Peggy Ward (30 Jul 1926 - 11 Feb 2019)

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PeggyThe Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund

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Location
Rowland's Funeral Service Chapel St Peters Road Petersfield GU32 3HX
Date
26th Feb 2019
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
Rowland's Funeral Service

In loving memory of Peggy Ward who sadly passed away on 11th February 2019.

A lovely mum, nan and great nan whose positive outlook on life and wonderful sense of humour lives on in the generations of her family.

No flowers please, but the family would welcome donations to The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.

Ann Baker wrote

So sorry to hear about Peggy, my next door neighbour and great chum for so many years. The gap in the fence was a great feature, as were the great parties and games. Courtfield Avenue was never the same, and we were glad to move when Andrew finally retired.

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Laura Baker wrote

I woke up this morning thinking about Aunty Peggy and somehow just new I would find this news today.
I loved Aunty Peggy to bits, she was my next door neighbour for so many years and I have so many fond memories of playing in her garden or seeing her snoozing on the sun lounger from across the fence! Or having a cheeky tipple with mum and dad in the afternoon (sometimes in the morning!).
She was my nan next door, thank you for all the silly memories Aunty Peggy! Love you.
So sorry for all the family. Laura Xxx

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Christopher Grigg wrote

Nanny Peggy, that photo is exactly how I remember you! I wanted to ask you how you lived so long, but I think it's from always being positive and happy. The Cinzano would have help with that but a wins a win. I'm gutted I couldn't be at your send-off, but I know you wouldn't mind as long as I'm positive and being happy. I'll miss you.

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Christopher Grigg donated £17 in memory of Peggy

Nanny Peggy, that photo of you is exactly how I remember you! I wanted to ask you how you lived so long but I think it's from always being positive and happy. Maybe Cinzano helped you with the happiness but a wins a win. I'm sorry I missed your send-off I'm more sad about missing that than anything else since I've been in Australia. I know you would not have minded though as long as I'm doing well and being happy. I'll miss you.

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Jane Davis donated £30 in memory of Peggy

RIP Peggy. The sun shone yesterday as a testament to your vibrant personality and loved by all that attended. May your smile continue throughout your family. You will certainly be missed.

With love Jane xxx

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Sam Eastwood donated £19.74 in memory of Peggy
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Julie Walker wrote

RIP Loveley lady . It was a pleasure knowing you x

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Julie Walker donated £20 in memory of Peggy

Was a pleasure knowing you x

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Aix en Provence.

Aix en Provence.

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Trouble....

Trouble....

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Maddie Ward donated £20 in memory of Peggy

I know a lot of us share the cinzano and lemonade memory so this is another totally wonderful memory I have of you Nanny Pegs. My dad would go to football on a Saturday, leaving me at Courtfield Avenue for the day. Nans way of occupying me without actually doing anything was giving me a mop and bucket, and told me to go mop the concrete in the garden. “Nanny can I please come i-” “no not yet”. I eventually would come in and nanny Peggy would cut me up a mars bar ice cream on a clear plate and then plonk me down in front of horse racing she was watching. She would then make me bet on a horse and if I got it wrong I would have to go back outside again. Thank you so much for a million and 1 amazing memories xxx

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One of my fondest memories would be playing in Nanny Peggy’s garden... this was probably post me chasing a cat / or hiding something of importance to her... (aka a red lipstick).

One of my fondest memories would be playing in Nanny Peggy’s garden... this was probably post me chasing a cat / or hiding something of importance to her... (aka a red lipstick).

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Nigel Ward donated £30 in memory of Peggy

I'll miss you. You were just like a mother to me.

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Marian Mcnair donated £30 in memory of Peggy
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Mike Warburton donated £45.21 in memory of Peggy

Thank you for your ever open door, a welcoming cuppa, a listening ear and most importantly most of Nigel’s chocolate biscuits. A truly wonderful women xxx

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Mike Warburton wrote

Thank you for your ever open door, a welcoming cuppa, a listening ear and most importantly most of Nigel’s chocolate biscuits. A truly wonderful women xxx

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