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Official Obituary of: Margaret E. (Grosz) Brown, 96, on November 30, 2021

Margaret E. (Grosz) Brown, 96, on November 30, 2021

NORTH ATTLEBORO – Margaret Ellie (Grosz) Brown, age 96, of North Attleboro passed away on Thursday, November 30, 2021 at Madonna Manor after a short illness.  Born in Adams, MA on February 20, 1925, she was the daughter of the late Adam Grosz and Ellie (Dupuis) Grosz.  During her senior year at Adams High School, she and her family moved to North Attleboro where she resided the rest of her life.

Peggy started working at Manufacturer’s National Bank and retired from Bay Bank after 32 years.  After retiring from the bank she missed seeing people and went to work at the Town of North Attleboro Treasurer’s Office until she was 74.

Peggy enjoyed the ocean, doing puzzles, a good game of cribbage and her favorite card game of Quiddler.  She liked talking on the phone, watching the birds and chipmunks on her patio and she especially enjoyed raising a glass with a friend.

She is survived by her two daughters, Karen A. Egan and Linda J. Bell both of North Attleboro.  She was predeceased by her siblings John Grosz of Washington, Max Grosz of Alabama, William Grosz and Mary Grosz both of North Attleboro.

Services will be private with burial at South View Cemetery in North Adams, MA under the direction of Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.

In lieu of flowers, should friends desire, donations in her memory may be made to Lenore’s Pantry at town hall, 43 South Washington Street, North Attleboro, MA 02760 or to Hope Health Hospice, 1085 North main Street, Providence, RI 02904.

To sign an online guestbook for Peggy, please visit www.sperry-mchoul.com.

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  • Karen/Linda
    Our deep sadness upon learning of Mom’s passing
    Peg was one hell of a Lady, Co-Worker and dear friend
    Peace be with you Peg??
    Debi and Joe Clougherty❤️☘️

  • Peggy was a wonderful person with great values. And always very welcoming when someone stopped by to visit. She lived a long life that all of us could look up to be. She will be missed by many. May she rest in peace with her family members in North Adams MA. 

        Thomas   

  • Peggy was my mother’s best friend and, by extension, one of mine too. She was always there helping me deal with my mom’s dementia, providing an understanding shoulder to cry on, and was even there beside me when Mom passed away. 
    We loved to play cribbage, but rarely did I win. She was such a master of the game that my victories were few and far between. Peg taught my boyfriend Richard and I how to play Quiddler, and now that’s one of our favorite games too! 
    Peggy Brown crammed a whole lotta living into her 96 years, and I for one am grateful to have spent many of those years calling her my friend. Rest in the sweetest peace Peggy. I love you!

  • Karen and Linda  so sorry to hear about mom. We go back over 60 years and alot of stories. I’m so glad I went to see her last month. I still put salt on my mashed banana toast. My love and prayers to all. 

  • Mag, I want to thank you for all the good times I shared with you and Linda at your home! You even opened your home for my bridal shower with all the girls from the bank, which is where I met Linda. You always made me laugh, and to feel right at home. Thank you for the beautiful sweater sets you made for my grandchildren! Sending all my Love and Hugs with you to your final resting place.  RIP my friend,  I Love You!

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  1. Mag, I want to thank you for all the good times I shared with you and Linda at your home! You even opened your home for my bridal shower with all the girls from the bank, which is where I met Linda. You always made me laugh, and to feel right at home. Thank you for the beautiful sweater sets you made for my grandchildren! Sending all my Love and Hugs with you to your final resting place.  RIP my friend,  I Love You!

  2. Karen and Linda  so sorry to hear about mom. We go back over 60 years and alot of stories. I’m so glad I went to see her last month. I still put salt on my mashed banana toast. My love and prayers to all. 

  3. Peggy was my mother’s best friend and, by extension, one of mine too. She was always there helping me deal with my mom’s dementia, providing an understanding shoulder to cry on, and was even there beside me when Mom passed away. 
    We loved to play cribbage, but rarely did I win. She was such a master of the game that my victories were few and far between. Peg taught my boyfriend Richard and I how to play Quiddler, and now that’s one of our favorite games too! 
    Peggy Brown crammed a whole lotta living into her 96 years, and I for one am grateful to have spent many of those years calling her my friend. Rest in the sweetest peace Peggy. I love you!

  4. Peggy was a wonderful person with great values. And always very welcoming when someone stopped by to visit. She lived a long life that all of us could look up to be. She will be missed by many. May she rest in peace with her family members in North Adams MA. 

        Thomas   

  5. Karen/Linda
    Our deep sadness upon learning of Mom’s passing
    Peg was one hell of a Lady, Co-Worker and dear friend
    Peace be with you Peg??
    Debi and Joe Clougherty❤️☘️

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