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Peggy Lee Sulfaro

January 25, 1942 – Dec. 8, 2017


SulfaroPeggy Lee Sulfaro, age 75 of Monroe, passed away peacefully on December 8, 2017, at 9:56 a.m. surrounded by her loved ones at ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital.  She had been ill for the past 8 years with her health declining rapidly over the past year.

   Born January 25, 1942 in Monroe, Michigan, she was the daughter of the late Robert “Bob” and Margaret (Koch) West.  Peggy married the love of her life, Frank J. Sulfaro on December 30, 1960, at First Presbyterian Church in Monroe.  Together they became the parents to four children and the grandparents to nine grandchildren.

   Peggy graduated from Monroe High School and loved spending time with her family, grandchildren, and friends.  She enjoyed getting together with the “girls” from her card club who were some of her dearest friends, going to the show, and going to different restaurants.  At one time she was an avid bowler and softball player.

   Peggy’s sense of humor was contagious to those around her.  No matter what the occasion, she made them all fun with her unique and creative ways.  Holidays were always a special time that the family looked forward to, knowing she always had some sort of surprise planned.  There was never a dull moment when Peggy was around.  She brought a touch of laughter to all she did.

   Surviving are her loving husband, Frank; her four children, Terri (Jack Schroeder) Sulfaro, Chris (Jenni) Sulfaro, Ted (Jamie) Sulfaro, and Dan (Lisa) Sulfaro, all of Monroe; and her nine grandchildren: Marissa, Tiara, Alexa, Anthony, Sabrina, Daniel, Jenna, Zachary, and Nicholas.

   As per her wishes, there will not be any services.  Rupp Funeral Home is assisting the family.  Memorial contributions can be made directly to the family.

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2 Responses to Peggy Lee Sulfaro

  • Denise Braden says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Peggy. She was always such a pleasure to be around. I’m sorry she was in poor health these past years. She’s out of pain now and at peace. Call me Terri if you want, I don’t have your phone number or I’d call you. Your in my prayers.
    Love, Denise Braden

  • Tim M. says:

    Breaks my heart to hear this news! I loved our chats and her sense of humor, and i’ll always think of her when I smell the scent of roses. Love you peggy! Sorry for your loss, Frank. You’re both in my thoughts.

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