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Peggy Sue Bolden

1958 - 2018

Peggy Sue (McCullough) Bolden, 60, of Hepburn St., Milton passed away on November 28, 2018 at her home.  Born in Lewisburg on February 14, 1958, she was the daughter of the late Russell and Martha (Hartley) Mull. Peggy was the loving companion of John “Orville” Doane.

 

Peggy was a 1976 graduate of Milton High School.  She worked at JPM in Lewisburg and at the Arrowhead in Milton.  She was a social member of the Montandon American Legion, the VFW in Milton and the Eagles in Milton.  She liked to watch Old Western movies, Elvis movies, and The Big Bang Theory. Peggy was a fan of Penn State, the Philadelphia Eagles and Phillies. She enjoyed gardening and Christmastime.  Peggy was a fun, honest beautiful woman who spoke her mind.  She loved her family and friends, especially her grandchildren.  Peggy stayed strong until the very end.

 

She is survived by her partner, Orville; a daughter, Amber Bolden of New Market, TN; a son, Jeremy Bolden of Altoona; a sister, Deb Johnson of Montandon; four brothers, Scott Mull of Montandon, David Mull of Watsontown, Keith Mull of West Milton, and Rusty McCullough of Northumberland; four grandchildren; five half sisters; and her special friend, Carole Panaski.

 

Services will be held privately.

Condolences

Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your family member and friend. Words can not express the pain and sorrow you may feel. The God of all comfort understands your pain and is near to those brokenhearted and crushed. He will be a source of comfort to you at this difficult time.- Psalms 34:18; 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. May your hearts find peace and comfort from all those around you.

Amber and Russ so sorry to read about Peggy we sure had a lot of fun at JPM.didnt know you guys had moved. im at Lewisburg Hertiage House .stay well and think of all your good memories.Thats what I do Frank will soon be gone 12 years.miss seeing you guys .

Lots of memories from when we were kids. She was so sweet & nice then and remained that way all of her life. So sorry for your loss.

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