Peggy (Hazel Johanne) Musgrove
August 14, 1930 - May 9, 2020
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Peggy (Hazel Johanne) Musgrove, age 89, passed away peacefully Saturday, May 9, 2020, surrounded by her family, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born August 14, 1930, in Garden City, Kansas, to Joseph Vyron (Pete) Collins and Hazel Hester Smalley. She married James Derald Musgrove on June 29, 1951, in Garden City. He…

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Terry & Ruthanne Hoggard left a message on May 16, 2020:
Ruthanne & I have enjoyed every moment that we shared with your mom and dad ... and we have some great memories. I spent most of my childhood in Wichita ...  so I have rich memories of camp, youth convention. church basketball games, great meals, and just silly fun. Ruthanne and I have spent most of our ministry years in Kansas as well. From our CBC internship in Baxter Springs and pastoring Valley Center, to serving as fully appointed AGWM World Missionaries ... Kansas-proud. Peggy was one person who we knew was praying for us & standing with us. She was still sharing her most recent thoughts with us and tweaking my life, which was totally fine with me. She invested in us, believed in us, and prayed for us. We loved her and she loved us... we always knew that. We are honored to be able to call her ... and your dad ... friends. Deeply grateful. Terry & Ruthanne
Linda Mishler Ecker left a message on May 14, 2020:
Sister Peggy will be missed by so many. I have known her all my life, starting in Wichita, Ks. in the 50's. She & Bro. Derald were a dynamic duo! Her ministry will surely be missed.
Glenda Hall left a message on May 13, 2020:
I was sorry to hear about Peggy .I remember being young at First Assembly . I thought she a warm Christian lady . I noticed she still loved her Savior even though she had cancer . May your family find strength in the days ahead.🙏❤🌷🌹
Gaylan Grant left a message on May 12, 2020:
I have a favorite Derald and Peggy story from back in 1979. I was pastoring in Derby, Kansas, and Derald and Peggy had become our very dear friends. We would often go down to the District office for meetings or just go to have lunch with them. One day I told Derald that "the rabbit had died." When Derald and Peggy left and got in the car, Derald said, "Bro. Gaylan is really upset about their pet rabbit dying. I didn't even know they had a rabbit." Peggy was already in the know, because Beverly had told her that she was pregnant. So she explained to Derald what the "rabbit died" actually meant. That became a standard greeting from Bro. Musgrove in the following years. I visited with Peggy recently and it was just a joy just to hear her voice and to know she was still a dear friend. We will miss her. My mom outlived her by ten years, but just went to heaven about three weeks ago. Heaven is looking better all the time.
Gaylan Grant left a message on May 12, 2020:
I have a favorite Derald and Peggy story from back in 1979. I was pastoring in Derby, Kansas, and Derald and Peggy had become our very dear friends. We would often go down to the District office for meetings or just go to have lunch with them. One day I told Derald that "the rabbit had died." When Derald and Peggy left and got in the car, Derald said, "Bro. Gaylan is really upset about their pet rabbit dying. I didn't even know they had a rabbit." Peggy was already in the know, because Beverly had told her that she was pregnant. So she explained to Derald what the "rabbit died" actually meant. That became a standard greeting from Bro. Musgrove in the following years. I visited with Peggy recently and it was just a joy just to hear her voice and to know she was still a dear friend. We will miss her. My mom outlived her by ten years, but just went to heaven about three weeks ago. Heaven is looking better all the time.
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