May 26, 1951 Inglewood Los Angeles County California, USA
Dec. 10, 2011, USA
PEGGY JEAN (GANN) APPLEBY May 26, 1951-Dec. 10, 2011
Peggy Jean (Gann) Appleby, 60, Conway, was born May 26, 1951, in Inglewood, Calif., the daughter of Herbert H. and Jean Ann Gann. She died Dec. 20, 2011,
She was saved at the age of 8 and gave her heart to Jesus and served him daily.
Her children and grandchildren were the love and joy of her life. She gave of herself to the utmost and instilled her faith and values and love to each one.
Her faith and love overflowed to everyone that she came in contact with. Her beaming smile and caring attitude was extended to her family and host of friends that she made through her life.
She truly had a servant's heart of love and compassion for all God's children. No one will forget her zeal for life and what lay over the next horizon. She said her life was full and she had no regrets — a peace that passes all understanding, because of her trust in Jesus.
She was preceded in death by daughter, Leslie Appleby Smith; her father; and grandparents.
Survivors include her mother, Jean Ann Gann; husband, Rob Appleby; son, Brian and wife, Tana; brother, Charles and wife, Sheri Gann; her grandchildren: Bailey Caye, Skylar MacKenzie and Luke Rylandar Appleby; uncle, Jerry and wife, Sonja Jack; aunts: Judy Niece and June and husband, Bob Cline; brothers-in-law: John and wife, Debra Appleby, Mike and wife, Theresa Appleby, Jim and wife, Kathy Appleby and Scott and wife, Jules Appleby; nieces: Jenifer and husband, Nate Bice, Amy and husband, Tom Sullivan, Julie and husband, Brandon Whitt, Stephanie Gann, Sara and husband, Chad Flehmer, Becky Crouch and Candice Appleby; nephews: Jimmy Appleby, Ethan Appleby and Wesley Appleby; father-in-law and wife, Robert Appleby and Gayle, and a host of cousins, friends, and brothers and sisters in Christ.
Services were 10 a.m. Dec. 13, at Day Funeral Home, Marshfield. Burial was in Gann Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Breast Cancer Foundation, Conway Library or Gann Cemetery, and left at the funeral home.
Visitation was 6 TO 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home chapel. Online condolences may be made at www.dayfh.com.