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Peggy Moulton WorcottMarch 17, 1954 ~ June 3, 2017 (age 63)
Peggy Moulton Worcott passed away unexpectedly Saturday, June 3, 2017. At the young age of 63 she leaves behind many loved ones. Peggy was vivacious and loving to all. She will be greatly missed by the family she leaves behind.
Peggy was born March 17, 1954 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She loved her childhood and talked often of her Lincoln Street home and neighbors.
Peggy married John Randall Worcott on May 26, 1974. Her greatest joys of that 27 year marriage were her 3 children; Heather, Robb and Joe.
She was a beautiful lady known for her loving personality. She was a caregiver, and loved to help anyone and everyone. She enjoyed being out and about and made many friends on her journey through life. She was a social butterfly. She enjoyed talking to anyone she met. Peggy had a contagious laugh and found humor in almost all things.
She loved collecting things and was easily entertained. She loved to use things up, wear them out, make them work, or keep them forever and never throw them out. She loved sign language and would interpret any chance she got. Peggy enjoyed being outdoors and loved to camp.
She loved her Savior and was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She is reunited with her parents, Glendon and Barbara Moulton. Her loving legacy includes her sweet daughter Heather, (Layton, UT) whom she loved with all her heart. Her son Robb, (Burbank, WA) his wife Crystal, and their children; Zachary, Madison, Tate, and Luke, who loved their “Granny Pooh Bear” and will miss her terribly. Joey (SLC, UT) and his son Samuel, who made her heart happy with their love of life. She also leaves behind her caring sister Sandra Borgstrom and her compassionate brother Scott Moulton.
Peggy’s family would love to visit with you Friday evening June 9, 2017 at the LDS Chapel, 60 West Gordon Ave in Layton, Utah from 6pm to 8pm and Saturday morning 10am-11am, at Holbrook Mortuary, 3251 South 2300 East in Salt Lake City, UT. Graveside services will be Saturday June 10, 2017 at the Salt Lake City Cemetery at 12pm.
Please join us as we laugh, remember, and celebrate the life of our sweet Mother and Grandmother.