Leak Memory Chapel

945 Lincoln Road, Montgomery, AL


Peggy Waldrop Suddath

November 3, 1955September 11, 2020

Peggy W. Suddath, 64, passed away on September 11, 2020. Peggy was predeceased by her parents and brother but survived by her sister, Debra Mavity and her husband, Doug Suddath. A celebration of her life will be held at Capitol Heights Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama on Sunday, September 20 at 2:00 pm with a visitation at 1:00 pm. This celebration will include the life of her daughter also. Cassie Jeanette Leary, 38, daughter of Doug and Peggy Suddath of Montgomery, Alabama passed away on November 1, 2019. She was surrounded by loved ones when she succumbed to kidney failure. She is survived by her father and her precious children, Alanna Leary, age 19, and Joseph Leary, age 15.

The Celebration of Life will be live streamed in real time on Facebook on Capitol Heights Baptist Church Facebook page for those far away and those with Covid 19 concerns. Online condolences for the Suddath family may be shared at: www.Leak-MC.com.


  • Benevolence Fund


  • Celebration of Life Memorial Service

    Sunday, September 20, 2020


Peggy Waldrop Suddath

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Emmett Price

September 20, 2020

Doug I am so sorry for the loss of Peggy and your daughter Cassie. I know it is hard for you but with God you can and will make it. Sorry I found this too late to be there. I have not stayed in touch and the virus has made that worse. Stay safe.

Jane Mobley

September 19, 2020

Please accept my sincere sympathy in the loss of Peggy Suddath. I knew Peggy when she married Doug Suddath. I grew up with Doug Suddath at Capitol Heights Baptist Church and knew the whole Suddath family. I also knew Peggy's daughter, Cassie. I went to her wedding. I am sorry to hear this. I did not know Cassie died last year. Please accept my prayers, love and concern during this time to the family. Please tell Doug I am praying for him. Love, Jane Adams Mobley

Rebecca Harris

September 16, 2020

Every time I think of Peggy, I see her smile and laugh. We worked together back in 1990 at Swiss Pretzel and felt an instant friendship. Even though we didn't stay close, we always loved to see each other and catch up with our children stories over the years around town. Peggy was always kind and sweet in my memory and a lot of fun to work with. She adored Cassie.

Lois Williams

September 15, 2020

Doug,I am so sorry to hear about Ms
Peggy. Praying for you and your family.

Cecilia Philyaw

September 13, 2020

Doug I’m so very sorry to hear about your loss.

Anita Jones

September 13, 2020

Doug, so sad to hear of your loss. May God’s blessing be with you and your family.


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