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Peggy Ann Moore Peacock Richards

09/13/1940 - 07/21/2020

Obituary for Peggy Ann Moore Peacock Richards

Peggy Ann Richards 79, a resident of Albany, Louisiana went to her eternal home on Tuesday July 21, 2020. She leaves behind to cherish in her memories daughters Cynthia Stewart (Charles), Kimberly Jones (Chad); stepson Ricky Richards; sister Carol Stilley (Gerald); grandchildren, Wyatt Stewart (Randi), Blake and Brooke Jones, Hannah and Haley Richards; Special Friend Pete Pfiffner. Peggy proudly served her country in the United States Marine Corps, and she was a faithful and devoted member of the Albany Hungarian Presbyterian Church. Peggy never met a stranger, she was a loving and caring free spirit who loved gardening, dancing, playing pokeno with a group of special ladies, and spending time with her friends and family. She is preceded in death by her husband Butch Richards; mother Rose Moore. Services will be held Saturday July 25, 2020 at the Albany Hungarian Presbyterian Church with visitation from 9:00 am until the services at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Albany Hungarian Presbyterian Church building fund. Please share your condolences at www.sealefuneral.com.

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May God bring comfort and peace to the family. Your mother, grandmother and sister was a beautiful lady inside and out. My hearth is broken with her loss. Love Thelma
- Thelma C Hughes
Peggy oh great is our loss, always i will remember your laugh and wow your energy. There seemed to be no end helping others . We with your classmates had just had lunch only a few weeks ago laughing it is so hard to realize that you will not be sitting with us again. Our Lord has gained a very special angel.
- Mary Ellen
Mrs. Peggy brought so much happiness into my life! We were brought together through the friendship she shared with my grandfather, as well as the love we each had for our fur babies. My favorite memory of her was at my grandfather's 80th party. Him and I went to dance, and I left my glass of wine with her. After the dance was over, I went to get my wine, and my glass was completely empty. She denied telling where the wine went and began laughing so hard. I went and got a refill, and how ironic, the band started playing one of my favorite songs. As I was walking by, she stuck her hand out to hold my new refilled glass. One of the gentlemen that they dance with was sitting across the table from her. I said, "Sir, will you please hold my glass of wine, and make sure Mrs. Peggy does not get it." After dancing to the song, I went to get my glass of wine, and the gentleman had a napkin on top of it that said, "Don't drink out of this glass. She spit in it." We were laughed so hard, we cried. The world lost a very special person when she passed. My deepest condolences are with her family and friends. I am so blessed that she was a part of life. She will be truly missed!
- Amanda Swaim
First I want to say thank u for your service in usmc When we first move in the neighborhood new mrs.peggy was the first to welcome up ever since we like family was there for us at thought times could not find better friend never be another mrs.peggy for us we going miss her bad she made sure her children ok as she call us going miss her cooking especially her biscuits on Saturday morning and her phone calls always on time 7:30 each morning and not day goes by we think about her just like losing second mom think u mrs. Peggy letting having what time we had with u love u Ricky&donna RIP
- Ricky
I can't remember a day without Mrs Peggy. She was always a wonderful neighbor who loved her garden, her dogs and those around her. She raised 2 wonderful daughters in Kim and Cindy. I will miss Mrs. Peggy a lot.
- Scott
Kim, Chad, Blake and Brooke, Sending sincere sympathy, love, prayers and hugs to you at the loss of your mother and grandmother. Rest in all the warm memories.
- Steve Shelton
I first met Peggy in 1961 when she was still in the Marine Corp. through my late husband (had also been a Marine). We became fast friends and found we were living in the same neighborhood apartments. (After she left the Military, she worked at an office in Washington, DC and began riding to work with my husband, who also worked in the city). So we began sharing social evenings, had some parties (and meals together). Still enjoy her cabbage with sour cream recipe. Recall playing cards together until midnight the night I went into labor with my first baby. Also remember when Rose and Buck were there for a while, and Rose helped us with doing our hair, along with fixing some good more good food. Since we both worked full time, it was so nice to have a dinner already made for us all! Then came baby showers and newborns to keep us busy. Our lives went in different directions as we began raising families, but we always kept in touch and have continued to do so over the years - Christmas letters, phone calls, and her visits (including her visit a couple of years ago, where we actually got to visit our old neighborhood apartments much to both our delight..sharing those wonderful old memories of the times we enjoyed together. And were surprised to find they were even still there after more than 60 years!). My deepest sympathy to your wonderful daughters and families. Your mother was a very special lady whose friendship I treasured. I am very sad to have to say goodbye to my dear old friend. You may now be gone but you will never be forgotten. Rest in peace my dear. Liz Henri
- Liz Henri
Where to begin? Peggy and the family have lived next door for 45 years. She has just always been there. We would talk over the fence and listen to the dogs fuss at each other. When my own mother passed a year ago, Peggy jumped up and was there for me and mine. Kim, Cindy, I am so very very sorry for your loss. If there is anything I can do for you please don't hesitate to ask. Rick and Scott also send condolences.
- Carla

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