Margaret “Peggy” Christine Lowenstein

October 21, 1942 - December 15, 2021
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On December 15th, 2021, Margaret “Peggy” Lowenstein passed away after experiencing complications from a long-term heart condition. Born in Berkeley California and a longtime resident of San Mateo, she is survived by her sons Karl and Kevin Lowenstein. Peggy loved caring for people and helping others and she studied to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse.Continue Reading

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James Bell aka Buddy left a message on October 2, 2022:
I'm harrt broke to learn that peg passed away. I spoke to her in 2019 I think it was and she told me she was I'll and I better come and see her. I never made it. I'm sure she is with Leroy and my mom Carol bell and all the others we lost to soon. I'll share a story when I was young we moved from Millbrae CA to San Mateo into the Hillsdale garden apartments. We hadn't been there long and we had some family over. When that happened my dad and uncles and aunts could play guitars and sing classic country songs. That night they played a song called beautiful brown eyes at least ten times. The song goes beautiful beautiful brown eyes beautiful beautiful brown eyes beautiful beautiful brown eyes I'll never Love blue eyes again that's the opening, well the next morning I woke up to Peggy out front of her place singing beautiful beautiful bullshit. I loved her from that day forward. Karl and Kevin and I became great friends and I've tried to stay in touch over the years. In fact my grandson, Everett shares the same birthday as Karl 8/13 I thought that was really special. Karl and Kevin and all the lowenstein family, my deepest condolences !!!! I'm harrt broke for your loss. 279-279-0551 I'd love to hear from you two any time I live in Sacramento. Take care and God bless !!!!! R.i.p Peggy Buddy bell loves you to the moon and back.
Marji Fields left a message on January 26, 2022:
Aunt Peggy was a truly sweet lady. I had the pleasure of knowing her thru my son Matthew and the earlier years being with Arnie. I hope she is flying high with Leroy and Arnold and Gramma Lowenstein. God bless her and her boys and the rest of the family. My deepest sympathies. Luv, Marji Fields (Matthews mom)
Alyce Glass Claiborne left a message on January 7, 2022:
In memory of Margaret Christine "Peggy" Lowenstein, Alyce Glass Claiborne lit a candle
Alyce Glass Claiborne left a message on January 7, 2022:
I was deeply saddened with the news Aunt Peggy’s passing!!! Aunt Peggy was loving, and a very special person!!! I hope she will be re-united with Uncle Leroy. My thoughts are with you Karl, Kevin, and your families. ~Alyce Glass Claiborne ( Cody’s Mom)
Rocky Peruch left a message on January 6, 2022:
Very sorry for your loss. Cousin Peggy was such a wonderful person...Rocky
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Monica Barbuscia left a message on January 6, 2022:
I love you so much Aunt Peggy. I will miss you until we see each other again in Heaven. My heart breaks for you Karl and Kevin and your families. Your Mom was a special person.
Jeff Lowenstein left a message on January 6, 2022:
Peggy was a wonderful person and great lady. We did get a chance to talk in October, we had a good chat and her and my mom were able to talk too, so that is great to know they both got to say something to each other before they both left us. Hopefully they are both in heaven having fun together. Godspeed Peggy.
Sunset View Mortuary left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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