Born on July 21, 1947 in Crystal Lake, Illinois
Departed on March 7, 2021, in Titusville, Florida
Peggy C. Lozynski, 73, of Melbourne, Florida passed on March 7, 2021 under hospice care. She was born in Crystal Lake, Illinois on 07/21/1947 to John Compton and Clarice Josephine Purvey.
Her survivors include her husband Thomas Lozynski; son Michael (Jenna) Bauden; daughter Lori (Diane Sturckie) Bauden; step daughter Jacqueline Fogleman; step son Joseph Lozynski; brothers Albert (Sue) Purvey and Michael (Janet) Purvey and six grandchildren. Peggy was a devoted wife and mother who loved to talk about her family.
She enjoyed crocheting and knitting; and made baby blankets for hospital births in Sun City, Arizona. Peggy liked to travel and made everyone at ease with her warm smile.
She disliked mushrooms so hopefully in heaven they already know her order, ___ ___ mushroom free.
Her Funeral Mass is Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 11:00 am at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, 3050 N. Highway A1A, Indialantic, Florida. Burial will be in St. Michael the Archangel Cemetery, Palatine, Illinois.
Please consider donations in her memory to Hospice of St. Francis, 1250 Grumman Place, Titusville, FL 32780.
Dear Tom, Laurie & Diane and Michael & Jenna,
We are both so sorry you have had to say goodbye to Aunt Peggy. We hope she is at peace and having a party with Mom, Gram, Aunt Lynn and Uncle John. We will always remember how kind and embracing Aunt Peggy was. She will be missed.
We will keep Peggy and all of you in our prayers.
Love you All ALWAYS .
John and Barb
We were so saddened to hear about Peggy's passing. She was truly a beautiful person both inside and out. I know she was loved by many and will be missed greatly. Our thoughts and prayers are will the family.
Aunt Peggy - I have so many wonderful memories of you growing up. I remember when one Christmas, you and Aunt Lynn bought Jackie and I our first matching lingerie sets. We were 13 and 14. The mortification of opening that gift in front of everyone was enough to send everyone into gales of laughter. I also remember how we used to compare feet. I always wanted your small shoe size - you got all the best deals! Thank you my sweet aunt for the memories - you will be missed.
Aunt Peggy was always so quick to laugh and such a loving soul. Now all the Purvey girls are back together and I imagine are all watching over us together. Love you Aunt Peg
Aunt Peggy was always sweet, kind, and welcoming. She had a marvelous smile, and a warm heart. Much Love.
So sorry to hear about Perry's passing. We so much enjoyed camping in Illinois and visiting with Peggy and Tom in Arizona.
Prays for Tom and all the family
I only met Aunt Peggy once, but she was a very sweet woman. My love and prayers are with you Uncle Tom.
Uncle Tom we are so sorry for your loss.
Peggy was such a sweet person and will truly be missed.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.
Love Doug & Eva