Mcguire, Margaret Ann

July 28, 2005

MARGARET ANN Mc GUIRE, 58, 8687 Larwin Lane, Orlando, Florida, died on July 25, 2005. "Peggy", as she was known, was born in Massillon, Ohio, but moved to the Hartford, Connecticut area when she was six years old. She graduated from Newington High School and obtained her teaching degree from Danbury State College (now known as Western Connecticut University) in 1969. She married her husband of 35 years, Terrence J. Mc Guire in 1970 and they relocated to Orlando in 1975. Peggy had a long and distinguished career as both a high school and middle school English teacher. She spent the last 23 years of her teaching career at St. Margaret Mary Catholic School in Winter Park, Florida. Peggy loved teaching, had a natural talent for it, and positively influenced the lives of a multitude of students. She was a tremendous wife to her husband Terry, and mother to her only child, Kerri Lynn. She was a friend to numerous others. Her zest for life and unbridled enthusiasm rubbed off on everyone she encountered. Peggy was also an active member of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church for the last 30 years. Peggy's parents, Richard Kohl and Regina Kohl Rouse, predeceased her. Surviving her are her husband, Terry, daughter, Kerri Lynn Cross (Sebastian) of Baltimore, Maryland, grandchild, Kylee Mc Guire, her brother, William R. Kohl of Kensington, Connecticut and her stepfather, William R. Rouse of Newport Richey, Florida. Visitation is scheduled at Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, 7520 Aloma Avenue, Winter Park, Florida from 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. on Thursday, July 28, 2005. The funeral mass will be held at 10:00 A.M. at St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, 526 North Park Avenue, Winter Park, Florida. Interment will take place at Glen Haven Memorial Park, 2300 Temple Drive, Winter Park, Florida. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute-Neuro Oncology Foundation, 2501 North Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32804.

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