In Memory

Margaret Marsee

Margaret Marsee

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05/17/12 06:36 PM #1    

Elaine Upton (Watson)

Peggy lived on the corner of Albertson and Main Street, where the Dairy Queen is now.  I lived on Albertson street and at a young grade school age we played together endlessly.  Peggy had a Saucy Walker Doll that she got for Christmas.  She wanted me to have the same kind.  For my birthday in February, my folks got me that doll.  I still have it.

We both attended Woodward school.  We were always together in the summer.  Peggy got her first two wheel bike.  She spent the first day with her new bike teaching me how to ride it. That night when my dad got home from work, he went away again right away, he returned with my beautiful brand new two wheeler and Peggy and I rode bikes constantly all summer long. 

It was so hard to lose such a wonderful friend at such a young age.  Peggy was truly a very giving person and had a great sense of humor.

Several years ago I met Mrs. Marsee in a store.  I took her out to lunch, she was in her 90's, and she was remembering things that Peggy and I did when we played together back on Albertson Street. 

I will never forget Peggy and her family.

Elaine (Upton) Watson

05/23/12 06:03 PM #2    

Marcia Braun (Sugg)

She did have a great sense of humor!  I remember well her "baking" laugh.  I was so amazed  that she could producwe sucha sound!

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