Funeral Details


Funeral Details

Peggy Lauren Morrow

November 19, 1957 - November 29, 2019


Date and Time

Monday, December 2, 2019 at 11:00 AM


Chicago Jewish Funerals
Buffalo Grove Chapel
195 North Buffalo Grove Road
Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089


Rabbi Lisa Bellows


Waldheim Cemetery
1300 South Des Plaines Avenue, Gate 4
Forest Park, Illinois 60130
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Chicago Jewish Funerals-Buffalo Grove Chapel
195 North Buffalo Grove Road
Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089

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Following interment from 2:30PM until 5:30PM

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Memorial Contributions

Michael J. Fox Foundation


Peggy Lauren Morrow

Beloved sister of Sally Morrow Newton and Diane (Csaba) Kohalmi. Loving aunt of Robert (Aileen) Newton, James (Shannon) Newton, Andrew (Kathy Granger) Kohalmi and Laura (Greg) Kohalmi Guntz. Proud great-aunt of Ben and Tyler Newton, Riley and Tucker Newton, Madeline and Morgan Kohalmi, Brianna, Abby, Lily and Zach Guntz. Service Monday, 11 AM at Chicago Jewish Funerals, 195 North Buffalo Grove Rd., (one block North of Lake Cook Rd.) Buffalo Grove. Interment Waldheim. In lieu of flowers, memorials in her memory may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation, For service and shiva information contact Chicago Jewish Funerals ? Buffalo Grove Chapel - 847.229.8822,


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Dennis B

I worked and talked with Peggy weekly for the past two years on consultant projects. In fact it was not uncommon to talk 4 out of 7 days for quite awhile . We became friends. I am still in shock that she left us so
She was very strong and held on to a
vibrant life even with her challenges.
We had a few good laughs every week!
I just surprised her with a gift from Legal Seafood. I know she was very pleased with it just a few days ago. I am so glad I was able to get it to her this week. God Bless you Peggy.

Linda Asato

Dear Friends and Family of Peggy,
I knew Peggy when we were in the 7th and 8th grades at Gale School in Rogers Park. She and I shared common interests like going to the Cubs games and running for student council. Even though we went on to different high schools and colleges, we stayed in touch all these years. When I was living in Japan for one year, she visited me in Tokyo and we went to visit the temples in Kyoto together. She said it was an unforgettable trip. I'll always remember her lovely smile, sharp wit and sense of humor. She also was an avid reader with a terrific memory for detail. I will miss her very much.

Sandy Gregory

My condolences to Peggy's family--she always "bragged" about the youngsters (anyone younger than we were). I met many of you at Peggy's 50th birthday party. I'm so glad Peggy and I had a chance to talk for her birthday. We became friends at college and kept in touch all these years. We had some fun trips together. I was able to visit her when I took a trip to Illinois in July. I will miss her greatly...

Jeffrey Sacks

Remembering copying off of Peggyâ??s answers on our weekly readers in Kindergarten, her and Susie breaking up a fight I was in after school in 6th grade, and our Jewish education at Emanuel. Blessed be the one true judge.
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