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Peggy Lee Wilson, 70, of Dixon passed away on Friday April 28, 2023, at her residence with her family by her side. She was born to Edward and Dora (Carver) Zeigenbein on August 1, 1952, in Crocker, MO.
On May 2, 1985, she married Tony Lynn Wilson who survives at the home. Peggy was working on her dietary technician degree. She was a member of the Seaton Faith Fellowship Church in Dixon.
Peggy enjoyed spending time with her family and church family, sewing, quilting, shopping, sitting outside and watching her hummingbirds, and planting flowers.
She is predeceased by her parents, a son John Dawson Jr of Crocker, brothers Lewis E. Zeigenbein of Indiana, John H. Zeigenbein of Waynesville, and sisters Eavlyn Poucher of Texas, Georgia Powell of Dixon, Ruth Walters of Richland and several nieces and nephews.
Those left to mourn Peggy are her husband, son Tony Lynn (Ashley) Wilson Jr of Camdenton, and their children Emily, Jayden, and Ava, daughters Potencia (Matthew) Larsson of Dixon and their children Rachel Weaver and Cody Larsson of South Carolina, Patricia Shattuck of Dixon with her children Kasidi Shattuck and her husband Mathew Baker, John (Cheyenne) Shattuck of Dixon, Penny (Stephen) Crewse of Rolla and their children Belinda (Tyler) Clinton, Levi Plemmons, Lacey (John) Shafer of Lebanon, Kristian (Amanda) Burns of Camdenton, Cody (Rose) Burns of Camdenton, Chloe (Tanner) Gordon of Cameron, Star (Brandon) Vierra of Rolla, Priscilla (Armando) Ramirez of Iowa and their kids Joleeanna, Analia, and Avian and 13 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her brothers Ted Zeigenbein of Richland, Jim Zeigenbein of Indiana, Clarence (Brenda) Zeigenbein of Crocker; sisters Betty Cochran of Iberia, Janie (Chris) Lee of South Carolina, Rosie (Bill) Taylor of South Carolina and several nieces and nephews.
There will be a memorial service at Seaton Faith Fellowship Church with Ms. Helen Winters officiating on June 3, 2023 at 11:00 am with a lunch to follow and graveside services at Crocker following the lunch.
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