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Nicole Coburn

Margaret (Peggy) Ann Butters

February 25, 1953 - January 17, 2021

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Margaret (Peggy) Ann ButtersOn January 17, 2021, my beautiful wife and best friend passed away at the age of 67. Her death was due to an aggressive form of cancer and she died peacefully at home.Peggy was born in Portland, Oregon on February 25, 1953 and moved to Salem in 1966. She was a 1971 graduate of North Salem High School where she met her husband, and they were married in 1973. Peggy and her husband spent the first three years...  see more
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  • Nicole Coburn
    Nicole Coburn added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Margaret (Peggy) Ann Butters:
  • Nicole Coburn
    In November I ran into Brian and Peggy while shopping at Costco. She was so excited about their upcoming trip to
    Wild Horse Casino in Pendleton. I always enjoyed how excited she got about her gambling trips and was lucky to go on a couple with
    her to...  more
  • Nicole Coburn
    But the hardest is having dad without you. But you asked me not to long ago, to make sure we take care of dad, keep him busy, get him hunting again. Not sure if you knew anything at that point. I’m so grateful we broke the rules at the hospital on...  more
  • Nicole Coburn
    I knew at some point I would have to write words about you. Never did I think it would be so soon. I hate that I never have you here for any births of your great grandchildren or weddings of your grandkids. You should be here to experience these...  more
  • Gloria Kroske
  • Gene Mostoller
    Peggy was my best friend all thru Junior High and High School. We would walk to and from each others house all the time and think nothing of it, even tho' it was quite a long way. We picked strawberries and beans together and that's where we would meet...  more
  • Melissa Rodea
  • Brian Butters
    Over fifty years ago, I met a young girl who captivated me with her smile and long beautiful legs. Little did I know that was the beginning of a wonderful journey that would last all these years. As I lay her to rest, I am both heartbroken that she...  more
  • Brian Butters