Rochester: Passed away October 13, 2013 surrounded by family. Peg is survived by her loving partner Russell Crowell, daughters; Grayson Wynne Lee (Max), Pegeen Wynne Swiatek (Kenneth Baker) and grandchildren Nate Ceres (Jess), Nicole Ceres, Abbey Lee, Benjamin Swiatek (Erin) and Shannon Swiatek, extended family and friends.
The family sends out special thanks and love to Ludia, Michelle, Beverly, Karen, Kenn and Max. We also gratefully acknowledge the kindness by the nurses/ staff at VNS and The Leo Center for Caring. They made a difference in my mother’s life and we couldn’t have gotten through this without them.
Join us in celebration of Peg’s life on Saturday, November 2nd at the Legends at North Ponds, 830 Holt Road, Webster from 3-6pm, informal service 4:00PM with light refreshments to follow. If inspired, bring a photo or written memory of Peg to share.
For more information, or to sign Margaret’s online guestbook, please visit: RochesterCremation.com.
Rochester Cremation, 4044 West Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300.
I was so saddened to hear of Peggy’s passing. It was an honor and privilege to have met her and gotten to know her. I express my deepest sympathies to Gracen, Russell, and Peggy’s entire family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
It was my privilege to know Margaret (Peggy) for many years. She had a big laugh that was only surpassed by her kind heart. She was intelligent, charming, warm, articulate, and kind. I will miss her and the sparkle in her eyes. My sincere condolences to her family. May she rest in peace and rise in glory.
Peg and Russell will continue to be my touch stones… gentle, kind, strong, loving…and so joyful!
The door is round and open… Dearest Auntie, you taught me so, so much about life and love. And you continue to do so… I will keep opening to all you have to offer! Much love to my exquisitely gracious cousins and their husbands and friends, who held the space for Aunt Peg so beautifully! Peace and Love…
My thoughts and prayers go out to you Russell. Peg was a very special lady, she will indeed be missed.
Peggy, You will always be tucked away in my heart with the love, many hours of phone calls, sweet smile, laughter at the gathering of the women at the Sarmast home. I miss you Peggy. You left me with love in your heart, a laughter in your voice and a forever group of wonderful sharings during the greatest event of my adult life in Charlottesville Virginia! Heart transplant time. Tap Bob and say hello to him. You leave behind many wonderful times and memories, your sister the little “ole monster”. A
Peggy you will always be dear in my heart, I miss you still I look for your page to visit on facebook, you are remembered often, please look down and give a chuckle at our antics, love sent from below here, your sister, Adrianne
Peggy, it is time again to visit 1/16/2018, and I miss you to this day. I miss your laughter and your shopping. You food you used to cook. I think of you a lot and hope you are doing fine in the Heavens. I think about you a lot. On the one hand I am glad you are not in pain. The other hand misses you very much. Namaste dear sister, soon we wil meet again, or at least I hope so. A