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Margaret "Peggy" Johnson

November 14, 1960 - November 27, 2014

Gathering:

5-7:00 P.M. Monday, December 1, 2014 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

12-1:00 P.M. Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

1:00 P.M. Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Margaret "Peggy" Johnson

November 14, 1960 - November 27, 2014

Obituary

Peggy Johnson (54) passed away on November 27th in her residence in downtown Fargo, ND.

Born November 14th, 1960 in East Grand Forks, ND, she resided primarily in Grand Forks, ND before relocating to Fargo, ND in her later years to be closer to her sons and grandchildren. Her longtime employer in Fargo, ND was The Old Broadway.  Her greatest joy in life was spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren, and talking about her family to her regular patrons at work. Her other greatest joy in life was an ice cold glass of Coca-Cola.

Peggy is survived by three sons; Bill, Brian, and Brad Johnson, all of Grand Forks, ND; three grandchildren; Avrey, Adalynn, and Gwynevere Johnson; brothers; David and his family Nanette, son Thomas and his family Dayna and Holly, and daughter Sarah; Tom and his family Sheri, Emily, Sam, Madison, and Jackson; Tim and his family Copper and Vince; and her beloved mother Ellen Jerome of East Grand Forks, ND.

Flowers and funeral donations may be made in Peggy’s name to Boulger Funeral Home, 123 10th St S, Fargo, ND 58103. Phone: (701) 237-6441.

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  1. Lorie Larson says:

    Cottage Grove MN
    Ellen, David, Tom, Tim, & your families

    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time, and always. If you ever need anything, please do not hesitate to ask.

    With deepest sympathy,

    Lorie

  2. Joseph Gibson says:

    David and all the Jerome Family,
    Very sorry for your loss. Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord.

  3. Regan, Ashley and Tom says:

    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Your mom was a great woman who we got to know through lunches at the Old Broadway, we always requested to sit in her section. She would ask us about our families and we would always get to hear about how each of you and your children were doing. She was a blessing to know, with a heart of gold, we sure are going to miss her.

  4. Y. McBeath says:

    My deepest sympathies on your loss. May you find comfort in the thought expressed at Revelation 21:4. Soon death will be no more.

  5. Mike Estrem says:

    West Fargo ND
    Bill, Brian,Brad. Sorry for the loss of your mom, our thoughts and prayers go out to you.
    Mike & Sherry Estrem

  6. JoLeah Flicek Hasson says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss family is the most important thing we have. Family will help each of you get through this difficult time.

  7. JoLeah Flicek Hasson says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss family is the most important thing we have. Family will help each of you get through this difficult time.

  8. Marsha and Peter Morin says:

    Brian and family,
    Our thoughts are with you.

  9. Viraj Dalal says:

    A special poem for the Johnson boys on the passing of your lovely mother:

    May god speed her journey to heaven
    For she is already an angel on earth
    She is an idol to all her children
    To whom she gave birth.

    She would call “my Bri” to you
    And you’d look up to her and say
    You weren’t supposed to leave me, mother
    On Thanksgiving Day.

    She said I didn’t leave you “my Bri”
    But the lord set me free
    Now I can do whatever I want
    And go wherever you’ll be.

    A mother’s love is incomplete
    Without a son like you to love
    For when she said goodbye to you
    She became a beautiful dove.

    She flew in the rising sun to heaven
    to look down upon Bill, Brian, and Brad, all her sons
    she waved down below and blew kisses to all
    and said she’d be there for them whenever they called.

    As time goes by, the heartache will slow
    She will see her grandchildren below
    She will say Avrey, Addy, and Gweniviere
    You’re all, to me, so wonderfully dear.

    But don’t grieve away or cry a bit
    just take a candle and put a lit
    then watch it slowly flow away on the lake shore
    and say “its not goodbye until we meet again” rest assured.

    Our deepest and sincere condolences go out to Peggy’s entire family! We are thinking of you all.

  10. David says:

    Hello Sis,
    I miss you so very much.

    David

  11. Sheri (Yuric) Gunby says:

    TexasI worked with Peggy back at the Tomahawk Cafe. She was funny and kind and very hardworking. All she ever talked about was how much her boys meant to her. My condolences to her family and friends.

  12. Myrna Olson says:

    Grand Forks Ellen, Dave, Tom and Tim and all of your Family How sad I was to read about Peggys obituary. How terrible that her life ended way too soon. May God wrap all of you in his arms and give you all the help to get through all these sad and lonely times. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love,Myrna. Ellen I had lost your phone number a couple of years ago so please get ahold of me at 701/317/2233 I would love to visit with you.

  13. Viraj Dalal says:

    I never imagined writing this only a few days after seeing you in person and speaking with you multiple times on the phone. I have no words. Your loss left all of us in shock. I’m still thinking it’s a bad dream and I’ll wake up to reality, and I’ll have a missed call from you. I was supposed to teach you how to use calling cards to call Australia. We were supposed to go visit Brian together. Oh, how much we miss you! I know you were so concerned with Brian being away without family. But now, you can go wherever he goes and you’ll always be looking at Brian, Bill, and Brad from above. I know how much your boys meant to you – the world, your entire life. I’m just so happy I could spend some quality time with you in Fargo. My deepest condolences goes out to all of mom’s family at this time of great distress. I wrote this poem in deep sadness and shock of your passing. May god speed your journey, dearest mother.

    A special poem for Bill, Brian, and Brad on the passing of your lovely mother:

    May god speed her journey to heaven
    For she is already an angel on earth
    She is an idol to all her children
    To whom she gave birth.

    She would call “my Bri” to you
    And you’d look up to her and say
    You weren’t supposed to leave me, mother
    On Thanksgiving Day.

    She said I didn’t leave you “my Bri”
    But the lord set me free
    Now I can do whatever I want
    And go wherever you’ll be.

    A mother’s love is incomplete
    Without a son like you to love
    For when she said goodbye to you
    She became a beautiful dove.

    She flew in the rising sun to heaven
    to look down upon Bill, Brian, and Brad, all her sons
    she waved down below and blew kisses to all
    and said she’d be there for them whenever they called.

    As time goes by, the heartache will slow
    She will see her grandchildren below
    She will say Avrey, Addy, and Gweniviere
    You’re all, to me, so wonderfully dear.

    But don’t grieve away or cry a bit
    just take a candle and put a lit
    then watch it slowly flow away on the lake shore
    and say “its not goodbye until we meet again” rest assured.

  14. Josh and Sarah Schmelzer says:

    winona mnBrad, Brian and Bill (and family), we are so sorry about the loss of your mom. I know from talking to her she was very very proud of her boys and her grandbabies. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.
    Josh & Sarah

  15. Jennifer L Iverson says:

    Fort Dix New JerseyDr Johnson,
    So sorry for your loss! I will keep you and your family in my thought and prayers!

  16. mike and Sue Blair says:

    Bismarck NORTH DAKOTA (ND)Dear Bill, Annessa, Avrey, Addy, Brian, Brad & Paul:

    No words can express how we feel in the loss of a wonderful woman. She touched your lives so deeply. None of us will ever know why God took her so abruptly from this earth. But know that she is now in a wonderful place. Savour the memories you had with her and cherish every family moment from this day forward.

    She was so very proud of her boys. And their families! She did what she could to be a good Grandma and loved you all so much.

    God Bless you all and know that we are praying for healing during the holidays for your family.

    Mike, Sue, Seth, Kennedy & Felicity Blair

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