Margaret O. Brown Lattimore

July 8, 1945March 5, 2018
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Margaret O. Brown Lattimore was a beloved wife, sister, sister-in-law, aunt and friend to many people who were blessed to have had her in their lives. She had a strong biblical spirit, love for people and touched everyone she met. She could light up a room with her smile and her laughter. She was known by many for her caring spirit and kindness.

Peggy went to work for AT&T after graduation. She worked in New York City at Con Edison for over 25 years until she retired.

Upon her marriage to John A. Lattimore, she was a devoted and lovely wife. Peggy was a friend to all that met her and a wonderful aunt to all her nieces and nephews, as well as family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband John Lattimore, Margaret is survived by her nieces, god-children, nephews and, sister in laws and friends.


  • Visitation Tuesday, March 13, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Margaret O. Brown Lattimore

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Zoe Miles

March 21, 2018

My condolences to the family on the loss of your loved one. Losing someone you love is truly difficult and I know Peggy will be missed. Please know our Heavenly Father holds out promises that can help us with our sorrow. One such promise is that death soon will be done away with forever (Revelation 21:4) and another promise is that "there is going to be a resurrection." (Acts 24:15) I pray these promises from God, who cannot lie, (Titus 1:2) bring you comfort.

Florence Albury

March 12, 2018

What a beautiful picture reflecting your amazing smile~ I can feel that you ae pleased, knowing how so many cared, which is viewable in the many pictures of your journey.

But, GOD saw .. that you were tired.. GOD knew you needed peaceful rest.. and GOD'S will has been done.~ As for me, you have left fond memories and fullness~ We have been gifted with treasures, and timeless friendship, but still, wanted to point out how much I admired your dedication as part of The Ushering and Greeting Ministry at " Calvary Baptist Church in Bronx, New York." There are many more occasions, not enough room to write all of your talents and accomplishments~ I simply know you've reached out and cared for many. This was one of the most genuine virtues . . "Your Mothering Gestures"...

John & Jeanne Scanlon

March 12, 2018

About 10 or 12 couples went to a Broadway show called "Five Guys Named Moe"
and since it was a musical they wanted audience participation. It was mostly singing and dancing in your seat. Well, then they wanted to start a Conga line with the actors actresses and the audience. There were two volunteers from our group. Myself and Peggy. Well, we danced thru the whole theater and right up across the stage. I thought John and my wife Jeanne were going to bust a gut laughing and cheering. We have had some great memories together as well as a lasting friendship. Margaret Olivia "Peggy" Brown Lattimore we will miss you and your kind and thoughtful way.
You are in heaven now probably making John something to eat. God bless you.

florence Albury(Davis)

March 10, 2018

My dearest and closest friend relative..." We have shared a lifetime together,, that NO ONE could ever erase. I've known you since we little girls.. growing up, we did church every Saturday with Aunt Louise.. remembering the peanut butter sandwiches, bananas, and hot chocolate!" The bazooka bubble gum Uncle Frank would bring to us after he came from work!" Our lives' on 116th St. Rudy and Bernice's store.. How we loved to be together and call ourselves "Sisters" You were always there and after your marriage to John, you both continued to be close .. even closer than my own siblings! You always had a way of mothering... protecting, you are strong.
I never forget our "special years, Cemented in my Soul, spoken and Unspoken, until we meet again! Rest in Perfect Power, no more pain, anxiety and problems. All is GLORY.. All Is GOD~ I thank him for placing you in my life~ I love you to infinity and beyond! Florence Albury