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Margaret “Peggy” R. Chapman

Date of Death: May 3, 2014
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Bethel Lutheran Church
2077 N. Frederick Pike
Winchester, VA 22603
Friday 5/9, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Bethel Lutheran Church
2077 N. Frederick Pike
Winchester, VA 22603
Friday 5/9, 11:00 am

Margaret R. “Peggy” Chapman         Margaret Russell “Peggy” Vinson Chapman, 59, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Saturday, May 3, 2014, at the Winchester Medical Center.   Mrs. Chapman was born in 1954, in Danville, Kentucky, the daughter of the late James and Margaret Vinson.  She was a graduate of Winston Churchill High School, Class ofContinue Reading

Amy left a message on May 5, 2014:
We love you!
Anna Campbell left a message on May 8, 2014:
Peggy was a dynamic personality. You could not help but have fun around her. She made the most convincing gypsy. She is a wonderful woman, caring, intelligent and very open. She was one of the first people I met in Shawneeland. I am proud to call her friend.
Judy White left a message on May 7, 2014:
This world has lost an amazing woman. Deepest sympathy to her family.
Sherri Brannon left a message on May 7, 2014:
Emily, I had the blessed opportunity of knowing your mom and I know heaven just received a very special angels. You are a reflection of your mom in the way your treat people with respect and empathy. Not to mention the way you make each person feel loved. I have learned so much from being around her and will remember her always. One thing I could always count on when seeing Peggy was a big hug and smile. I love you and am truly sorry for you and your family's loss, Sherri
Patricia Blevins left a message on May 6, 2014:
I am deeply sadden that I will no longer see Peg's beautiful smile, and hear her angelic voice. One of my fondest memories was the fun we had at Cindy's shower at Peg's house. What fun and laughter we shared. I'll miss you dear friend, but there will be a day when we shall meet again. My love to Emily and all the family. May the healing love of our Lord surround you at this time.
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Chris Temple left a message on May 6, 2014:
Peggy and I met when my son Jason and her son Justin played t-ball together and we were team parents so we spent every game taking care of the boys and watching the games together who would of guess that years later my son and her daughter would become husband and wife so I guess we have had many years of memories together. she was always a special lady and she will be missed but never forgotten. Lots of love and prayers to the family love you all
Kristy Leckliter left a message on May 5, 2014:
My heart aches for your family. Peggy was a one of kind woman and of of the best mothers out there, she will be deeply missed.
Jean Ruiz left a message on May 5, 2014:
Emily, and family.....I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a beautiful and compassionate human being...a friend, a kindred Spirit. She'll always live within you Emily, and surround you with love. May you find peace in your memories of her. jean
Sara Gray left a message on May 5, 2014:
Peggy was a woman full of so much faith and strength. She had a beautiful smile and contagious laugh. I send prayers, love and hugs. I always find this quote comforting, it's from an old irish headstone, "Death leave a heartache no one can heal, loves leaves a memory no one can steal.
Amy left a message on May 5, 2014:
We love you! The Chapman's
Bonnie Barr left a message on May 9, 2014:
Peggy and I met over 30 years ago when we lived in Shawneeland. We were both young mom's in our 20's and eventually single parents, me with my son Adam, and Peggy of course, with Emily. Both beautiful little blonde children. We would take turns keeping the kids and when out in public, we'd always get compliments on our beautiful children and we'd just laugh and say 'thank you'! Sometimes people even thought they were twins. She was always happy to claim Adam as I was to claim Emily as my own. I remember when she told me about this cute guy Mike she was going to go out with. Marrying Mike expanded her family and I never saw her so happy. I know her family is going to miss her so much and my heart is so sad for them. Peggy was such a free spirit, she had the most incredible laugh, and the biggest smile. I never saw her in a bad mood, and I never heard her question why things in life happened as they did. Not when her house burned down. Not when her illness became worse. She was my artsy friend, she saw things differently, she was so positive and so much fun just to be around. Most of all, I will remember her as an incredible, proud, and loving mother and grandmother. I will miss you Peggy, but I know you are part of the universe now, and we who loved you on earth will continue to love you and see you in new ways. Take care, my friend... I love you - Bonnie
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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