Margaret Ann “Peggy” Summers
Peggy Summers, age 76, of Kenosha, Wisconsin, passed away peacefully on January 26, 2023, at home, with her husband and family at her side. She attended St James elementary and St Joseph High school before becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse and worked at St Catherine’s Hospital and Kenosha Hospital for many years. She loved her profession, as well as her precious patients. She was a dedicated member of St. Matthews Episcopal Church, where she married the love of her life, Frank Summers on September 7, 1995. She was very fond of animals and loved them all.
She was preceded in death by her parents Tom and Bea Riley, her son Todd, and her step-daughter-in-law Lisa Summers. She will be missed by her husband Frank, her sister (Kathy), her brother (Tom), her step-son (Gregg), her step-daughter (Michelle), and many friends.
A memorial mass will be on Friday, February 3rd, 2023,
at 11:00AM at St. Matthews Episcopal Church. (5900-7th Avenue) Visitation with the family will be on Friday, at the church, from 10:00AM until the time of service. Inurnment will follow.
The family would like to especially thank Dr. Knight, Dr. Bloom, The Froedtert Cancer Center, and Hospice Alliance for exemplary kindness, professionalism, and sensitivity.
Casey Family Options Funerals and Cremations
Stephen P. Casey, Funeral Director and owner
Thoughts for Margaret Ann “Peggy” Summers;
Judy Bonofiglio says:
I worked with Peggy I am so sorry for your loss a great nurse and person.
Richard Janovicz says:
We are so sorry to hear about your loss Frank,Peggy was a delight to know and will be greatly missed. Nancy and I send our deepest condolences.
Kenneth and Diana Palmen says:
Frank we are so sorry to hear about Peggy‘s passing. As we all know she was a very special lady she will be missed by many. Again we are so sorry.
Barbara Van Sky says:
I worked with Peggy at the hospital. She was my very good friend. We went to lunch and worked closely on our floor. She was the sweetest, kindest person, and always very funny. She always knew how to make a bad day better. I will miss her so much. Love you, my friend. I will see you in Heaven.
Barbara Alwardt says:
I spoke with Peggy many times and enjoyed her wit, positive attitude, and how she was always concerned about others. I saw her at the hospital for the last time, and she was very concerned about how her husband was doing. Special lady!