Peggy Colleen Perciasepe
June 27th 1959- June 7th 2021
Peggy passed away peacefully on June 7, 2021, at the age of 61 at Princess Margaret Hospital in the Palliative Care Unit. Predeceased by her mother Isabel McLean Olesen (February 22, 1977), and Sister Diane Surkos (December 29, 2016).
Loving mother to her children Elyse and Jonathan and son-in-law Hugh Darlington. Beloved daughter and sister of Ejnar Olesen, Donna, Linda, and brother-in-law Michael and Bruno. Warm friend to many, including the father of her children Frank. Peggy was so many things to so many people, aunt, great-aunt, cousin, who loved and cherished her.
Peggy loved going to Blue Jays games with her family, enjoyed creating art, dragon boating with RBC in her younger years, and writing poetry. She had such a passion for life and loved to travel with her family and friends. She loved her job at Sparkrock and her colleagues and clients. Peggy will be fondly remembered by everyone whose life she touched with her infectious smile, laugh, and her free spirit that would light up any room she was in.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation:
(option 1). Please ensure the Fund Allocation is directed to the Elizabeth and Tony Comper MPN Program Fund.
If you would like to send a card with your donation, cards can be sent to the following recipients:
Elyse (Darlington) Perciasepe (Daughter) – [email protected]
Jonathan Perciasepe (Son) – [email protected]
Linda Long (Sister) – [email protected]
While we wish we could invite everyone, due to restrictions we are limited to the amount of people that can come in person. Nevertheless we do have online streaming capabilities for the service. Please see link below:
We will be celebrating Peggy in colours as she was a vibrant soul! So wear whatever you wish colour wise and let’s celebrate her life to the fullest.
For those who have been contacted to join in person the service will start at 12 noon on July 10, 2021. If space opens up for in person later we will advise accordingly.
Thank you for your understanding, thoughts, prayers, and generosity during this difficult time.