Peggy Pritchard

Peggy Lee (Kissack) Pritchard, age 65, passed away on Thursday, March 18th, 2021 at Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. She was born in Illinois to the late Francis and Doris (Webster) Kissack. She worked at Walmart as a cashier for several years until retiring five years ago. She was known for being active in Albert House (Racine) where she started bingo, the community garden, and setting up the squirrel and bird feeding reservoir for which everyone there is so grateful for.

She is survived by a daughter: Michelle (Jim) Bailey of Hoopston, IL and their child Alexa, stepsisters: Diane (Roger) Wall of Morris, IL, Carla (Mike) McCabe of Joliet, IL, and Dawn Kissack of Glen Ellyn, IL, as well as many Nieces and Nephews who she spoiled every chance she got. She is also survived by her nieces and caretakers: Mandy (Boyd) Becker and their two boys Colt and Cain of Burlington, and Stacy (Mike Moriarity) Kincade and her children: Mercedes, Sydnee, and Andon. She is preceded in death by her parents, siblings: Vickie Kissack, Steve Kissack, and Bruce Kissack, and stepmother: Dolores Kissack.

Peggy was known by many for spoiling those she loved and never missing anyone’s birthday for as long as anyone can remember.

The family would like to give a special thanks to Michelle Treiber and Heidi Tradewell for taking such good care of Peggy over the course of a few years, the staff at Ascension Hospital in Racine and Seasons Hospice Care in Oak Creek for all the wonderful care they gave to Peggy, Mary Ann Kincade for all the wonderful love and support over the years as well as the many friends and family who have reached out offering their prayers, love, and support during this difficult time.

Thoughts for Peggy Pritchard;

    • Sharon torbet says:

      Peg was so much fun always laughing having fun in band we’d be out on football field for practice and we’d all start singing to her Peggy Sue and she’d take her baton and March around while we sang to her she was so much fun

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