May 28, 1952 – April 14, 2018
Margaret ("Peggy") Marie Kline Musto, 65, passed away on Saturday, April 14th in St. Petersburg, Florida. She was the wife of Glenn Musto as well as the mother of Christopher Musto and Lauren Musto. Glenn and Peggy shared 37 years of marriage. Born in Huntington, Indiana, Peggy was the daughter of Guinevere Anne Miller Kline Schaefer and Edwin Rogers. She graduated with a Master of Science degree in Speech Pathology from the University of South Florida. Later, she built a reputation in the Tampa Bay Area as a talented interior decorator, real estate agent and home stager, and at the time of her passing was considered Pinellas County's #1 home stager. Peggy was a loving, dedicated wife and mother. She had a creative, light-hearted spirit with an inspiring, positive attitude. She was a two-time cancer survivor and dedicated much of her free time to cancer awareness and support. She also enjoyed art, restaurants, and traveling with her family to places like New York City, Paris and Ojai. She made the world a more beautiful place not only through her work and various artistic endeavors, but even more notably through the breadth and depth of her personal relationships with family and friends. She is survived by her husband, Glenn Musto, her two adult children, Christopher Musto and Lauren Musto, her daughter-in-law, Heather Musto, and her future grandson Teddy. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 21st at 2pm at the Garden of Memories Funeral Home, 4207 E. Lake Drive, Tampa, FL, 33610. Flowers may be sent to Garden of Memories.
- Glenn Musto, Husband
- Christopher Musto, Son
- Lauren Musto, Daughter
- Heather Musto, Daughter-in-law
- Teddy Musto, future Grandson
- Visitation Saturday, April 21, 2018
- Funeral Service Saturday, April 21, 2018
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April 20, 2018
My deepest sympathy.
April 18, 2018
"Peggy" was one of the nicest, most special people I have ever known. There was a time when we weren't close. Pure credit goes to Peggy for reaching out and bridging the gap between us. We were close these last couple years and enjoyed various girls nights out; mostly dinners but I do remember going out dancing as a group once, she had a ball hitting the dance floor. Peggy was a perfect example of elegance, kindness, honesty and great integrity. She taught me a lot. We did not talk every day but I miss her.
To her family she loved you each dearly and continues to be so proud of who each of you are. She will not be forgotten but more than that, I believe, she remains with you in another form ... she is just away.
Prayers & God Bless, Jan Whitlow