Margaret J. “Peggy” Sutor

David Peake
October 21st, 2022

  • Having grown up knowing Peggy Lou , as we used to call her, I have so many fond memories. Too many to recount. From being flower girl in her wedding to her support when we buried my mother at IvyHill, she was always a wonderful part of my life. I will miss knowing that she’s not still at The Hill in her antique filled apartment and running the treasure chest.
    A life well lived and in my heart forever ❤️

  • Laura Cornell Swalm / November 2, 2022 at 10:54 pm

    I’m so sad to hear this news. I called her my Aunt Peggy because she was one of my mother, Anne Cornell Swalm’s best friends. She was part of a group of tight friends that called themselves the Alphabet gang.
    I grew up seeing my Aunt Peggy on holidays and for cocktail parties my mother would have. My sister’s and I. kept in touch with her and would visit her at the Hill for lunch. She was always making sure we were doing well and “on the right track “ I will miss my Aunt Peggy but I know she’s in heaven reunited with her Alphabet gang friends. Sending much love to her family.
    Love Laura Swalm. .


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