Peggy Ross

Beautiful Wife, Mother, Sister and Grandmother who will be greatly missed by all.

Peggy Jane Ross, 71, of California, PA, previously of Fort Myers Florida, died peacefully Saturday after a year long battle with Lung Cancer on March 26, 2016 in her new home with her children by her side.

She was born Saturday, October 7, 1944, in Erie, PA, the daughter of the late Carl and Mildred (Bailey) Hannah.

In addition to her parents Peggy was preceded in death by her daughter, Rebecca Lynn “Becky” Meyerink; infant twins, Brian and Nadine Michalak; son, Ronald Paul Michalak, Jr.; paternal grandparents, Louis and Margaret (Adell) Hannah; maternal grandparents, Harry and Georgia Bailey; stepfather, Mertin Darker; brothers, Richard “Dick” Hannah & Annamae Meyerink, sister.

Left to cherish her memory is her loving husband of 31 years, Wirt Chandler Ross, in addition are her children, Cindy Dziuba of Warren, PA, Renee Walmsley (Maines) and husband Thomas Maines of California, PA, Shannon Hannah, Jr and wife Stacey. of Waterford, PA, Jennie Hannah of Erie, PA; brothers, Jack Hannah and wife Pat, Alex Hannah and wife Marilyn all of Northeast, PA, sisters, Geraldine Vickey, Laura Flasher, Donna Hannah all from Youngsville, PA, and Rose Nuhfer and husband Kenneth of Clarendon, PA. Also surviving are 25 grandchildren, Howard Thomas “T.J.” Walmsley, Jr and wife Christina., Brandon Walmsley and wife Meredith, Johnathan Thomas Maines, Lucy Renee Maines, Nathan Bauman and wife Alecia, Peggy Sproveri and husband Joe, Gary Bauman, Jr. and wife Brittany, Nina Rose Michalik, Jorja Marie LoomisHannah,ChristinaWinkelbauer, and wife Jeanette, Faith Winkelbauer, Grace Winkelbauer, Rebecca, Katie, Elizabeth and Charles Jr Meyerink of Warren, PA, Amber Jaimes, Aiden Jaimes and Shakil Jones Jr. all of Fort Myers Florida and two very special grand daughters whom she loved so deeply and played a huge part in their lives, Jaimie and Kendra Torres of Fort Myers Florida and 17 great grand children.

Peggy had a deep love for her husband, her children, grand children, great grand children and her brothers and sisters. Her family meant everything to her. The memories she made with each and every one of them will be cherished for ever. Peggy has asked “please don’t cry because I’m gone; instead be happy that I was here. Its ok to cry just a little as I did pass away. Always remember all of our good times and keep me in your hearts. My love and memories for all of you will be with me for eternity. Today I am happy, I am no longer sick or in pain. Thank you for the memories. You truly made my life complete. In you’re hearts I hope I remain, that special memory that puts a smile upon your face. Always remember you will see me in your dreams”.

Peggy’s last wishes were to have a memorial where all her family and friends would come and rejoice about her life. She wished that everyone would try to be happy, wear bright colors and share their love of God for her and her family.

Peggy always loved flowers so if you feel in your heart to send them for her celebration of life please do.

A memorial service will be held in Warren, PA. At the Grace United Methodist Church , 501 Penn Avenue East, Warren, PA 16365 on on Friday, April 1, 2016 at 1:00 p.m.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Mariscotti Funeral Home, Inc., Anthony N. Mariscotti, Supervisor, 323 Fourth Street, California, PA.