Margaret  Lozeron
Margaret "Peggy" (Welch) Lozeron, 81, of Mesa, AZ began her peaceful journey to heaven on Sept 14, 2019.
Born, July 24, 1934 in Madison, WI, she was the daughter of Robert and Agnes (Roland) Welch. Survived by her husband Homer, brother James Welch (Mary) in Punta Gorda, Florida; son Mark in Chicago; daughter Michele Rohr (Jeff) in Bronxville, NY; 3 grandchildren: Jillian, James and Jeffrey Rohr Jr; and multiple nieces and nephews.
Peggy graduated from Rosary College in River Forest, IL, and served as a Catholic nun with the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters. She left the convent, returned to Madison and met Homer, where they were married on June 24, 1967. She and Homer moved to St. Louis, where she was an English teacher at John F. Kennedy Catholic High School, and she later served in the same role - and also as a guidance counselor - at St Dominic's Catholic High School. After retirement, they moved to Mesa, AZ.
Peggy loved to read, ballroom dance, sew and knit, and do her crossword puzzles. She and Homer also enjoyed a cold Manhattan cocktail at Happy Hour every night for most of their 50+ years together.
A Memorial Service will be led for Peggy at Brookdale Springs in Mesa on Sept 27. In lieu of cash donations or flowers, please support your local cancer, leukemia or hospice associations on behalf of Peggy Lozeron.
Published on September 17, 2019

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George & Pamela Hurd
Sep 24, 2019
Peggy was such a joy to have as a friend, she always had a smile & a sweet word to say. We cherished the time we had with her & admired her appreciation of life. She was able to joke about the tribulations of her medical issues & was uplifting for all around her. We miss her & send love & prayers to Homer & her family.