Peggy was born on April 27, 1941, in Russell County, Kentucky, to Rufus and Sissy (Stevens) Miller. Her upbringing instilled in her the values of resilience, determination, and the importance of family bonds.
For many years, Peggy dedicated herself to her work at International Furniture in Rushville, where her unwavering commitment and strong work ethic left a lasting impact. Her colleagues and friends at the workplace knew her as a reliable and caring individual who approached her job with diligence and a warm smile.
In addition to her professional achievements, Peggy was a beloved member of her community, known for her kind and generous spirit. She touched the lives of those around her with her compassion and willingness to lend a helping hand.
Peggy’s memory will be cherished by her family and friends, who will forever hold dear the moments they shared with her. Her legacy is one of strength, love, and the enduring bonds of family and friendship.
As we remember Peggy Ann Lane, let us reflect on the values she upheld and the love she shared. Her life reminds us of the importance of hard work, dedication, and the impact we can have on those around us through simple acts of kindness.
The Lane family and friends come together in shared grief during this time of loss. May they find solace in the memories they hold dear and the love and support they provide one another.
Peggy Ann Lane’s life was a journey marked by love, dedication, and a commitment to making the lives of those around her better. May she rest in eternal peace, knowing that her legacy of kindness and hard work will forever be remembered by all who knew her.