Peggy Clare Satterfield

Peggy Clare Satterfield, 71, passed away November 18, 2008 at a local nursing center. Her ashes will be buried in the China Spring Cemetery, China Spring, Texas, with a graveside service for immediate family. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, November 22, 2008, at 11:00 a.m., with reception to follow at the Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel, 5201 Steinbeck Bend, Waco, Texas, with Dr. David Shuttlesworth officiating. Thoughts and memories may be shared on the online Guest Book at www.LakeShoreFuneralHome.com.

Peggy Clare was born February 22, 1937, in Nueces County, Texas, to C. C.

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  1. Dear Louis,

    My sincere condolences to you and Clare during this difficult time. While I know you are mourning the loss of your beloved, I also know that you are rejoicing in her peace and eternal life. I pray the Lord will comfort you and Clare during this time. May God Bless you both!

  2. Andy and Kathy Trimble

    Dear, Dear Ones-Louis, Claire, Rob, Joseph and Elizabeth- You are all so special and light our lives! Your mom, Peggy, was so special to meet and her many accomplishments so phenominal, but knowing you guys let us already know how very special she was! Looking forward to visiting more with her on the other side! May He bless you all in innumerable ways and comfort you with the wonderful thoughts and memories of your beloved Peggy!

  3. Barbara Swan Barrow

    I’m so sorry to hear about Peggy Clare. I have some wonderful memories of her when we were in high school and Rainbow girls and Sunday School classes together. She was always such a prop[er lady. I know what you have been through with the Alzheimer’s as my Dad was sick with it for nearly 10 years before he passed away. It is a terrible disease that affects everyone around the person who has to suffer through it. My prayers and thoughts are with you, Clare and her family.

    Barbara

  4. Louis, the blessing of Peggy on your life and the lives of your family and so very many others will endure through your memories and the tangible mark of love that she has left behind. Peggy is at peace in the Lord and that is our assurance in this time of loss. You will be re-united and in that knowledge you can take a wonderful comfort. Your friend, Brad

  5. C. Bruce & Gloria Stratton

    Louis, Gloria and I saw Peggy’s obituary in the Vindicator. I have many wonderful thoughts of our friendship while you were in Liberty. Our prayers are with you and your family.

  6. Dolores Parrish Rice

    Rest in peace, dear friend. My thoughts are with you, Louis and your family. I would be there if at all possible.

    Dolores Rice

  7. Don and Doris Bearden

    Dear Louis and family,
    May God’s strength and grace be real to you in this time of loss and gried. We will pray for you. Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.

    In Christ, Don and Doris

  8. Clare- We so enjoyed the time we got to spend with your Mom. She was very special to all who knew her. As hard as it is now, we will see her again!! We will be thinking of you on Saturday. Love you – Troy and Ellen

  9. Dear Louis, Thank you again for letting me know of Peggy’s death. I was able to reach Dolores by phone and she was going to call Betty Sue and Linda. Tonight I sent a group message to the e-mail addresses I have who were in the class of 1955. I know that each one feels her loss.

    I am moved by the lovely tribute to Peggy in her biography. It has been such an honor to have known her since sixth grade, to be her friend and to have known her parents and grandmother, and then her husband and daughter.

    God Bless,

    Jeanie

  10. Joe & Gayle Bailey

    Dear Louis, Clare, & Family…We love you and are praying for you during this time and in the days ahead that our wonderful Lord will sustain you with His grace, peace, presence and with all the wonderful memories…Sincerly, Joe & Gayle

  11. It is with a sense of sadness that I have known of Peggy’s illness and now her death. "Those who live in the Lord never see each other for the last time (German Proverb)."

  12. May you celebrate with joy the life that you shared with the beautiful woman that was a mother, a wife, a friend and an amazingly accomplished elegant lady. With warm regards to all of the family that knew and loved her.

  13. Susan and Mike Allison

    Dear Louis, Clare Marie, Robert & family, we were saddened to hear of the loss of one we so admired and loved. Clare, I will always remember the special times I spent with your mother on our speech trips during your high school days. She was a dear person with a wit and generosity that I was blessed to know. You all are in our prayers, even though we cannot be with you tomorrow. Love, Susan & Mike

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