Peggy A. Cook
Port Townsend, Wash.
Dec. 24, 1924 – Mar. 08, 2017
Peggy was a true friend to everyone and anyone she met. She was an adventurist at heart through person to person interaction, reading accounts of people’s lives or history, and living in communion with nature. A poet, Woman in the Trades (construction), Rosie the Riveter, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother… great-great-grandmother!
Peggy endured many a challenge in her life, yet always emphasized the good through it all, and held herself accountable for her actions. She had a positive affect on everyone, and if you believe in “six degrees of separation,” you know she will continue to have a positive affect forever on all of humanity. In her memory, please pay it forward whenever possible, offer a kind word and touch, and breathe in life through nature and sharing with others.
Peggy's ashes will be dispersed in the ocean.