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Sheryl Kovalik

Margaret Murphy Bicknell (Peggy)

February 04, 1932 - October 14, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Margaret Murphy Bicknell (Peggy). Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
Peggy Bicknell, age 88. of Lincoln. formerly of Lexington. died October 14, 2020 peacefully with family which she dearly loved.  She is survived by her loving husband of 67 years, Robert; and  by her daughter Sheryl and husband Dr. John Kovalik jr., and their daughters Alli and Tasha; her son David and his wife Donna and their daughter, Kara and Husband Michael Winkler and daughter  Chloe and son Mason; and their son Brian and his wife...  see more
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  • Denise  Schlener
    Peggy and Bob, aka and always, Mr.& Mrs. Bicknell, opened their home and hearts to me (and an occasional dog) more times than I can remember. But I do remember the rich conversations about life and career (and occasional grammatical correction --...  more
  • Daphne Gowland
    Hello Bicknell Family,
    I loved watching the service- thank you so much for recording and sharing it. Peggy and Bob meant so much to my Mom (Millie Stevens). She loved them dearly as lifelong friends and I think of them as family. They are my brother...  more
  • Barbara Duquet
    It was always special to me that Peggy included me in the family as the "outlaw". The memorial service was special and created a wonderful picture of her life. Sweet journeys, Peggy...
    Love to all,
    Barbara
  • Bonnie Liu
    Thank you for the opportunity to participate in Peggy’s memorial service. What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful person! It’s clear that family was important to Peggy, and also to Bob and all of the Bicknells. I was so touched by Bob’s telling...  more
  • Caroline Jacobs
    The memorial service was a beautiful tribute to Peggy. I knew her best through the memoir-writing group at The Commons. She had a wonderful way of sharing her memories in an honest and amusing way. It was a privilege to have known her.
  • Elaine Smith
    Elaine Smith

    I so appreciated meeting Peggy at the Rehab a few years ago, where her warm and delightful presence invigorated Howard and myself. Knowing her at that time and since at Russell was a delight for both Howard and me.
  • Pam Schlieper
    What a wonderful tribute to Peggy! I so enjoyed all the photos and it was a treat to see her journey through life with family and friends. She is so missed by all but has left a wonderful legacy behind. Thank you Sheryl for sending. ❤️
  • Ann Hodgman
    I probably met Peggy for the first time when I represented Bob's Vermont Bicknell family at their high school graduation in Ridgewood, NJ. it was an exciting time for me since I had never been that near the Big City. They made me feel very...  more
  • David Carroll
    Phyllis & Davis Carroll
    Remembering .....
  • Alison Donnelly
    What a beautiful service for Peggy! I remember the first time I met Peggy and Bob (way before marrying Kyle) and how welcome they both made me feel. And through the years, at Donnelly gatherings, I so enjoyed my conversations with Peggy. I looked...  more
  • Mel Bernstein
    Thank you for this beautiful service that provided an opportunity to know Peggy at another level beyond what we knew at the Commons. Mel and Laura Bernstein
  • Kathy Sargeant
    Peggy always had a way of making you, as an individual, feel important. Always listening to everything you wanted to say. Drawing you out. Always entertaining and the most excellent host. Just so fun to be around. Heaven is richer.
  • Kathy Sargeant
  • Fabrizio Bonanni
    In the past fifty years, we shared so many memories with Peggybob. Here is a tiny selection of happy times we will never forget.
    Fabrizio and Lorraine
  • Ann Poskas
    I remember going to Lexington to see Bob and Peg. They were so kind, and welcoming to a little kid! They allowed me to call them by their first names, instead of uncle and aunt, and that made me feel special. Peg was so approachable! I will always...  more
  • Sheryl Kovalik
    I chose this photo to recall a very happy time when she and Dad visited us and we went on a foliage tour. We stopped here at the base of Mount Washington for pictures.