Margaret “Peggy” Guzik


Margaret “Peggy” Guzik (Higson) passed away on Monday March 31, 2014 at Virtua Hospital in MT. Holly, NJ.
The self proclaimed “city girl” was born in Philadelphia, PA on January 18, 1941. After she married her husband, Walter A. Guzik Sr, she moved to Delran, NJ where she spent the remainder of her life with her husband and family.
Over the years, Peggy spent much of her free time being active on the Delran Board of Education and in the PTA.
She enjoyed spending time crocheting scarves and blankets. She loved spending time in Cape May, NJ with her husband and friends.
Margaret is predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Marguerite Higson (Jones), her brother, Buddy and son, Walter A. Guzik, Jr. (Skip).
Surviving are her husband, Walter A. Guzik, Sr., her son, John Guzik and wife, Linda, daughter, Theresa Reeves and husband, Joseph, daughter, Virginia Kerr and husband, Ronald, daughter, Michelle Cassey and husband, Harry, and her brother, John E. Higson and his wife Gloria.
Her legacy also includes her grandchildren, Joseph Guzik, Patrick and Amber Reeves, Lindsay, Jonathan, Hannah, and Sarah Guzik, Madeline Cassey, and Erin, Emily, and Elizabeth Kerr and many loving cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Come celebrate 73 great years Friday 6-8 p.m and Saturday 9-10 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside. Mass of Christian Burial, Saturday 10:30 a.m. at Parish of the Resurrection, St. Casimir Church, 502 New Jersey Ave, Riverside. Entombment Lakeview Cemetery, Cinnaminson. Donations in lieu of flowers to donations to the National Stroke Association, 9707 East Easter Lane, Suite B, Centennial Lane, CO 80112 will be appreciated.

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  1. Renee Hastings

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family
    Peggy touched everyone she came in contact with. I had the privilege to know her for past 5 years and she was a wonderful person. While working with her every Friday during the summer at 9am would sing On the way to cape may. She made you laugh , after each season of dancing with the stars she would say I am never going to watch it again then new season would start and she start complaining about the judges and she would say I just want to see what the judges going to do again. Every month she would tell Kim and I about her club night with her girl friends she would say I do not feel like going tonight and the next day we would ask did you have a good time and she would talk about great time she had we would just laugh because we knew next month would be the same. She loved her girls from the club.

    Peggy was so proud of her family and loved them very much she would brag about them every chance she got. Walt was her life and to see them together showed what true love was. I was talking to her couple weeks ago and she mentioned Walt asked her to do something and she said “I am a city girl” I could hear Walt in background making fun of her saying how long have you been out of the city.

    I will miss her , I love you Peggy. You are a true angel know looking down from heaven

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