Obituary of Margaret Armstrong
TO MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS,
Hello all; reading this means I have moved on to something new and certainly different. I was born in
Evanston, Il on 9/6/1949 to the late Joseph and Marcella (Conley) Malloy. I lived in Chicago, Milwaukee, Stamford, Boston and, for most of my years, in Lutz, Fl.
I had an amazing 37 years with my love, Richard Rambo Armstrong (deceased 1/11/2009). Nothing perfect, but in any of those years, I could get lost slow dancing with him. Lots of smiles, laughter, and great conversation. He was mine and I was his. He’d often say, “You’re my old lady.” I grew to appreciate and understand what that meant as we grew older together.
I have amazing brothers and am grateful for each: The late Timothy J. Malloy and his wife, Patricia (Smid), (2 kids and 11 grandchildren). Thomas J. Malloy and his wife Linda (Quinterno), (3 kids and 6 grandchildren). Kevin C. Malloy and his wife Kerri (England), (2 kids). Also, a son Jason E. Armstrong and family.
I graduated from Stamford Catholic High School, Emmanuel College in Boston and received an M.B.A. from the University of South Florida. My career included working at J.C. Penney as a Bill Collector (which I hated), odd jobs in technology and then 23 years in IT Customer Service at Time Inc. I loved most of it, especially the many friendships I made.
I am grateful for everyone in my life, and I hope when you think of me it brings a smile to your face.
If you want to send flowers, or other gifts, send them to someone you love. I will treasure that. Let them know you care. May God bless all.
Love you always. Peggy
It was Peggy’s wish to be cremated and have her ashes scattered at her favorite beach. The family will host a private celebration of life gathering at a later date.
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