In Memory

Peggy Edmondson (Elder)

Cynthia Hauer I will always remember Peggy, and her family. She was my first friend and playmate, and lived two doors down from us. I very recently connected with her brother, Allen, but didn’t have the opportunity to contact her directly before her death. Her mother Dot was wonderful, and always made us sandwiches to watch the circus on television on Saturdays. Her dad, Ed, was such a kind man. Her grandmother lived with them and was a great lady! Many of my first memories include Peggy.

Deborah Stevens Johnson I didn’t know Peggy very well in high school. Her best friend Linda Saferight drove her to our Glass Girls of 1966 luncheons every month. We all got to know and love Peggy Edmondson Elder. She was kind and sweet and a friend to all.

Olivia Downey Peggy was a sweet girl. I grew up with her at West Lynchburg Baptist Church.

Linda Jones Peggy was a playmate and a classmate it was still in school. We spent many days riding bicycles at Lynchburg College and collecting soda bottles to cash and them in for two cents each and going to the West End Bakery or Highs ice cream store . Went many times to the family’s place which was on a lake. Glad I was able to have lunch with Peggy Linda and Diane several times when I made recent visits to Lynchburg over the last couple years.

JoAnne Dowdy So sorry to hear this news. Peggy was a very nice and sweet person. I remember her so well from elementary and high school. My heart goes out to her friends and family 🙏🙏

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03/16/19 02:36 PM #1    

Linda Spradlin (Fugleberg)

I wasn't very close to Peggy, but I remember her amazing smile.  My deepest sympathy goes to her family.   


03/17/19 10:22 AM #2    

Armond Coleman

Blessed am I to have such pleasant memories of you and the legacy of care you leave with us all. You'll be well cared for in the heaven your deserve, god has waited for so long for you return. Best wishes to all your loved ones. With warm regards I must now bid farewell as we all must do someday. Love!!  Armond Coleman, Richmond, Va.  3/17/19


03/17/19 04:28 PM #3    

Claude Wood Jr

My condolences go out to Peggys family. Our prayers are withyou...

Art Wood

03/17/19 05:33 PM #4    

Gail Floyd (Smith)

I have such fond memories of Peggy from our childhood.  Peggy was always so kind and gentle She was a friend to everyone.  At the 50th Reunion I told Peggy how I loved her beautifull red hair as a child and how pretty she was.  She was overwhelemed with emotions.  I am so sorry I did not hear about her passing until just now.  My prayers are with the family as I know they will miss her greatly.  Gail Floyd Smith




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