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Peggy Warren Slack

June 5, 1939 - October 28, 2021

Ms Slack was born at Glade Spring, Virginia on, June 5, 1939, daughter to the late Thomas Jennings Warren and Martha Lorainne McNew Warren Elbert.  She married David Andrew Slack August 8, 1964.

She was a retired school teacher.  She taught school in Virginia and North Carolina. She is survived by husband David Slack, son David Warren Slack (Amy) and Andrew Stuart McCloud Slack (Laura), Grandson David Parker Slack and Granddaughter Mary Stuart Finnuala Slack.  She is also survived by a sister Cynthia Alice Warren and niece Aleia Warren and Sister in law Gloria Warren and niece Michelle Grisham of Utah.

She is predeceased by her parents, brother (Edward), nephew Eric.

The Family thanks all of the staff of the 5th floor of the Drinkard Healthcare Center at Westminster Canterbury Lynchburg for the care they have given Peggy.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests a donation be made to Westminster Canterbury of Lynchburg, or the charity of your choice.

Tharp Funeral Home, Lynchburg, is assisting the family.

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Dear David, Andrew, Laura, David and Amy, My heart is with you at this time. I absolutely cherished my time with your wonderful family while at WC and was so utterly inspired by the ways in which you all loved and supported Peggy through her final, difficult years. While I never knew Peggy when she was "healthy," her love, personality, and values have shone brightly through you all. May you experience, in undoubted ways, the love and peace of Christ that transcends human understanding. With love, Kristie Miles

Posted by Kristie Miles on November 3, 2021

Dave, David, Andy, Alice, and family, I was so, so very sorry to hear about Peggy. Her illness made me sad. She was always such a vibrant, full-of-life person before it struck. I can still see her smile and hear her laughter. She was beautiful inside and out. Prayers and hugs for all of you.

Posted by Tammy Kennedy Hilt on October 30, 2021

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