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Margaret Regan
  • Passed away on August 07, 2022

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Margaret Regan of The Villages, Fl (formerly Brooklyn) passed away on August 7, 2022 due to complications from a medical procedure. Peggy was born on September 28th,1948 in Brooklyn, NY to William and Alice Regan.  A beloved sister to 6 siblings, growing up in Brooklyn alongside many generations of aunts, uncles, endless cousins and wonderful friends.  Overall, Peggy was known as quiet but always kind and considerate of everyone she came to know.  If you knew her, she remembered you well and always knew your birthday.Margaret – or Peggy, as she was known to friends –  attended St. Therese of Lisieux  (Little Flower), Catherine McAuley’s, St. Mary’s School of Medical Imaging, Empire State College for Bachelors of Science and LIU for her Masters.  Her interests were in gardening, reading, people, eclectic taste in movies, decorating for the holidays and coming up with questions to drive her daughter crazy.  She was never simply your sibling or Grandma, she was also your dear friend.  As family historian, Peggy had a talent for recall of all of the warm family moments – ranging from days at Farragut pool, sandy sandwiches at coney island or what everyone wore at Linda and Michael’s party.  That was a talent that we all benefitted from, as she kept the valuable memories alive!A treasured Daughter, Sister, Mom, Aunt and much loved Grandma.  She was an amazing mom who enjoyed rainstorms and lunch downtown at the A&S Garden room.  Among her most cherished gifts received, the “Going to Grandma’s” suitcase for the start of many a special visit, countless handmade artwork and spooky halloween decorations!  As the grandma that watched Scooby do, filled the mailboxes with cards containing some Luv you $, care packages and was always happy to hear your voice on the other side of a phone call, she will be missed dearly.  Grandma Peggy shared many things with all of us, especially the confidence that we were capable of anything we set our minds to – just not how to let her go.  In recent months, everyone was aware that her Grandson was getting married in the fall (Briana and Brian) –  due to her excitement.  That was the embodiment of who Peggy was, your joy was her joy.Peggy is survived by her daughter Allison and her grandchildren Brian, Jonathan, Greg and Meredith.  In addition, her loss will be felt greatly by her siblings – Kathie, Eileen, Billy, Joseph and Maureen.  Peggy was pre-deceased by her brother Donald (the other redhead) – a FF on September 11th.  Her many nieces, nephews and cousins, were a great source of joy in all of her days.  The great nieces and nephews, were a tremendously important part of her day to day.  It is our belief that Mommy and Daddy are at the kitchen table now with Peggy and have asked Donald to put the kettle on. Patricia is grabbing the Entenmann’s from the counter and they are all sitting down to tea!Arrangements for an internment at Holy Cross Cemetery and a celebration of life will be scheduled in the coming months.  To honor Peggy, be kind to someone in your path!


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  1. Charlod Phillip lit a candle:
    18 Aug 2022
    Lit since August 18, 2022 at 8:02:03 PM

  2. Matthew Fenton & Justine Cuccia says:
    13 Aug 2022
    We had the privilege of meeting Peggy on only a handful of occasions, but even that brief exposure spoke volumes about the kind woman she was. She radiated quiet dignity and wisdom, and gloried in the presence of her daughter, Allison, and her beautiful grandchildren. Family was clearly the centerpiece of her life, and to know her at all was the understand that she found the deepest joy in watching the seeds she had planted blossom and bear magnificent fruit. Here’s hoping that she has carried that joy with her from this life into the next.

  3. Nina & Ted Gollatz says:
    12 Aug 2022
    RIP Peggy, Teddy and I wish you all peace and love at this sad time. The tribute written was beautiful, God Bless the Regan family ❤️

  4. Thomas O’Callaghan says:
    12 Aug 2022
    Such fond memories of Peggy that I’ll hold in my heart. Cousins are truly our first friends and Peggy was a dear friend to me. Sending love to all the Regans. ❤️

  5. Jean and Bill Regan says:
    12 Aug 2022
    Peggy shall be missed! She was strong and loving and no one loved turnips more than Peggy! All our love to Allison and family.

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