Peggy Snyder Whitlow

August 25, 1948January 29, 2013

Peggy Snyder Whitlow, 64, a resident of Stokesdale died Tuesday January 29, 2013. Mrs. Whitlow was born in Greensboro on August 25, 1948 the daughter of Arvis Arthur and Ruby Barbie Snyder. For many years she was a beautician and later became a certified Day Care Teacher. She was married to Donald Wayne Whitlow, Sr. who preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by her parents; an infant son; two grandchildren, Michael Allen Horne and Anthony Alan-Wayne McCoy and two siblings, Barbara Snyder and Charles Snyder. Surviving are three daughters, Jennifer Whitlow McCoy and husband Steve of Eden, Stacy Whitlow Riley and husband Gary of Eden, Jessica Diane Pardue and husband Eric of Stokesdale; one son, Donald Wayne Whitlow, Jr. and wife Wendy of McLeansville; nine grandchildren, Casey Whitlow, Donald Wayne Whitlow, III, Lisa Bates, Tabitha Johnson, Courtney Riley, Wesley Riley, Victoria Riley, Adam Jessie, Jacob Pardue and two nieces and one nephew. Graveside services will be held Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at Guilford Memorial Park. Mrs. Whitlow will remain at the Hanes-Lineberry Funeral Home Sedgefield Chapel where the family will receive friends on Sunday from 1:00 p.m. until service time.


  • Graveside Services Sunday, February 3, 2013
  • Visitation Sunday, February 3, 2013

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Jennifer McCoy

January 17, 2014

Mom I miss you so much and I wish everyday that you were here with me. My heart is so empty without you and their are so many things that I need you for. I just want you to know the most that I will always love and miss you and you will never be forgotten and now you have Stacy so now I really feel empty but I will need both of your help to get thru this so please never leave me. I love you both very much and give dad a great big hug for me and tell my son that mommy loves him very much. Love you always Jennifer!!!

Don Whitlow

February 9, 2013

There are no words that can explain the pain and the hole left in my heart in losing my mother that will never heal. Thank you to all that left the heart felt messages about the experiences they had with her. The world was a much better place with you in it Mom, and I will miss you with all my heart until my last breath at which time I will be reunited with you and Dad again. Your Son Donald Wayne Whitlow Jr.

Heather Vicks

February 4, 2013


I am praying for you and your family. Please let me know if you need anything.


February 1, 2013

Stacey, Jennifer and Jessica -- I'm so sorry for you loss.

David Nelson

February 1, 2013

This really makes me sad. Peggys' son Don and I have known each other almost 30 years and I've always thought of all of the Whitlow's as a second family. Peggy always treated me like one of the family, even when Don and I would get in trouble for doing the stupid things teenage boys do. She was a wonderful person and a classy lady. She will be missed by all that were lucky enough to know her and her family. I offer my deepest sympathy to Don, Stacy, Jennifer, and Jessica.

Bobbi Dalton

February 1, 2013

Your mom was a very sweet lady.She will be missed.

February 1, 2013

Chrissy Morton

February 1, 2013

I will miss our talks. Love you Momma.

Heather Cooke

February 1, 2013

Peggy was one of the most loving, caring, warm and comforting people I have ever met.

Her daughter Jessica and I met when we were 12 years old and that's when I met Peggy for the first time. She was always there for our good times, hard times, dumb teenage years and just plain being goofy teenage girls.

We tried to pull some over on her, but it didn't work. I used to spend the night with Jess and us three ladies would eat a bunch of junk food, watch chick flicks and crash in Peggy's big king size bed. I used to love going to Jessica's and having long talks at the kitchen table with Peggy and her. We always had fun together.

Peggy always had the most positive attitude. You could always count on her to bring optimism and sunshine on bad things that were happening in your life. She always knew what to say and how to react.

She loved her family very much and she was never shy about showing it. Peggy was always my second mom and I loved her and will miss her terribly.

My deepest sympathy, love and warm thoughts go out to her family.