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Peggy  Cochran Memorial
Peggy  Cochran Memorial

Peggy Cochran

Peggy Cochran

Tuesday, August 18th, 2020

Peggy Joyce Cochran, age 73, passed away August 15, 2020 at home in Burlington.  She was born November 29, 1946 in Watertown, South Dakota to Harvey and Lydia (Eccles) Fish.

After meeting Vincent, the couple lived in several states before making Skagit Valley their home.  Peggy enjoyed decorating, flowers arranging, and “finding treasures” with her best friend, Sherry.  Peggy found the most joy in being with her family and friends.

Peggy is survived by her children, Mishelle (Trino) Bojorguez of Maryetta, California, Foster “Mick” (Josie) Cochran of Centralia, Washington, Jami Still of Temecula, CA, Nilsine (David) Harris of Winthrop, WA; seven grandchildren; five great grandchildren; siblings, Alma Lennox of Clear Lake, WA, Betty Sauers of Seattle, WA, Georgia Sanders of Concrete, WA, Mary Moore of Phoenix, Arizona, Harvey Fish of Sedro-Woolley, WA, numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Vincent Cochran; brother, Donn Fish.

A Graveside Service will be held at 11:00, Saturday, August 22, 2020 at the Forest Park Cemetery, Concrete, WA, Pastor Bruce Martin presiding.  Share your memories of Peggy and sign the online guest register.

Guestbook

  • Emily Molina [SWIC]

    My heart aches at the loss of such grand person. I met Peggy when I became part of a great club that met once a month and during those meetings she talked proudly and with so much love when she shared about her family and her life adventures. I admired her classiness and how she always held herself, very regal. I am honored and blessed to have known you.
    Peggy we are sure going to miss you.

  • Tracy Compton

    I am so sorry for your loss. I met Peggy at the pool where I taught several of her water fitness classes. She was such a beautiful lady-always impeccably dressed with her hair perfectly done-even at the aquatic center. She always talked about her family-especially her grandchildren.
    Peggy was in my last class before we closed down and I was really looking forward to seeing her again. We always talked about clothes and shoes and shopping and bargains. We even had some of the same items of clothing that we had purchased years ago on sale 🙂 I will miss her. My prayers to her family and friends.

  • Mickey and John Zitkovich

    Georgia, we are so very sorry to hear of the passing of your sweet sister Peggy. She was always so kind and pleasant to be around. We pray the peace and comfort of the Lord reigns down on the whole family during this difficult time.