Margaret Ann Cavanaugh

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Margaret Ann Cavanaugh

June 29, 1952 ~ February 19, 2015 (age 62)


GREENSBORO – Margaret Ann Cavanaugh, 62, passed away on Thursday, February 19, 2015, at Moses Cone Hospital.  Cremation services entrusted to Triad Cremation Society & Chapel.

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  • February 24, 2015
    PhyllisMcBride says:
    Over the past 10 years Peg was part of my family. I will miss her everyday of the rest of my life..Her sense of humor and kindness the most..She was at holidays. birthday parties, weddings, dinners and all special occasions...My friends were her friends..She was proud of her upbringing and talked about her love of her family....Every Saturday was college football, poetic justice that her beloved Ohio team won the national championship her last game she saw..Over the years she laughed with me over many funny everyday situations..She was at her best when trying to lift others up thru their sad times...When I lost my brother Phillip( who liked her very much) she really did all she could to give me her support..

  • February 24, 2015
    Laurie Majdanski says:
    My heart broke when I heard that Peg had passed. She was a wonderful woman and I was lucky to have known and worked with her. I had thought about her often and really will miss her. Laurie

  • February 24, 2015
    Dona Bernard says:
    I first met Peg 10 years ago and have many memories of great times together including holiday and other social gatherings at the homes of Phyllis Mcbride and Josh Madsen. Peg also joined me and many others at Josh's wedding, Phyllis's milestone birthday celebration, and the baby shower for Josh's first child. Another time a number of us gathered at P.F. Changs. Peg had a great sense of humor and enjoyed going places and meeting people. I will miss our conversations. My thoughts and prayers are with Peg's family. And Peg, may you rest in peace.

  • February 24, 2015
    Leslie Cox says:
    I am very sorry to hear about Peg.  She was a sweet person, as well as being very interesting to talk with.  I worked with her and we had many conversations about life, however I have not spoken to her in several years. I am sorry for your loss of a sister and pray for your peace and strength through this time.   May God bless and keep you. Leslie Cox

  • February 24, 2015
    Bonnie Mountfort says:
    I worked with Peg in Texas and North Carolina. She was a good person.  She helped me deal with personal and work problems when we worked in Texas.  I am sure she is in a better place now. bonnie

  • February 24, 2015
    Ann Gailey says:
    I have known Peg for about eight years here in Greensboro and considered her a true friend.  I enjoyed visiting with her and her joining in for birthday celebrations, bridal and baby showers, etc.   I admired her expertise in the computer world and she helped me out a lot when I had a computer problem.  I will miss her quick wit and her friendship very much.

  • February 25, 2015
    Joshua Madsen says:
    So sorry for the loss of Peg.  She was a wise, gracious and generous person.  She was extremely kind to my family during some very good and bad times.  She was very kind and funny and when I heard the news it made me so sad for everyone that also felt this great loss.  I am very glad that she is not suffering any more and that she doesn't have to be in any pain.  That is the only good thing I can say about this loss, because otherwise it just just a shame.  The world is not as good a place as it was when she was still with is.  God bless you Peg, thank you all that you did for me, my family.  I am sad that I have one less friend in this world where each one is priceless.  To her family and friends, you are all in my prayers and may this loss be one that makes you love life, each other and the memory of our Peg even more.

  • March 01, 2015
    Tamarah Ellen says:
    Peg was a wonderfully loved woman by many.  I knew her from coming into the salon where I work, for many years.  She will be missed but not forgotten by all of us who knew and loved her.  There is great comfort in knowing she is now in GOD's hands among angels looking over all who loved her dearly.

  • March 07, 2015
    Pam Greeson says:
    Peg was one of my best friends.  She was always quick to offer help, advice, and blessings to whoever needed them.  I remember that when I first went to work at LFG, she scared me a little.  She was all business at work and didn’t waste time.  Once I got to know her, I realized that this was just a front.  She was kind and loving underneath all that.  She would always drop what she was doing to help me if I had a problem I couldn’t solve.  She shared whatever she had.  We went to Cherokee one weekend.  I lost everything I took to play with.  She won several thousand dollars.  So she covered my losses.  What a friend she was!!   My church was taking up money to help a family in need.  Peg gave us enough to build a ramp for the father who had been confined to a wheel chair.  All that for someone she didn’t even know.  What a kind person.  We talked daily about everything  -- from what came on tv last night to funny stories from her past (she always had a funny story) to my family & kids to her nephews and nieces.  There was never a dull moment.  We kidded each other about our stubbornness (I’m not sure who was worse).  Sometimes I wondered why we got along because we both wanted the control.  But as friends, we relinquished that control when we saw the other needed to take it.  I love her and will miss her greatly.  I feel blessed to have been given the opportunity to have known her.