Margaret P. WhiteAugust 03,2013
Margaret P. WhiteMargaret P. White
If you are reading this, I have died, Margaret “Peggy” White, 81, Aug. 2, 2013, at home.
I was born June 10, 1932, in Albany, N.Y., daughter of John F. and Margaret (Walter) Westburg Sr.
I was a 1950 graduate of Rutland High School.
I enjoyed teaching skiing at Killington for 12 years.
I was employed at Hogge Penny Motor Inn and later with Westburg’s Answering Service until 2004.
I was an avid fan of the Boston Red Sox.
My survivors are a son, Jeffrey White and wife, Melody of Cornell, Ca.; a daughter, Lauren White of Oak Park, Ca.; 2 granddaughters, Victoria and husband, Gareth Gaston, and Jennifer White, both of Morris Plains, N.J.; great-grandson, Aiden Gaston.
I was predeceased by my son, David C. White and my brother, John F. Westburg Jr.
There will be no services.
Memorial contributions may be made to Rutland County Humane Society, Stevens Road, Pittsford, VT 05763.
Thank you to all of my friends for the happy memories and many good times.
Clifford Funeral Home are in charge of my arrangements.
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