Peggy Mahony Sutfin

Peggy Mahony Sutfin

Peggy Ann Mahony Sutfin, 61, passed away on Thursday, April 2, 2020 after a brief illness.

Peggy was born on July 30, 1958 to Timothy and Violet Mahony.

Peggy graduated from Lakeview High School in 1976 and briefly attended beauty school. She married in 1977 and moved to Klamath Falls with her then husband Buck Sutfin where they raised their 3 children. Peggy worked for Klamath County School District for 20+ years, in a variety of capacities as a nutrition worker and ended her career as Head Cook of Henley Elementary. Peggy absolutely adored the children she worked with and served.

Peggy was very much proud of her Irish heritage as her father had come to the United States from Ireland as a young man. She most enjoyed laughing, dancing and enjoying good times with friends and family. Peggy had a fascination with the ocean and it provided her significant peace, joy and happiness as she made numerous trips to visit the Oregon Coast as well as Puget Sound in the Seattle area.

Peggy will be wholeheartedly missed by her children, friends and family.

She is survived by: son, Jeremy (Tex) Sutfin; daughters, Jama Sutfin and Megan Miller; brothers, Con Mahony and John Mahony; grandson, Marshall Sutfin; aunts, Frances Plowman and Mary Weaver; nephew, John Mahony, Jr.; nieces, Kristina DeKam, Jessica Petty and Trillium Simington; cousins, Noreen Olvera and Jason Plowman and Brian Plowman; and very best friend, Kay Carlson.

A celebration to honor her life will be scheduled in the future. Rest in Heaven.

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