In Memory

Peggy Poynter (Lynch)

Peggy Elaine Poynter Lynch, age 63, passed away on March 15, 2015 of Brazoria, Texas. Born March 24, 1952 in Houston, Texas, Peggy was the middle child of three children born to Henry and Sara Poynter. She had a great career with Greystar Asset Management that brought her many lifelong friends. She was a witty, caring, and strong willed person who dedicated the last 20 years or so to family members in their final years, including her mother Sara and her husband Benjamin. Peggy is survived by her daughter Kimberly Evans, son-in-law Brian Evans, and grandchildren Todd, Taylor and McKenzie; sister Janet Blackburn, brother-in-law Brent, nephew Cody; and brother Henry Poynter, sister-in-law Paula, niece Heather Garrett, her husband Roger, niece Stephanie Rawls, several great nieces and nephews; and her dog J Pearce.

There will be a non-traditional Memorial Service to celebrate the life of Peggy Lynch-Peggy style! The service will be held at Gulf Prairie Presbyterian Church, 231 Gulf Prairie Road, in Jones Creek, Texas at 1:00pm Saturday, March 28, 2015.

Her daughter says, "Gulf Prairie Cemetary is adjacent and it is where Stephen F. Austin, our ancestor, was originally buried before his body was moved. My mother was very proud of our heritage and she would be happy to know this is where we came together to honor her life. We welcome anyone to say words about Peggy, or as we say in our family "I have a Peggy story". In honor of Peggy we would love to see you wear a turquoise shirt, of course this is her favorite color. After the service we will have cake at her house that is in close proximity to the church to celebrate her birthday. We hope that you can celebrate her life with us.

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03/21/15 06:07 AM #1    

Barbara Johns (Bowles)

I remember Peggy Poynter from Lovett Elementary School days.  She always wore her hair in a ponytail.

03/23/15 09:15 AM #2    

David Hill

So sorry to hear of Peggy's passing ..My thought's and Prayer's are with your family


03/24/15 10:58 AM #3    

Pamela Brenner (Robinson)

Peggy was my first BEST friend and I loved her even though we haven't visited in many years. Today is her birthday and I have always 'thought' her a happy birthday wish every year ~ She was fun-loving and of course so beautiful. RIP dear Peggy. 

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