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Peggy Ann Westbrook

March 31, 1931November 12, 2020

Peggy Ann Westbrook was called to be with her Lord and Savior on November 12, 2020 following a brief illness of Covid. She has joined her middle son and the rest of the family in the heavens above.

Born as Peggy Ann Smith on March 31st, 1931 and raised in West Point, Mississippi, Peggy moved to Jackson in her 20’s and mothered three loving children. Throughout her years, she was described as a loving woman who was always caring and thinking of others. She touched many lives during her time on this earth while serving as the Co-Chairman of the Carnival Ball, Mississippi Arts Festival, and past President of the Jackson Junior League.

She is survived by her two sons (Alton “Skipper” Westbrook III of New Orleans and John Westbrook of San Antonio), a grandson (Nicolas Westbrook of Dallas), and a brother (Tom “Butch” Smith of Madison). Her life will be celebrated by a graveside service on November 16th, 2020 at 11:00 am at Parkway Memorial Cemetery in Ridgeland, Mississippi.

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cassandra palmer

November 18, 2020

May you rest in peace Ms.Westbrook, she was always so sweet to me while working at TNC. my condolences to her family.

Susan Hierlmeier

November 14, 2020

Peggy was a dear friend whom I met while volunteering at Nichols Center. We worked on puzzles, played Bingo and had many good talks. She loved her family always speaking highly of them. When this virus hit and I couldn’t go inside and visit, I would visit with her through her window. She was always appreciative of my visits. She will be sadly missed.

Rebecca Wilkins

November 14, 2020

I used to work at The Nichols Center as activity assistant. I love the job that I used to do helping others and caring for them. Miss Peggy Westbrook was one of my favorite residents there she definitely loved go to here preaching love going to play bingo and definitely love to get her hair done. She was the most sweetest kind hearted person you could meet always checking on you and make sure you were okay. I no longer work at The Nichols Center but she will always dearly be in my heart. Love Rebecca Wilkins.

Allora Ainsworth

November 14, 2020

She was such a sweet & loving woman. I’m gonna miss her so much. My condolences to her family who know doubt loved her. RIP

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