Peggy Widmayer

Peggy Widmayer

August 8th, 1924 - October 6th, 2020
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Peggy Ruth Widmayer, 96, passed away at her home, The Hermitage of Roanoke, on October 6, 2020.

Peggy was born in Baltimore, Maryland on August 8, 1924 to the late R. Edward Miller and Lillian E. Miller (nee Mauk). She is survived by her three children, Janet Dietz, Charles E. Bailey, and Carl W. Bailey as well as six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

She worked as a secretary for the U.S. government and later for the Balfour Ring Co. for many years. However, her free time was devoted to her beloved Mount Oak Methodist Church in Maryland where she volunteered in the kitchen, sang in the choir, and performed any other duty she could find.

Her love of travel took her to Europe, South Africa, and Australia with her daughter’s family. She also explored the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean with her late husband, Robert.

Peggy was a skilled seamstress and loved to garden. She also made the best pies ever.

Peggy was deeply religious, and she is now home in the presence of her Lord.
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Deborah Potter

Posted at 04:44pm
Deborah Potter
May 6, 2021
I will always be grateful to Peggy Widmayer for the joy she brought to my grandfather after the passing of my grandmother. She cannot imagine how blessed I felt to see him smile again. She was a fine person... I loved and respected her greatly. May her family be comforted by joyful memories.

Doug Sasser

Posted at 11:31am
Members of Northview UMC and the Journey Sunday School Class in Roanoke remember Peggy and Robert and their time here. Prayers for the family.
The Rev Doug Sasser

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