Johnson's Funeral Home

435 West Beauregard, San Angelo, TX


Margaret Lee McMullan

May 20, 1933January 9, 2020

Peggie (Paydo) McMullan, 86, went to spend eternity with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on January 9th, 2020. A celebration of Peggie’s life will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, January 14th, at Johnson’s Funeral Home with a graveside service to follow in Fairmont Cemetery. Peggie was born on May 20th, 1933, in Cleveland, Ohio. When she was 18, she moved from Cleveland to Big Lake with her family to start a new business and fell in love with a West Texas cowboy, Johnnie McMullan. They were married on March 27th, 1953 in Big Lake and spent several years in the ranching and oilfield industries. In 1964, the family moved to Lubbock where Peggie and Johnnie attended Texas Tech University. After Johnnie graduated, they moved to the ranch near Iraan, where Peggie was devoted to being a rancher’s wife, daughter-in-law to Gramma Dear, mother, and substitute teacher. The past few years she has lived near San Angelo greatly enjoying her family and friends.

Peggie is proceeded in death by her husband, Johnnie, parents Harry and Hazel Rex, sister Patty Gentry and grandson Beau Dean McMullan. She is survived by her son Dean McMullan and wife Deb, son David McMullan and wife Mary, daughter Lee and husband Mike Kelly. Grandchildren include Erin Kelly and Samson Jackson, Jacob Kelly and wife Steely, Tate McMullan, Deak McMullan and wife Santana, Tessie and husband Blake Doyle, Lillian and husband Jess Seward, and Arlis McMullan. Great grandchildren include Quinton and Davan McMullan, Ceanna and Hardy McMullan, Davy and Milo Doyle, Cahill and Jack Lowell Seward. Special family member Kenny Bill Gage and wife Linda.

She is survived by her sister Kathy Witt and husband Billy, Debbie Pickett and husband Randall along with many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to American Junior Rodeo Association (www.ajra.org), PO Box 398 Bronte, Texas 76933 to support the scholarship fund. Family and friends may sign the online register book at www.johnsons-funeralhome.com.


  • Harry and Hazel Rex, Parents (deceased)
  • Johnnie McMullan, Husband (deceased)
  • Patty Gentry, Sister (deceased)
  • Beau Dean McMullan, Grandson (deceased)
  • Dean McMullan and wife Deb, Son
  • David McMullan and wife Mary, Son
  • Lee Ann Kelly and husband Mike, Daughter
  • Erin Kelly and Samson Jackson, Grandchild
  • Jacob Kelly and wife Steely, Grandchild
  • Tate McMullan, Grandchild
  • Deak McMullan and wife Santana, Grandchild
  • Tessie Doyle and husband Blake, Grandchild
  • Lillian Seward and husband Jess, Grandchild
  • Arlis McMullan, Grandchild
  • Quinton McMullan, Great Grandchild
  • Davan McMullan, Great Grandchild
  • Ceanna McMullan, Great Grandchild
  • Hardy McMullan, Great Grandchild
  • Davy Doyle, Great Grandchild
  • Milo Doyle, Great Grandchild
  • Cahill Seward, Great Grandchild
  • Jack Lowell Seward, Great Grandchild
  • Kathy Witt and husband Billy, Sister
  • Debbie Pickett and husband Randall, Sister
  • Kenny Bill Gage and wife Linda, Special Family Member
  • Paydo also leaves behind many nieces and nephews to cherish her memory.

  • Tate McMullan
  • Deak McMullan
  • Quinton McMullan
  • Dr. Arlis McMullan
  • Jacob Kelly
  • Blake Doyle
  • Jess Seward
  • Samson Jackson
  • Don Patton


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, January 14, 2020


Margaret Lee McMullan

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Al Bueno

January 14, 2020

WE gonna miss Peggy. Love to everyone. Al and Kathy

Richard Pfeil

January 13, 2020

Peggy was an absolute lovely person. She was always genuinely interested & personable in everyone she met. We will miss her friendly face & words on Camelot Lane & “the reception desk”!

David Stewart

January 12, 2020

I have many fond memories of Peggy and Johnny attending the Nifty 50's luncheons in San Angelo. They always brought joy to the event and shared many stories of their days in Reagan County and ranch near Iraan. They were members of the legendary ranching family of McMullans who were early settlers of west Texas. Some of their family kin whom I knew very well while growing up Reagan County in the 50's include June McMullan, Gayle McMullan, Leslie McMullan, etc. RIP Peggy and Johnny and condolences to family.

Sally Oglesby

January 11, 2020

Oh my, heartbroken to hear. She was the most wonderful lady. Growing up in that house almost every weekend in the summer was a heart full of memories I can never explain nor forget. Truly unconditional love ❤️. Peggy was quick to correct but always quick to hug and encourage. I am truly blessed by having known her. My prayers are with each you, but I know you know it’s all good! Much love your directions! 🙏🙏🙏❤️

Jackie Bob Cox

January 11, 2020

I hope I have the same outlook of life as peggy did. I have always known her but have enjoyed our visits in her later years. She was so full of life!!!! Made she have as much fun in heaven!

Ada Lee Robbins

January 11, 2020

I am so sorry for the loss of Peggy. She was beautiful inside and out. Always enjoyed our visits with her. Praying for all of you. Peggy will be missed by many but she is now with her Lord and Savior.

Gay Brooks

January 11, 2020

This precious, classy, beautiful, Godly lady was an influence on so many people’s lives. The whole family are the best and truest friends anyone could hope for! Her memory will live on thru each of her loved ones. She will be missed, but never forgotten! Prayers for comfort to her family.

Carrie Carpenter

January 11, 2020

Omg so many memories at the ranch as a young girl. Peggie was always laughing and cooked the best dinners. Most memorable was when I got a catfish bone stuck in my throat after she told us to eat slow . She told me to eat bread with fear in her eyes. I was fine of course and then we all laughed! Such fun times and my Mothers forever friend! She will be missed so much❣️