and was a member of the Questers Club. Peg and James enjoyed traveling to all 50 states.
Peg is survived by her children: Julie Hancock Karian, Scott Hancock and his wife Cyndy, all of Connersville; her grandchildren: Tera Dunn Saleman of Pflugerville, Texas; Robin Hancock Broughton and her husband Jason of Corpus Christi, Texas; Michael Hancock of Houston, Texas; her great-grandchildren: Mason and Sam Saleman, Karidee and Kelby Broughton, Allee Jackson, and Brian Sutton; several nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, Peg was preceded in death by her husband of 65 years; her son-in-law: Jack Karian; her sisters: Virginia Root, Della Thompson, Doris Torgerson; her brothers: Carl, Richard and David Scott.
A public Celebration of Life service will be conducted at 12 noon on Saturday July 6 at the First United Methodist Church in Connersville. Memorial contributions may be made to First United Methodist Church. Showalter Blackwell Long Funeral Home, Myers Chapel, Connersville, Is in charge of the arrangements.
First United Methodist Church
8th & Central Avenue
Margaret "Peg" Hancock
June 13, 2019
My dear Aunt Peggy will be sorely missed. I thank my cousin Julie for caring for her for so many years. Y'all had a special bond. Condolences to cousin Scott. It's so tough to lose a parent. I love my family and I loved my Aunt Peggy. Even though the miles separated us, one always understands the bond of family. For me it's very true. Blood is thicker than water. I love you Aunt Peggy. I'll miss you and will see you in heaven.
Class of 68 Connersville, IN
June 8, 2019
Julie, Please know that we are all thinking of you at this time. Your mom was a lovely lady and has lived a wonderful life. May she rest in peace. You are in our prayers.
June 6, 2019
Aunt Peggy was a classy and elegant lady. She was always dressed so stylishly. She was a beautiful loving person and was so down-to-earth.
I loved her so much and will miss her until the day that we meet again.
I hope Julie and Scott and other family members and friends will find peace and comfort in knowing that she is no longer in pain. Not only is she now able to walk upright without pain, she's able to run down the streets of gold. Who knows, she might even be chasing Uncle Jim.
Cuzin' Nancy Hancock Startup
June 4, 2019
Miss. Peg was such a classy and sweet woman. She will be missed.
Love you always,
Michael, shannon, Elaina, Jacob, and Izzy