Margaret T. “Peggy” Egan, Longtime Cold Spring Resident, Dies

Margaret T. “Peggy” Egan, age 72, a longtime resident of Cold Spring, NY, died on Oct. 4, 2010 at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, NY.
Born in New York, NY, on April 9, 1938, she was the daughter of the late Peter and Bridget (McGarry) Flaherty. Mrs. Egan, a homemaker, was a Parishioner of Our Lady of Loretto Church in Cold Spring, NY, where she was very active with the activities committee, parish council, and served as past president of the Loretto School PTA. In later years she was employed as a clerk at the Butterfield Library in Cold Spring NY.
Survivors include her husband of 48 years, Charles Egan, of the home address; three sons, Charles Egan of Watertown, CT, Patrick Egan of Fairfield, CT, Peter Egan of Shrub Oak, NY; a daughter, Kathleen Howard of Poughkeepsie, NY;  two brothers, Peter Flaherty of Wappingers Falls, NY and Edward Flaherty of Queens, NY; five sisters, Kathleen Pascarella of Westfield, NJ, Mary Gray and Patricia Meyers, both  of Queens, NY, Nora Kinateder of Wappingers Falls, NY and Joan Klien of New York, NY; and six grandchildren, Patrick, Erin, Kasey, Charley, Emily and Sean.
A Mass of Christian burial will be held 10 AM, Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010 at Our Lady of Loretto Church, 24 Fair Street, Cold Spring, NY. Interment will follow in Cold Spring Cemetery. Friends are invited to call at the Clinton Funeral Home, Corner of Parrott & Pine Streets (21 Parrott Street), Cold Spring, NY 10516 on Thursday October 7th and Friday Oct. 8th from 2-4 and 7-9 PM.

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