OBITUARY

Peggy Lou Alsup

March 25, 1953September 28, 2012

Peggy Lou Alsup, 59, of Calera, passed away Friday, September 28, 2012 at her home. She was born Wednesday, March 25, 1953 in Lubbock, TX to Alvin and Mary (Guffey) Styles. She attended school at Lubbock High School and went on to finish a one year bookkeeping/accounting class. She and Leon Kent Beal have been together for 38 years. Peggy was a housewife who loved holidays and cooking. She enjoyed computers, cards, and loved being with her family out of everything. She will be greatly missed and will forever be “Mom” and “MawMaw” in our eyes.

She is preceded in death by her father Alvin Styles.

Those left to honor and cherish her memory our her significant other, Leon Beal of the home, son Alvin Zachary of Texas, daughters; Mary Hiett and husband Kenneth of Texas, Misty Rendleman and husband Craig of Texas and Amy Garrett and husband Paul of Arkansas, sisters; Betty Jo Weed and husband Ira of Texas, Louise Christick and husband Jim of Michigan, Linda Bardin and husband James of Texas and Gevena Smith and husband Danny of Texas, brother Allan Styles and wife Yvonne of Texas, grandchildren; Jessica Akin and husband Dale of Texas, Brooke Hill and husband Clint of Texas, Christopher Rendleman of Texas, Jeffery Rendlman of Texas, Summer Hiett of Texas, Cody Blanton of Arkansas, and Chance Blanton of Arkansas, great-grandchildren; Kaden Moore of Texas, Christian Hill of Texas and Isabella Akin of Texas.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, October 1, 2012
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Kay DeBerry

August 15, 2012

Fae, I am so very sorry to learn of Mike's passing. He was always such a kind gentleman. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.

Carole Crawley Sattler

August 14, 2012

Dear Fae, I am so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. I have fond memories of you and Mike at the Crawley reunions. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Chris King

August 13, 2012

Oh, Fae, I am so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. I have thought of y'all often, and now wish I'd taken the time to call you more. The two of you were the BEST neighbors I could have ever asked for. Living across the street from you meant that a smiling face and kind words were only a few steps away. Please take care of yourself and know that my heart if with you and your family.

Harold Bradley

August 13, 2012

Fae, Jon and Kirk, I am sadden tonight to hear of the Passing of Mike, I was honored to have spent some time with him during our last reunion in 2011. You all have been blessed to have him wth you for so long. My Sympathy, Love and Prayers are with you all. You will have many happy memories to share with each other in the future. God Bless you all.
Harold Bradley Company C.

Beth and Jim Register

August 12, 2012

We never had the honor of meeting Mike, but heard many wonderful things about him. He was apparently a wonderful man, father, friend, and husband. As friends of Kirk, we can say that Mike raised a mighty fine son. Our hearts and prayers are with your family.

Mark Hatchel

August 12, 2012

Dear Fae, Jon, and Kirk: On behalf of the 740th Tank BN Association I would like to express that our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Mike was very helpful to us at the 740th Tank BN donating his uniform for display in our musuem. He picked it up last yeat to bring home at the request of his grandkids. We will really miss Mike and I sincerely appreciate getting to know him and his history with the BN. Please know that any of the family are welcome any time to come to one the reunions or Europe trips.- -Mark Hatchel, Son of Joe Hatchel HQ and D, Secretary -740th Tank BN Association
(817) 821-8720.

Doug and Sissy crawley

August 12, 2012

So sorry to hear about Mike. We have missed not seeing y'all at reunions. Our hearts are with your family.

FROM THE FAMILY