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Peggy Anne Waddell

October 24, 1947 June 29, 2019
Peggy Anne Waddell
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With great sadness we announce the passing of our loving and devoted mother, Peggy Anne Waddell. She was born October 24, 1947 in Texarkana, Arkansas to the late George William and Mildred Louise (Bowman) Waddell. After many months of illness, she entered Heaven’s gate on June 29, 2019 while surrounded by all her children.

In her prime, you would find Peggy in the kitchen teaching each of her children and grandchildren the secrets of her amazing recipes. As a loving mother, nana, sister, and friend, mama shared her love of cooking with not only her family but also made sure each holiday included a feast to bring all her loved ones and friends under one roof to enjoy. She treasured every moment spent with family and friends.

Until her health condition made it impossible, Peggy loved tending to her garden and her beautiful roses. Her love of nature always drew her outside to sit and admire the hummingbirds as they fed, listen to her wind chimes in the breeze, and extend an invitation to anyone who visited to sit awhile with her on the front porch.

Many knew Peggy by her witty sense of humor, feisty character, and ability to crack up an entire room just by the raise of her eyebrow. But, as her children, we witnessed the strength she demonstrated as an example to never give up. We saw the fierceness of her unconditional love. We felt the gentleness of her hugs and kisses and the pride she held for each of us.

Peggy is the dear sister of Linda Langdon and husband, Dean, of Genoa, Arkansas, David Waddell and wife, Jan, of Texarkana, Arkansas, and the late Paul Waddell of Texarkana, Arkansas, as well as the aunt to many nieces and nephews.

Her legacy of love will be continued by her daughters, Robin Lozano and April Wiyrick of Mountain Grove, Missouri, and her son, Ervey J. Fernandez II and wife, Diana, of Hutto, Texas. She will be remembered as Nana by ten grandchildren, Christopher, Kare, Monica, Audrianna, Shelby, Ervey III, Leandra, Daniel, David, and Aleah, and seven great-grandchildren, Payson, Trey, Brentley, Savannah, Bowen, Peyton, and baby Sigman.

Peggy will be dearly missed and forever in our hearts.

In lieu of flowers, Peggy’s family requests donations be made to her monument fund, in care of the funeral home.


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Previous Events

Visitation

Wednesday

3

Jul

6:00 PM 7/3/2019 6:00:00 PM - 8:00 PM 7/3/2019 8:00:00 PM
Craig-Hurtt Funeral Home

315 N Main St
Mountain Grove, MO 65711

Craig-Hurtt Funeral Home
315 N Main St Mountain Grove 65711 MO
United States

Funeral Service

Friday

5

Jul

3:00 PM 7/5/2019 3:00:00 PM
Craig-Hurtt Funeral Home

315 N Main St
Mountain Grove, MO 65711

Craig-Hurtt Funeral Home
315 N Main St Mountain Grove 65711 MO
United States

Committal Service

Saturday

6

Jul

2:00 PM 7/6/2019 2:00:00 PM
Wilton First Baptist Church

Main St.
Wilton, Arkansas 71865

Wilton First Baptist Church
Main St. Wilton 71865 Arkansas
United States

Cemetery Details

Location

Wilton Cemetery Final Resting Place

Hwy 71
Wilton, AR 71865

Hwy 71 Wilton 71865 AR
United States

Memorial Contribution

Peggy Waddell Monument Fund

Contributions may be made in care of the funeral home.
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