Peggy Sue (Anderson) Lang

Peggy Sue (Anderson) Lang

Peggy Sue (Anderson) Lang, 62, passed away July 15, 2020.  She was born to Milo Gene Baldree and Nancy Bromley on July 31, 1957 in Jackson Michigan. Her family moved to Kansas where she attended schools in Lawrence, KS. She later moved to Topeka, Kansas where she birthed her daughter Shannon Miller (Travis) who survives her death. Other survivors include her sister Laurie Streit of Kansas, her brother David Rinke of Kansas, one niece of Kansas, one niece in North Carolina, and two nieces in Georgia. She has grandchildren whom she loves dearly in Topeka, Lyndon, and Oklahoma.  She spent a number of years living in Lyndon, KS and had many family members there as well along with family in Michigan and Oklahoma.  She spent a number of years living in Lyndon, KS and had many family members there as well.  She recently moved back to Topeka, KS and was starting a new journey for herself.  Preceding her in death, was her two parents Milo Gene Baldree and Nancy Bromley. As well as her sister Linda Anderson of North Carolina. She has grandchildren whom she loves dearly in Topeka, Lyndon, and Oklahoma. 

Peggy always considered her close friends her family.  Dan and Lori are 2 special friends that spent quality time with her in her final days. It was evident throughout her life that Peggy had an avid love for animals, specifically her dogs. She cared deeply for her pets and saw them as her companions.  One of the activities she enjoyed the most was reading.  She always preferred to be outdoors and when she was unable to be outside she enjoyed listening to music, sewing, and cooking.  Those of us who knew Peggy, knew she had a sweet tooth. She ended countless nights with a bowl of cake and ice cream and she was not opposed to starting her day with sweets for breakfast. She was also a free spirit and often had moments of dancing like no one was watching. Her journey has been filled with hard knocks, but God knows who his strongest fighters are and he never gives up on them.  

In her final day, of her 365 Daily Devotional, Jesus Calling the page book marked states - Keep Walking with Me along the path I have chosen for you.  Your desire to live close to Me is a delight to My heart.  I could instantly grant you the spiritual riches you desire, but that is not My way for you.  Together we will  forge a pathway up the mountain.  The journey is arduous at times, and you are weak.  Someday you will dance light-footed on the high peaks; but for now, your walk is often plodding and heavy.  All I require of you is to take the next step, clinging to My hand for strength and direction.  Though the path is difficult and the scenery dull at the moment, there are sparkling surprises just around the bend.  Stay on the path I have selected for you.  It is truly the path of Life.  

You will show me the path of life; in Your presence is fullness of joy; at Your right hand are pleasures forevermore. -Psalm 16:11 NKJV

In honoring Peggy’s request a cremation took place and was handled by Angels Above Cremation Services.

Memorial contributions may be made to Helping Hands Humane Society of Topeka, KS or Valeo Foundation in Topeka, KS.

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