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Margaret "Peggy" Webster

Margaret "Peggy" (Staubley) Webster

Margaret S Webster (Peggy) 87, of Bristol passed away on Wednesday October 30, 2013 surrounded by her family. As a young woman, Peggy enlisted and served in the U S Navy WAVE program. She later married her husband Laurence (Larry)  and they raised their children together until his death in 1980. After retiring from a long employment at General Motors, she spent many years in the Fort Pierce area  of Florida, where she was very active in her church.

In addition to her husband, Peggy was predeceased by her parents, George Staubley and Agnes (Doucet)  Staubley, a brother George Staubley, a sister Marjorie Winters, her son Gary Webster, and her grandson Jamie Curtis.

Peggy leaves behind her children, Jack, Karen, Debby, Larry and his wife Diane, and Dorian and her husband Evan along with 11 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and 1 great , great,  grand child.


Her family would like to express their most sincere thanks for the love and compassionate care provided by the staff at Ingraham Manor. There will be a private family ceremony at a later date. Funeral arrangements are  being provided by Dunn Funeral 191 West St. Bristol.
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Guestbook

Debbie and family,
My sincere condolences.  I pray for your mom and for her family left behind.  
It's very difficult to lose a mom, I know!  May your strength come from our Lord and may He give your mom a deserving place in His kingdom.
PEACE!     LOVE!      HARMONY!
Colette from Maine

Colette Akerley Nov 5 2013 12:00 AM

My Condolence go out to the family.

Paul Bugbee Nov 5 2013 12:00 AM

I am sorry to read about the loss of your loved one.  May you find comfort in family and friends at this difficult time. The Bible gives hope that soon our Creator Jehovah God will end all suffering, sickness, pain, and death. And we have the hope of being reunited with our loved ones that have passed away. Rev 21:4-Gods promise to wipe out death and pain,  John 5:28-29-Gods promise to resurrect our dead loved ones.   There will be many of those asleep in the ground of dust who will wake up to indefinitely everlasting life on a paradise earth. Please read these scripture along with your personal copies of the bible and for more information on the hope for those we have lost in death go to jw.org.

ToniaS Nov 3 2013 12:00 AM

So sorry for your loss, to many of our friends are gone. Again sorry for your loss, your old friend John

John Clavette Nov 1 2013 12:00 AM

I will never forget all of you. I have so many great memories with your family. There are no words to describe the loss of your Mom or Dad. The hurt never goes away because we miss them every day. I got through losing my parents with a close family and good friends. Just remember all the good times that will bring a smile to your face. Love and prayers to you all.

Kimberly (Cody) Chrzanowski Nov 1 2013 12:00 AM