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Peggy Marie Moreland

June 4, 1936 ~ July 4, 2020

Peggy Marie Gros Moreland passed away in the comfort of her home after a courageous battle with cancer on Saturday, July 4, 2020.

Peggy was born June 4, 1936 in Sulphur, Louisiana to Alton and Lottie (McCullen) Gros. She lived in Sulphur, where she was a member of The First Baptist Church of Sulphur. Peggy was also Worthy Matron of the Love Chapter #209 of The Order of Eastern Star in 1975.

Some of her favorite times were travelling out West to Jackson Hole, Wyoming where she and her family spent time every summer for 30 years. However, she found most of her joy spending time with her children, grandchildren, great-children, nieces and nephews. She will be remembered for her sweet smile, gentle spirit, and her strength above all.

Peggy is survived by her loving husband of 66 years, Kenneth L. Moreland; her children, Darlene (Reagan) Manuel, Kenneth (Mary) Moreland, II; niece, Patti Ann Ellender Arlan; nephew, Ray Ellender; grandchildren, Lindsey (Steve) Wisner, Lauren Marie Manuel; great-grandchildren, Lottie and Lincoln Wisner.

She is preceded in death by her parents, her sister and brother-in-law, JoAnn and R. D. Ellender, and her grandson, Blake Louis Manuel.

Her funeral service will be 10 AM Tues, July 7, 202 at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home of Sulphur. Burial will follow at Mimosa Pines South in Carlyss. Visitation will be 4 PM – 8 PM Monday in the funeral home and resume at 8 AM Tuesday until time of service. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.robisonfuneralhome.com.

The family wishes to thank the staff at Heart of Hospice, Ms. Kim Francis, and the family of Jasmine Shillow.

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  1. Today, we lost a living Angel. I have no doubt she will check in on us from time to time. That’s what she did in life, and I know nothing would stop her from watching over us from above. I find solace in that.
    I had the privilege of being part of the Moreland family by marriage. You wouldn’t have known that. I was just Bob, Patti’s husband, and for almost 24 years was made to feel so.
    She knew the good, bad and ugly in all of us, and loved us just the same. That’s what Angels do.
    Hug your family often. Life is fleeting. Love isn’t.
    I will miss you Hoppy.

    Love, Bob.

  2. Today, we lost a living Angel. I have no doubt she will check in on us from time to time. That’s what she did in life, and I know nothing would stop her from watching over us from above. I find solace in that.

    I had the privilege of being part of the Moreland family by marriage. You wouldn’t have known that. I was just Bob, Patti’s husband, and for almost 24 years was made to feel so.

    She knew the good, bad and ugly in all of us, and loved us just the same. That’s what Angels do.

    Hug your family often. Life is fleeting. Love isn’t.

    I will miss you Hoppy.

    Love, Bob.

  3. Forever in our hearts, with much love from your granddaughter, Lindsey, great-grandchildren, Lottie & Lincoln, son, Steven….. And also your beloved grandmice, grandduck, and grandgoof. xoxo <3

  4. Ken, 
    I’m so sorry for the loss of your mom. May God’s peace and years of sweet memories comfort you and your family at this time. 

  5. My heart goes out the Moreland family. I’ve only known you all for a short time but with mama and pops it’s feel like I been here forever! I’m very deeply touched and honored to have known Mrs. Peggy (mama) she will truly be missed! Sometimes family isn’t just blood. Thank you! 


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