April 16, 1937 – April 24, 2021
Peggy Joyce Styes Greenlee (84), Prattville, Alabama, passed away April 24, 2021 after nine years battling Chronic Lymphatic Leukemia (CLL), Peggy Greenlee was healed.
Peggy loved others well. She expressed her love in servitude. Peggy served as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, friend, and aunt. As a charter member of Glynwood Baptist Church, Peggy served her church family in many ways; some known and some unknown. She served her community by volunteering at Grace Place Pregnancy Center, the Prattville Library as a story time reader, the Autauga Christmas Team, and, prior to being diagnosed with CLL, The Prattville Cancer Center. Peggy retired from the Federal Civil Service’s Office of Personnel Management as a GS12 after a 36-year career. Peggy was a blessing to all who knew her. At all times, Peggy loved and served her Lord and Savior Jesus.
Peggy is survived by her three sons Richard (Anita) Greenlee, Bob (David Renaker) Greenlee, and Randy (Kandy) Greenlee; and daughter Rhonda (Tracy) Rawls. Gran is also survived by grandchildren Misty Bone, John (Lacy) McClain, Kelsi Greenlee, Rachel (Taylor) Baxter, Steven Greenlee, Alexis Rawls, and Mikayla Rawls; and was greatGran to Katie, Anna, and Levi Bone, Easton and Evan McClain, and Flynn Baxter. Peggy is also survived by her brother Harold Eugene Styes, and a host of very special nieces and nephews.
Peggy was preceded into heaven by her parents Virgil Tucker Styes and Mary Etta Burns Styes of Epes, AL. Peggy has now joined her husband of 42 years, Richard M “Dick” Greenlee. She is also preceded by brothers, Billy Styes, Charlie Styes, James Styes, and Leon Styes; and sisters, Julia Robertson, Darriah Channell, Geraldine Styes, and Bernice Greenlee.
Pallbearers are Monty Channell, Mike Greenlee, Bill Jones, BJ Jones, Don Styes, and David Renaker. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Peggy’s beloved Glynwood Baptist Church Building Fund (376 McQueen Smith Rd N; Prattville, AL 36066)
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
April 27, 2021
I was so sorry to hear about Peggy.. it hurt my heart to know she passed.. but she’s gone home to heaven.. No more pain or suffering...
my memory of her was that she had a smile that would light up a room and she was so kind to everyone...
Her and my then mother in law where good friends ( Billie Sue Wooten) and that’s how I had the pleasure of meeting this wonderful women..
She always wanted me to bring my daughter Michelle to her house every Halloween.. she said she loved seeing our costumes.. such a sweet soul
She will truly be missed and never forgotten as long as we remember her in our hearts..
RIP sweet lady .... I will be Praying for the family.. I’m so sorry that I will be out of town and unable to come.. but she and the family are in my thoughts..
April 26, 2021
A Very Sweet Lady that was always smiling and had delicious food(a lot of it to feed to my friends-her 3 sons) that she liked to share.
April 25, 2021
We are sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Peggy. The family is in our thoughts and prayers. Joe and Ann Wooten