Peggy Miramon Duplantier

June 22, 1959February 3, 2019
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Peggy Miramon Duplantier passed away on Sunday, February 3, 2019. She was 59 years old. Beloved wife of Chris Duplantier of 18 years. Step-mother of Justin Duplantier and step-grandmother of Samara Duplantier. Daughter of Bernard Miramon Sr. and the late Joan Hartdegen Miramon. Sister of Paula Huff (the late Paul), Penny Vicari (Jake), Bernard Miramon Jr., and the late Pamela Michel. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Peggy was a native of New Orleans and graduated from Abramson High School. She was a transportation supervisor that supported the convention and tourism industry in New Orleans, where she was affectionately known as the "Bus Lady". Peggy was dearly loved and never met a stranger. She will be greatly missed by many. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass at LEITZ-EAGAN Metairie, 4747 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, on Tuesday afternoon, February 12, 2019 at 1:00. Visitation will begin at 11:00 in the morning. An online guestbook is available at


  • Chris Duplantier, Husband
  • Justin Duplantier, Step-son
  • Samara Duplantier, Step-grandchild
  • Bernard Miramon Sr., Father
  • Joan Hartdegen Miramon, Mother
  • Paula Huff, Sister
  • Paul Huff, Brother-in-law
  • Penny Vicari, Sister
  • Jake Vicari, Brother-in-law
  • Bernard Miramon Jr., Brother
  • Pamela Michel, Sister
  • Also survived by many nieces and nephews.


  • Visitation Tuesday, February 12, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Peggy Miramon Duplantier

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Jack McGuire

February 15, 2019

Whether it was in Philadelphia, Orlando, DC, or right here in New Orleans, Peggy was always a delight to work with. Always took her work seriously, but never herself, her smile, humor and charm and brought joy to everyone she encountered. Requiescat in pace, my friend.

Julie Miramon Knight

February 11, 2019

I am saddened by the loss of my cousin. Peggy always brought light and positive energy to a room. As a younger girl I always remember her beauty as if a princess just came into the room to visit with you and she visited with everyone equally. I miss her energy and beauty the most. My prayers go out to all her immediate family, friends and love ones. Julie Miramon Knight

Christa Harris-Someillan

February 11, 2019

Always happy and full of life! I could always count on Peggy to make me laugh when I called her even on the worst of days. She will always be remembered for her wonderful soul, smile and honesty. We were blessed to have her here!
My heart goes out to her loved ones and close friends, she will be dearly missed.

Paula Miramon Huff

February 8, 2019

Peggy was a very special sister and friend. We shared bedrooms and bonded from childhood. She was a generous, kind, wonderful and loving person. I will miss her dearly.

Ruthie Smith

February 7, 2019

This is a beautiful picture of Peggy all dolled up at a wedding. She's was always beautiful yet when I think of Peggy I remember her smile & her energy. She was always busy, busy, busy. She wouldn't sit still, but she could carry on a conversation no matter what else she was doing. The first time I met her was at family gathering in Florida & I just remember her being busy in the kitchen & talking a mile a minute. She made me feel so comfortable and part of the family. I also loved her accent, as I'm a Texas girl. The last time we were together was at Chris & Peggy's home. We were visiting there and she was busy in the kitchen making sure everyone had coffee and something to eat as she visited and laughed with us. I'll miss her smile and her energy.
Love and prayers, Ruthie

Sharon Reuther

February 7, 2019

Peggy was the Best! Always upbeat and smiling......a leader in her field!

When you hired Peggy to handle a group, you knew it would be handled in a professional manner with her special style and all would be happy!

Just wish we would have had the opportunity to work with her more often in the last few years! Time goes so quickly and we think there is time but she left us quickly and way, way too young!

God Bless you and will miss you our beautiful friend!

Sharon and Doug

John Iennusa,Sr.

February 7, 2019

I am very sorry to see that Peggy has passed. We worked on various jobs together and it was a pleasure being associated with her. To her family my sympathy is with you since losing a love can be very painful as I just lost my spouse after 57 years of being together. My prayers will be with you.

Sandra Ducatel

February 5, 2019

I have many fond memories of Peggy from my younger days in the East. We had lots of good times hanging out and having fun. I often think of those times and will now cherish them forever.
My deepest condolences to all of Peggy’s family and may the memories you have of her bring you some peace. Remember those we truly love live on in our hearts and through the memories.
Rest In Peace my long lost friend

Sandra Ducatel

February 5, 2019

I have many fond memories of Peggy from our younger days growing up in the East. We had a lot of good times hanging out and having fun while creating memories that I will now cherish.
My deepest condolence to all of Peggy's family. May you find some peace through the memories you have of her because those we love live on in our hearts and through the memories.

Rest in peace my long lost friend. Sandy Ducatel

Kathleen Yetta-Hooks

February 5, 2019

I have such beautiful memories of your amazing personality & smile . You were the sunshine of every party growing up! I am so glad we were able to connect a few times over the years . I will cherish the laughs we shared from growing up in grammar school and our memories together. We may have not seen each other often, but when we did was like we never missed a beat. I am so grateful you texted me a couple of months ago to say hi!! My thoughts and prayers to the entire family. See you again my friend!!