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Peggy Lou Schanze


Schanze-Peggy

Memorial services for Peggy Lou Schanze, 78, De Soto, KS, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, December 13, 2013 at Warren-McElwain Mortuary – Eudora Chapel. She died Friday, December 6, 2013 at her home.
Peggy was born August 10, 1935 in Greenwood, MO the daughter of George W. & Nellie (Curtis) Kalousek.
She graduated from Lees’ Summit, MO high school.
Peggy had lived in De Soto since 2000.
She retired from JC Penny after working there for 31 years.
She was a member of the Overland Park Senior Art Counsel.
Survivors include one daughter, Penny Bogue; one son, Steve Macomber, and one granddaughter, Carissa Bogue.
The family suggests memorials in her name to the The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City and may be sent in care of the mortuary.

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  • MARY KAPLAFKA says:

    PEGGY WAS A VERY SPECIAL PERSON TO ALL OF US OF THE SENIOR ARTS COUNCIL. WE ARE BROKEN HEARTED TO LOSE OUR ART BUD. NOW SHE IS PAINTING WITH THE ANGELS. CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY.

  • anita otis says:

    Peggy was a great friend for over 35 years. I will never forget her .she was always stare when I had a problem she will be greatly missed

  • Bobbi Kalousek Keiter says:

    Peggy was not only my Aunt, she was a very special friend. I will miss her terribly. I will remember her wonderful sense of humor, her laughter, the silly things we would share, and our love of kitty cats. I know she is now in the loving arms of God.

  • Debbie Borrows says:

    Peggy was a great friend and neighbor. She even played granny to my oldest grandchild. I will miss talking to her in the yard and seeing her in het flower gardens. I love you Peggy and my life is richer for having known you. May your family find peace in knowing what a compassionate person you werr. You will be greatly missed.

  • Howard Weigman Jr. says:

    I will miss her greatly. I am sure she is getting caught up on things in heaven with her parents, and my dad. Her talent in art was very awesome and beautiful. Thank you Aunt Peggy. Praying for Penny, Steve, and Carissa. God bless!!

  • Howard Weigman Jr. says:

    Peggy was my dads (Howard L. Weigman) half-sister. When her mother Nellie passed away, her dad George Kalousek remarried, to his mom Opal Mae Allen Weigman (my grandmother). Peggy and Howard grew up together as teenagers. Peggy always liked to tell us stories about the experiences thay had, many of them humorous and funny. They were living in Beverly, MO at that time. The computer I am using erased this portion which was part of the original comment. My apologies.