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Peggy Lee Ober

March 12, 1952 August 20, 2009
Peggy Lee Ober
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Peggy Lee Ober, 57 was born in Worthington, Minnesota on March 12, 1952 the daughter of Robert and Fern (Holm) Morrison.  She grew up in Worthington and graduated from high school in 1970. Peggy married Otto Ober on May 23, 1980 in Sioux Falls, SD.  She was employed at the Windom Schools in the food service program until her illness kept her from working.  She enjoyed spending time with family and friends, doing plastic canvas, making blankets for grandchildren.  Back in the day she truly enjoyed watching her children in horse shows.  Peggy died on Thursday August 20, 2009 at the Sunset Cottage in Worthington.
             Peggy is survived by her husband Otto of Wilder, MN;  children James (Darla) Radmaker of Hector, MN, Larry (Robin) Ober of Rushmore, MN, Tanya (Dan) Wagner of Worthington, MN, Tena (Steve) Green  of Virginia Beach, VA,  Tammy (Chad) Meyer, Wilder, MN,  Otto “Buddy” Ober of Wilder, MN, and Teri Ober  along with fiancé David Marsh of Chesapeake, VA. Grandchildren, Jada Jo, Tyler, Cody, Jasmine, Alan, Aaden, Brady, Dylan, Eli, Chance, Kenny, Lilly, Hailey, Shyann, and Peyton.  Brother Rick (Cyndi) Morrison of Brewster, MN;  Sisters, Betty Paine with special friend Ronald Reynolds of Worthington, MN, ,  Pat (Bill) Smith of Rushmore, MN, and Carol Bryngelson of Worthington, MN.

             She is preceded in death by her parents, brother in laws Orville Paine, Brad Bryngelson, and one grandson Zachary.

             Memorial services will be at 2:00 pm on Sunday August 23, 2009 at the Benson Funeral Home Chapel in Worthington with Pastor Art Miller Officiating.


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