Peggy Jo Eason 73, died June 5, 2020 at Asbury Park in Newton, Kansas. She was born September 12, 1946 in Newton, Kansas to Dale and Betty (Benbrook) Koehn.
Peggy was a member of the First Church of God in Newton where she enjoyed the message and gospel music. She worked as a CNA in various nursing homes in the area. She had a love of flowers and looked forward to traveling especially to the Mountains. Peggy was known as a thoughtful caring and loving mother and she really looked forward to meeting new people.
She is survived by her partner Robert Solis; sons: Bill Smith, Gary Smith and Gaylon Goad. She has 7 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.
Peggy was preceded in death by her parents; sister Vickie Friesen; brother Terry Koehn and Daughter in Law Patricia Smith.
A memorial service is planned for a later date at First Church of God
Petersen Funeral Home Newton, Kansas
I will miss you Peggy Eason.
You where a special friend to me.
I remember you liked funnel cakes and I would bring you one when fair came to town.
Peggy I miss you so much we will always be friends forever.Rest in peace you can breathe again. Wait for me I will see you again some day on the other side. Love your friend forever Deanna Nash.
Grandma you were amazing lady I love you then words could ever express. You are deeply missed by everyone. I will tell you everyone talks about your spunky attitude and your smile. I can tell you I miss your laugh and the fact you were always on my side. I MISS YOU. Love you grandma see you one day.
Peggy I love you and miss you. You have been a very good friend to me. I will see you again one day. Rest in peace.
It was such a pleasure taking care of such a beautiful soul. I will forever hold the memories in my heart. Definitely someone who was full of so much love and life. Rest easy ❤️
Praying God gives the family the strength to get through this difficult times.
Robert, Bill, Gaylan, Gary and Family, Peggy was such a caring and thoughtful lady. She was a wonderful cook (her brownies were delicious) and a great sense of humor (there were countless times she would crack me up, then we would get the giggles!). Peggy had great faith…she loved the Lord. I could fill up many pages with memories about her many talents, tender heartedness, giving spirit, She was a wonderful friend and Sister in Christ.
You and your family are in our prayers .
With Sincere Sympathy,