The world has lost one of the most beautiful, loving, feisty, a force to be reckoned with, honest women on April 20, 2010. It has been a sad few weeks for the Pegler family. I know Nan is in such an amazing place right now. She is finally with my grandfather (Hunny) who passed away 32 years ago. For all of us here on earth it was a sad day, but for Nanny it was the beginning of forever with our beautiful Lord and all of her family and friends that had gone before her. I can't even imagine how unbelievable that day was for her. Nanny was 88 years old and lived a fantastic life. After my grandfather passed away she remarried years down the road. Lloyd passed away 2 years ago. She basically died of old age.
Nanny (thats what her 15 grandchildren and her 8 almost 9 great grandchildren called her) was such a fantastic grandmother and i have such wonderful memories of her. Every year we would go down to West Palm Beach and visit her for spring break. She was a fantastic cook and had one of the most beautiful houses on the St. Lucie River. We swim in her pool and went on boat rides. She would take us to the bathtub beach and we would wake up to her grandfather clock going off in the living room. I remember waking up every morning to the waves hitting the shore. Its such a warm feeling thinking about her and all the time we got to spend with her.
Nanny's mass was on Friday morning in West Palm Beach Florida and Saturday night everyone took her ashes out on the yacht to be scattered along with my Grandfather at Marker 19. Right outside the old house. It was a beautiful tribute to her and her life. We love you Nanny!
Nanny & Hunny at my Mom & Dads Wedding
The "No No" Couch and a portrait of Nan