Peggy A (Rogers) Lesher

Born: Sun., Jan. 28, 1951
Died: Fri., Sep. 27, 2019


Family to do services at later date


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   Peggy A Lesher, 68 years old, passed away Friday, September 27, 2019 at her home in Elliottsburg. She was born January 28, 1951 to the late Margaret Rogers. She was retired from Penn DOT.
   Peggy was the widow of  Clarence R. Lesher, Sr. and is survived by her sons,  C. Richard Lesher, Jr and wife Donna of Landisburg, Chris Lesher and wife Robbie of Coshocton, Ohio,  Chad Lesher and wife Alicia of Elliottsburg and Corey Lesher and companion, Nicole Bouder of Liverpool; seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
 Peggy enjoyed playing cards with her family, playing scrabble on her Kindle, spending time with her grandbabies and watching HGTV. 
 Services will be held at a later date.
  

 

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Lynn E WETZLER &Allen Wetzler&Irene Wetzler
   Posted Fri October 04, 2019
Peggy will be sadly missed by all. She was always a good friend. We always had a fun time when we got together.

Sarah (satch) Wagman
   Posted Sat October 05, 2019
Peggy will be sadly missed by all she touched so many lives . She loved her husband , children, grandchildren, motorcycles and of course penndot . That was her life . May she rest in peace pain free !

Susan Maxwell
   Posted Mon October 14, 2019
To the family of Peggy;
Peggy was one of my best friends in 1966 in Harrisburg. We were at her aunt Vera's house on Rt.322 when she introduced me to her other friend Maxine. In (1968)I stood up for Peggy & Butch when they got married. I just found out this morning Oct 14, that she is gone, But it seems like just yesterday we were all together,taking care of our kids. I went to my brothers wedding years later,Peggy"s friend Maxine was marrying my brother,
Sue Maxwell