Peggy Jean Davis – Georgetown (formerly of Aliquippa)

Peg Davis, 86, of Georgetown PA, formerly of Aliquippa, PA, passed peacefully to her heavenly home Friday, May 1st, at Good Samaritan Hospice, Beaver, PA.

Peg was the daughter of Howard D. Hutton Sr. and Dorothy (McCoy) Hutton Aliquippa, PA.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Howard D. Hutton, Jr. (Coach Hutton) and grandson, Eric Lloyd Patterson.

She is survived by 4 generations of loving and close knit family. Three children: Michelle (Rick) Patterson of Hookstown, Richard Davis, Aliquippa, and Sharon (Martin) Mackall, Georgetown. 4 grandchildren: Michael (Erin) Patterson, Erin Patterson(Eric’s wife), Daniel Mackall (fiancé Mia), Amanda Mackall (fiancé Lowell). 4 great grandchildren: Sarah, Hannah, David, Patterson and Tyler Flowers. A great granddaughter: Celina Whitlow. Sister-in-law, Karen Hutton and several beloved cousins, nieces and nephews.

A special cousin, Suzy McCoy and cherished childhood friend, Gloria McConnell, we’re very dear to her.

Peg was well known and liked by so many after serving a long career working at several different area post offices. She retired as a post office clerk in Georgetown.

Most of her life was spent in service careers and volunteer projects to help others. She served as one of the first Girl Scout leaders in the South Side Area. She loved the water. Boating and swimming were among her favorite activities. She taught swimming lessons at the Sewickley YMCA and other area community pools. She was a secretary for the Methodist Church of Aliquippa and Hanover Church in Clinton. She served as school board secretary and elementary aide for the South Side School district. Peg loved to be social. She belonged to and was a helper in a number of various clubs and organizations. She was a long time member of the South Side Area Senior Citizens Shippingport and former TOPS group at Mt. Olivet church. She looked forward to lunching with a group of school friends, many from her 1952 graduating class of Hopewell High School, where she studied business and was a majorette.

She enjoyed going with family and friends to the Georgetown Methodist Church.

Honoring her wishes and due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, there will be no viewing. A memorial service for Peg will be held at a future date when it’s once again safe to assemble.

Memorial tributes and memory messages may be made on McConnell Funeral Home web site so the family can create a cherished remembrance journal.

Cremation services by McConnell Funeral Home, 447 Pine Street, Hookstown, PA

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