Margaret Joan "Peggy" Webb (November 04, 1948 - October 07, 2009)

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Margaret Joan "Peggy" Webb
  • November 04, 1948
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  • October 07, 2009

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Margaret Joan O‘Neal Webb, “Peggy”, passed away October 7, 2009 at home after a brief battle with cancer.  Peggy was born on November 4, 1948 in Detroit, MI to Albert and Virgie Chapman O’Neal.  At the age of nine her family moved to Grosse Pointe, MI where she graduated from Grosse Pointe High School in 1966.  In 1969, she married Patrick Webb, a boy she met in the seventh grade and were High School Sweethearts.  They moved to Orlando in 1969 and had two sons.  Peggy was a wonderful mother and wife and was known and loved a stranger to no one.  She was known at the “Cool Aid” kid mom as it was not unusual for 15 – 20 of her son’s friends to show up after school at their house.  Peggy still knows most of them to this day.  The family moved to New Smyrna Beach in 1990.  Peggy loved the beach and the small town lifestyle of New Smyrna.  She is survived by her loving husband of 40 years, Patrick; devoted sons, Paxton and his wife, Machelle Treat Webb and Patrick Webb, II; adored grandson, Trace Webb; brother, Albert and his wife, Phyllis Walker O’Neal, III and other family members, Cherie Chapman Phillips, Prudence Webb Billiu and her husband, Charlie, Priscilla Webb Schaupeter and her husband, Ronald and numerous nieces and nephews.  Hospice of Volusia-Flagler, 3800 Woodbriar Trail, Port Orange, FL 32129 2:00PM at Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society 1 North Causeway New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 on October 24, 2009 (map/driving directions) 1:30 PM to 2:00PM at Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society 1 North Causeway New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 on October 24, 2009 (map/driving directions)

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  1. Pat Curry says:
    24 Oct 2009
    What fond memories I have of Peggy. She was the MOM of the neighborhood and made up for some of my shortcomings as our 3 kids were very comfortable under her capable wing. Thank you Peggy, I will never forget your sparkling eyes and cheery infectious laugh.
    My deepest condolences to you Pat, Paxton and Patrick. I hope we will see you again one day.

  2. Ryan Curry Therriault says:
    24 Oct 2009
    Pat, Paxton and Patrick,
    I am so sorry I could not be there. Peggy was so imprtant to me. I loved her so much and as I write this with tears streaming down my face I am regretful that I did not see her in recent years. She was there for my birth and I will always remember her as someone who gave me advise and told me what I wanted to hear. She would do whatever it took to make us feel good. She took care of us (all the kids on the block) when we were little, and indulged us when we were teenagers. She was fun and happy and taught us to see the brighter side of life.
    My deepest condolences to you, guys. Her livelyhood will not be forgotten.
    See you soon Aunt Peggy!
    I Love you!

  3. Dawn Riley says:
    23 Oct 2009
    Uncle Pat, Patrick & Paxton - my thoughts are with you right now. I know how hard this time is and everyone is telling you it will take time before it hurts less. They are right - it is a long step by step process but don't rush just do your best at 'being'. All my love.

  4. Wayne Miller says:
    23 Oct 2009
    Please accept my sympathy, I know what you are going through.


  5. Tracie, Jason, and Charlie Walker says:
    22 Oct 2009
    Thinking of sweet memories like summer visits and lots of laughter.Sending love and prayers to all.

  6. Richard & Mary Chapman says:
    21 Oct 2009
    I remember fondly Peggy as a little girl in Michigan. Due to the death of my father we lost touch for many years but were reunited last year for a brief time. I feel very lucky to have seen her again. - Rick Chapman

    Our condolences and prayers to all of her family and friends. - Rick & Mary Chapman

  7. Prudy says:
    21 Oct 2009
    One of my favorite memories of Peggy is when she bacame a grandmother. Oh my gosh, it was the most wonderful thing in the world and Trace couldn't be any cuter, smarter or dearer. I'm so glad she had those special memories and that we shared in some of them.

    Also, one fall the Webb family came North to Michigan to visit Pat's sisters and their families. We all went north for a weekend near Petoskey. Peggy was so excited about the colored leaves and the cool air. Well, the leaves were in their glory and the drive through the tunnel of trees toward Lake Michigan were beautiful. When we arrived at the state park and got out to walk through the sand dunes toward the Lake....she wasn't so sure .. it was COLD.

    We also had some special memories at Tellico Village at Thanksgiving time with the Webb family reunions. Probably the most vivid memory was of Paxton and Patrick out on Lake Tellico in the Boston Whaler charging across the water and being as cold as they ever had been....being Floridians! They were wearing sheepskin ski caps and it was still cold.

    Thank you Peggy for making our lives richer. Love you!!!

  8. James and Sandy Treat says:
    18 Oct 2009
    Peggy, will be missed, but always in our hearts. Our prayers are with the family.
    JIm and Sandy

  9. Michelle Treat-Webb says:
    12 Oct 2009
    Life at the Beach will never be the same. We will miss you more than words can express. We love you dearly! Until we meet again; Trace asked, "Please have Grandmother build me some sandcastles in Heaven." We know you are at peace now and not suffering any longer. Love you always, Paxton, Michelle, & Trace Webb

  10. Cherie Chapman Phillips says:
    11 Oct 2009
    Dearest Pat, Paxton,Patrick,Trace,
    Peggy an "angel" here on earth! Can't remember the first time when Cuz and I met because we were 6 months apart in age. In those 60 years shared together I do know that Peggy touched everything (people, animals, plants) with LOVE and caring for others and LOVED GIVING. She never met a stranger. Pat and Peggy's
    "door" ALWAYS open...and a revolving one where friends and family of a lifetime constantly enter. The devotion of Pat, Paxton,Patrick,Trace equals the love she has for them. Each time Cuz and I talked she would share events of the day. Sometimes the pronounciation of words "bandages" (esoteric) more of those cuz... would have us laughing till you know what. Most of all she shared her deep love for each of you and the
    "adventures" of the day. Whether it was playing football inside with Trace, Micelle and Paxton's frequent visits, Patricks booming in and out to "check" on Mom and Dad, and Pat taking care of her. After all in her teens Peggy called me and said "Cuz, I met the man I am going to marry!!!" A family that is always taking care of each other AND others. Even if it meant moving, or driving, flying (not Peggy's fave thing ;-) when she got older...of miles to be "there" for others (strays cats, dogs, pigeon, people :-). Footprints in the Sand "Cuz"! Faith,Hope,and Love is what you have given each of us everyday of our lives. TY! TY to each of you for making your home a bit of heaven on earth. LOVE U SOOO! XOXOXO Cherie (Cuz)

  11. Brad Schaupeter says:
    10 Oct 2009
    Aunt Peggy was one of the coolest Aunt's a kid could have. I am full of sorrow over her loss and can only pass along my greatest condolences to her husband and Patrick and Paxton. I'm so sorry...Peggy, you will be incredibly missed.

  12. Janet (Sue) Lee says:
    10 Oct 2009
    Dearest family of Peggy,
    Sending my sympathy for you loss. Katie Spindell sent me the relationship outlined at the bottom of this e-mail.
    Mine is the same to #3, substitute Russell R. Spindel, Marvel's brother. I am his youngest daughter Janet (Sue) Spindel Lee,
    I'm less than a year older than Peggy. In reading about her I feel some connection, I too married my pre-
    high school sweetheart. We have one daughter and one grandson,he's now 18 years old. Again, I express my sorrow
    for your loss. My prayers ask that you all receive blessings on the 24th from those who come together with you to
    celebrate Peggy's life.

    1. John Randolph Spindel & Frances Catherine Kelley
    2. Enos Sylvanus Spindel, M.D.
    3. Marvel Marie Spindel
    4. Marvel Jeanne Anderson
    5. Patrick Ross Webb (brother of Prudence Webb Billiu and Priscilla Webb Schaupeter)

  13. Peggy Nicholson says:
    10 Oct 2009
    Dearest Pat, Paxton, and Patrick, You all know how much I loved Peggy and still do. When I think back when we first met, Peg used to think I was so smart - especially when I started wearing a nursing uniform. (Even tho I was only in school that didn't seem to matter.) She'd ask me just about anything, and I'd just about answer everything. Well as years went on I know that changed because I could ask her anything and she always told me just what I needed to hear. She really knew and loved me more than any friend ever could. I love her and all of you so very much. All my love, Peg

  14. Jeanne & Dan Brothers & Elaine Anderson says:
    09 Oct 2009
    Dear Pat & Family,
    We are so terribly sorry to hear of Peggy's passing as this was such a surprisesince we thought she had 'licked the cancer'. What a wonderful wife, mom and friend she has been to so many of us, always making us all feel so welcomed in coming to your home. She will be terribly missed, yet now she can rest in peace. We leave you all with this verse: 2 Corithians 1:3 "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God." We love you - Jeanne, Dan & Elaine

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