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Margaret (Peggy) Moan LeLacheur

Margaret (Peggy) Moan LeLacheur of Brighton, Ma and Milford, MA died at the age of 67 peacefully but unexpectedly at home with her family Saturday February 25, 2017. Survived by the love of her life of 43 years Robert G. LeLacheur Sr. of Milford Ma. Born in Newton, Ma and raised in Brighton, Ma she was the daughter of late Richard and Ileana Moan. She was a devoted mother of 3. Leaving behind daughters Nicole LeLacheur-Carter, Danielle LeLacheur and only son Robert G LeLacheur Jr. She also leaves behind her best friend and beloved only grandchild Sadie Marie Carter. She was 1 of 4 children, sister to Jane M. Doherty and husband Dennis Doherty of Wayland, younger brothers Richard H Moan Jr. and wife Denise Moan of Shrewsbury, Ma and youngest brother Ronald M Moan and wife Patricia of Glastonbury, CT. Although in-laws, Peggy loved them like her own siblings.  Jean LeLacheur Koumantzelis and husband John Koumantzelis of Lowell, Ma. Beverly Chief of Police, John LeLacheur and wife Frances of Wenham, Ma. She leaves behind a number of nieces and nephews who loved her as much as she loved them. She graduated from St. Columbkille’s High school in 1967 and took classes at Northeastern University. For 20+ years she worked as a sales representative for Food Equipment & Design Brighton Ma. With perseverance and her well-known grit she became the first female outside sales representative at that time in the company’s history.  Peggy loved to ski. She was a member of the Wedeln ski club in North Conway NH from 1970-1980. This is where she met the love of her life. Peggy had a contagious personality, to know her was to love her. Her beauty and outstanding personality was why she was voted Miss Interclub of 1974. Peggy’s whole life was her family. She lived for them as they did for her.  She loved to watch cooking shows with her only Granddaughter, Sadie. Her legacy of showering her loved ones with food and love will be carried out by the next generation. Holidays filled with love and the abundance of food will live on. She loved the beach, spending summers on the Cape and in N.H with friends and family. Peggy was the biggest Patriots fan there was. She can go, happily know she witnessed the greatest Super bowl game ever played. Due to her history with design, she loved home renovations and interior design. She was always redoing a room, the house was ever changing, and it was her true passion. Another hobby Peggy enjoyed was knitting and sewing, she loved to knit hats and blanket for newborn babies in the hospital. Along with all of Peggy’s interests her most beloved was weekend trips away with her husband to Foxwoods. Even in death Peggy was giving back, she was able to donate her organs to the New England Organ Bank. Throughout her 3 children’s lives she took an active role in their education as a volunteer in all of the schools. As a grandmother Peggy made sure to instill a passion for learning and reading in Sadie, they spent countless hours talking about math and science and what it meant to be a strong and confident woman. She loved that Sadie was so interested in science and math and we hope to carry on that legacy. In lieu of flowers we have set up a Memorial fund to foster love and learning through math and science.

A funeral home service will be held Saturday,March 4, 2017 at 12 noon at the Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. Calling hours will be held prior to funeral home services from 10 A.M. to 12 noon at the funeral home.

Guest Book

Dear Bobby, so sorry to read of Peggy's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
With sympathy Sue (LeLacheur) & Jeff

My deepest sympathy to you and your family. May Margaret be resting in the arms of the Lord and may the sweet Mother,Mary comfort you and your family.
Paula Kelley and Phyllis Russell

What an amazing person Peggy was and what a remarkable life. Best neighbor that one can ask for. She will be missed and will remain in our hearts forever. I just wanted to let you know my thoughts and my prayers are with you and your family through this heartbreaking time.
Usha & Family

Our deepest condolences to the Le Lacheur family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
George and Sheila Kudlacik

Dear Nicole, we were so sad to hear about your Mom. Our condolences are with you, Sadie, and your entire family. You've got a wonderful chlorinated network behind you. Wish we could come pay our respects in person. Sending lots of love and hugs, Sue, Jim, Katie, and all the Cashins
Sue Cashin

Sending my deepest sympathy to you, Sadie and your family in this most painful time. I don't have the words, but truly understand this is one of the most difficult things in life. From the description of your Mom, she has passed on such great qualities to you and you have done her proud in reflecting her grace. May you all find comfort in the memories that have been created through the years. "FOOTPRINTS", You are being carried.
Nadine Johnson-Jesionek

My goodness, look at that beautiful smile! A reflection of a gentle and loving soul. No doubt, Peggy is now in God's loving arms. We are sure that He will grant unto her eternal peace. With utmost sympathy, Deborah & Michael Del Colliano
Deborah and Michael Del Colliano

My condolences to Rob and family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Jim Kane

Bob,Nicole, Danielle Robbie Sadie, We were so sorry to hear of Peggy's passing. We have so many happy memories of her. Hold the memories close to your hearts. She will be missed. Love, Aunt Lynne and Uncle Clyde
Aunt Lynne and Uncle Clyde

Such a beautiful woman and beautiful family. Sending many prayers and love to all.
Rebecca Ercoli

Words cannot say how sorry and heartfelt I am so hear about Peggy's passing. She was one great lady and I will always remember her and the wonderful memories we shared. You are all in my heart and prayers have been said. Love to all, Patti Julian
Patti julian, Salem, Ma

Nicole & Sadie and the Le Lacheur family - my deepest condolences on the loss of your beautiful wife, mom & grandmother to Sadie. Thinking of you and praying for Peggy and your family.
Jennifer Dempsey

See you sat rob your in are hearts and prayers ❤️🙏🏻 Crystal and I send much love. she has had a special connection with you from the first day she met you that only you two can understand . And I have grown to love you like a brother and always look forward to seeing you . And again sorry for your loss we are here for you . Love Pete and crystal goyette 🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️
Peter goyette

My deepest condolences to the whole family,My prayers are with all of you
Bob Crotty

Truly a special lady who made everyone who walked through the front door feel welcomed-she will be missed and my thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Jen (Kaska) Fournier

Our deepest sympathy to your family. We are so sorry for the pain you are all in. Prayers...
Sally & Mike Kaska

Sending my deepest condolences to all family members. My spirt will be with you through this difficult time. Your good friend Steve K.
Stephen Kissinger

I will love you forever and miss you always!! You were my best friend and I am who I am because you were who you were! Thanks for everything MOM!!! 💙
Robert G. Le Lacheur Jr.

My deepest condolences to everyone close to Peggy. My heart aches for your children and granddaughter. May your smile and love of life live on through them.
Erin E Keefe & Family

I can't begin to imagine your pain. Let memories of the times you shared give you comfort. Her life was rich because of all of you.
Caroline Coy

Thinking of you all and wishing you our deepest condolences.
Zach and Elsy

Thoughts and prayers to all.
Sandy and Ed Morrissette

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