In Memory

Margaret Ames

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01/01/15 08:27 AM #1    

Georgia Pontillo (Woodring)

After years of searching for her, I was saddened to see Peggy among the list of our deceased classmates.  Peggy was smart, pretty, funny and a big part of my BHS years.  RIP, old friend.  

01/02/15 02:53 PM #2    

Robert Klein

I knew PegAmes hardly at all; what I did know,Iliked,she as frirendly,approachableand intelligent.Iewas surprised she had died. I am saddened and disappointed.She would have been a reliable adult friend

07/23/15 10:23 AM #3    

Lannie M Schwable (Tonti)

This news saddened me considerably.  Peggy was one of my best friends throughout high school and we kept in touch after that.  After several years and moves we lost track of each other.  I had tried to find her before social media was available without success.  I was hoping someone at the reunion would have information about her whereabouts.  Sadly, I now know why I couldn't find her.  Does anyone have any details they could share of her final years and survivors?  Obviously, her daughter, Lauren, is a grown woman now.  Peggy had looks, intelligence, a sharp wit and a kind heart.  She is missed.


07/24/15 09:11 AM #4    

Georgia Pontillo (Woodring)

Hi Lannie,

Peggy died in hospice at age 62. I contacted her daughter via FB.  She never responded.  She apparently was involved in the ASPCA and had one granddaughter. That's all I know.  We were both very lucky to call her friend.  


07/24/15 12:19 PM #5    

Terry A Corcimiglia (Voorhees)

I connected with Peggy back in the 80's when we were both involved in Mary Kay Cosmetics.  We shared our Monday evening team meetings in Batavia.  She was known as Margaret then.  She was sharp, witty and always willing to help with projects.  After several years we went in different directions and  lost touch.  I was saddened to hear of her passing.  She was a great gal!

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