Margaret “Peggy” A. Veado, age 73, of Davidson Rd., Jamestown, passed away Thursday afternoon, April 8, 2021 in the ER of UPMC Greenville.
She was born on the East Side of Pittsburgh on February 10, 1948 a daughter of Bernard E. and Margaret P. (Florig) Macey. She was a 1966 graduate of Mount Alvernia in Pittsburgh. She was a homemaker and of the catholic faith.
On September 24, 1971 Peggy married Richard L. Veado, he survives. She was a devoted wife and mother and was a very kind person. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two sons, Richard J. Veado and his wife Shelly of Houston, TX and Erik R. Veado of Jamestown; one sister and three brothers all of Pittsburgh. She was preceded in death by her parents.
Cremation was chosen and there will be no services. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Randall Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 416 Liberty St., Jamestown. Memorial contributions may be made to Strayhaven Inc., 94 Donation Rd., Greenville, PA 16125.
Prayers to my cousin Richard Veado and his family loss of his wife Margaret (Peggy) Veado ….. Love you cousin Melissa Holler …R.I.P. Peggy
Rich an family…my deepest thoughts an prayers are with all of you.Rest in peace Peggy.
I’m so sorry to hear of Peggy’s passing. Such a beautiful, wonderful, caring woman. She will be greatly missed be all.
WE love you, RIP Mace….
Rich and family , So Sorry for your Loss !!
Sorry for your loss Big Brother–R.I.P Mace
Richard & boys…so sorry to hear of Peggy’s passing…she was truly a kind & caring person…you are all in my prayers…RIP Peggy
Peggy was a wonderful woman. When I was little, she gave me a lot of personal advice, and was so good to me. I was blessed to be able to speak with her almost 2 weeks before she passed, and we spent a long time just talking. We promised to keep in touch, and text now and then just to say hi. Unfortunately, I will not be able to keep that promise.
Richard and Erik, our thoughts and prayers are with you both, and all my cousins. Peggy’s loss will be felt by a lot of people. She made such a difference in a lot of lives. You both will have a lot of people as a support.
With all our love and deepest sympathy,
Teri (Turner) and Bob Pickin
Adria and Shelly
Dear Uncle Rich,
I am so saddened and sorry to find out this news. What a special woman she was. I will be forever touched at how she loved and cared for me as a child and as grown woman. My prayers and thoughts are for you as you grieve her passing. Much love to you, Ashley
Peggy was a wonderful person with a heart of gold! She would have given you the shirt off her back. I am very saddened to hear of her passing. My heart felt sympathy goes out to Lynn, Mitch, Jeff. Ben and Richard and sons. I am so sorry for your loss and may her beautiful memories help to ease the pain of the broken heart you are going through. May she Rest In Peace and fly high with the angels above.
Dear Uncle Richie, My heart breaks for you all because I know there is a void now that only Aunt Peggy could fill. Aunt Peggy was just a saintly gift from God. She filled our hearts with sincere love and kindness. I will forever remember all our very long cups of tea and how she loved me, along with my children. She taught me to sew and I can still hear her contagious laugh. I am always thinking of you Uncle Richie, the boys, and love you so very much! Aunt Peggy, rest in the arms of our loving God. It is not goodbye, but until we meet again in His perfect world. Love Sherry, Bob, and Family.
My deepest condolences and regards to my Uncle Rich and my cousin Eric. It is with a heavy heart we miss Aunt Peg, but we also must never forget her unwavering gentle,kind, and loving way she was. She will always be one of the sweetest most amazing women that I’ve been blessed with in my life. Love you always…..until we’re all together again. Prayer of healing for all her family
Hey Uncle Richie it’s Paulie. This hit me pretty hard. You know, when I was a kid you and Aunt Peg showed me so much love. I remember all the food she would make me when I stayed over. She always made sure I was happy. She always made me laugh. And she always listened to me uncle Rich. She always made me feel important. She always made me feel loved. And so did you. And I just can’t tell you how thankful I am to the both of you. I still have our perfect round rock on my window sill. I see it everyday and it always reminds me of you two and all the wonderful times we had together. I love you both so much.
Rich and family, We are so sorry to hear of Peggy’s passing. We hope you find comfort in all the wonderful memories you all shared. Please know that you are all in our hearts and prayers.
RIP Peg, Bob and Edie Ruhlman
RIP Aunt Peg, love you so much, will always be in our hearts, Will always cherish your memory, Love you Uncle Rich an Eric,
Love Bridgie and Lil Davie
Richard & sons I’m at a loss for words…my heart breaks for y’all…Peggy was a very special lady to me…I was heartbroken to hear the news when my mom called me…I’m gonna miss coming up to visit y’all w my mom and granddaughter…Kenna enjoyed visiting y’all…she liked walking down to the lake or picking grapes or berries from your vines…she enjoyed Peggy showing her the angels she collected…she was heartbroken too when she heard the news…RIP Peg…fly high for your no longer in pain…Stacy (Confer) Dagres