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Peggy Lee (Berry) Wease

Date of Death: January 7, 2020
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Memorial contributions may be made to:

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
P.O. Box 1000
Dept. 142
Memphis, Tennessee 38148

Peggy Lee (Berry) Wease, 81, of Winchester, Virginia passed away Tuesday, January 7, 2020, at Winchester Medical Center. Mrs. Wease was born in 1938 in Pennsylvania, daughter of the late Harry and Nellie Berry. She was a homemaker, providing a warm, loving home for her husband and six children. Mrs. Wease was a member ofContinue Reading

Debbie Crowley left a message on March 20, 2020:
I’m so sorry for your loss, I’d known Peggy for almost 30 yrs. She was a sweetheart and will be very much missed.
Judith Taylor left a message on January 19, 2020:
so sorry to hear of Peggy's passing, just found out today, i hadn't talked to Peggy for a couple months, we were 2nd cousins, thoughts and prayers , she is a beautiful angel in heaven
Joyce Fuller left a message on January 13, 2020:
To The Family of Peggy's This is such a hard time to know,what to say. Peggy was such a devoted person , whatever she did and whom she knew. I remember her smile and laughter.
Lindsay Liming, Brian Stickley and Cameron & Jaden left a message on January 11, 2020:
Aunt Peggy, I am honestly at a loss for words right now. All I can say is I love you and miss you!
Ryan Smith left a message on January 10, 2020:
It is so hard to see you go. I will remember you and all the funny and kind things you did. I will take care of your sweet granddaughter and your memory will stay in our hearts. We will tell the boys about you and love them like you loved us, thank you for being the Godly person in our lives we needed. Soar high Peggy we love you. -Ryan
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Jill COLF left a message on January 10, 2020:
To Paul and Brenda and the rest of Peggy's large family, my sincerest condolences. Peggy was always, always warm, welcoming, funny and loving. A hole has been left in our neighborhood and lives. I celebrate her going to Glory, but selfishly I will miss her.
William T Faber left a message on January 10, 2020:
Grandma, my rock. I love you more than you will ever know. You were always there for me, supported me no matter the circumstances. My biggest fan, bringing me up when I was down. In good times or hard you were unwavering, fighting through your own pain for years just to keep going for your family. A huge part of my life is now missing. The phone calls in the middle of the day about nothing at all. Our back and forth picking and bantering we always did. All of the things you have taught me. The days of yard sales and sheetz chili dogs. So many stories and memories As I stood there sobbing by your bed. I watched as you sighed a breath of relief, when the pain was gone. It is the hardest thing I have been through. Even though my tears flowed and body trembled, I knew you were not going to suffer anymore. I found some peace in knowing that. I had the best grandma anyone could ever hope for. I could write a neverending book about all of the times that you showed your love to me and the stories we had. Even though you have left us you are everywhere. Last night I stared at the brightest moon I've ever seen. I knew it was because of you. I said "I know your up there grandma, I love you more than you would ever know". As those words left my lips a bright shooting star shot across the sky. It just shows that no matter the circumstances you will always show your love and I will carry you in my heart forever I love you!
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