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Chapel of the Valley-L.B. Hall Funeral Home

2065 Upper River Rd, Grants Pass, OR

OBITUARY

Margaret "Peggy" Prudek

January 18, 1932June 23, 2020
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Margaret "Peggy" Prudek was born on January 18, 1932 and passed away on June 23, 2020 and is under the care of Chapel of the Valley-L.B. Hall Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on July 2, 2020 at 9:00 am at Chapel of the Valley. Celebration of Life will be held on July 2, 2020 at 11:30 am at Chapel of the Valley, 2065 Upper River Rd, Grants Pass, OR.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, July 2, 2020

  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, July 2, 2020

Memories

Margaret "Peggy" Prudek

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Thomas Winden

July 2, 2020

This is from Janice Falls Winden. So many good memories of Peggy & Tony from years gone by. Peggy was the first person to show me how to steam fresh clams. She & Tony were always so kind to my children and I very much loved them for making me feel a part of their family. One of my fondest memories of Peggy was her laugh. She never giggled - she just broke loose into a big-as-life laugh. She was a great example of laughing at yourself and not taking others too seriously. Whenever we went to visit them in Santa Cruz, they always sent us home with food. I could never repay and am sorry to have lost contact over the years. Rest in Peace Peggy - you were loved by Janice & her "crew" of rugrats.

Heather (Falls) Willard

June 28, 2020

My very first memory of Aunt Peggy is of her taking me into a store, in Santa Cruz, to buy me a gingham bathing suit so I could go swimming with Colleen and Karen. I loved staying at their hill-side home, in Santa Cruz. Aunt Peggy had a gift for making children feel loved and would always take time to visit with me at family dinners. They loaned us the sweetest horse of all time, Prize. When we moved to Missouri, and were so home-sick for our California family, they made the drive to come visit us. The last time I saw Aunt Peggy, was at the ranch in Clovis. She held my daughter, Laney, for hours, while she talked and sang to her. She suddenly told Uncle Tony that we were all going to Mervyn's to buy us a baby gift (I had our baby daughter with me) and we were on the road within five minutes. We had a fun drive with Aunt Peggy giving lots of baby advice. Aunt Peggy suggested I get a little play chair, which I did. I will always remember her laughing with Uncle Tony.

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