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Peggy Propst

Peggy Lucille Warmoth Propst

01/07/1934 - 10/19/2020
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Peggy Lucille Warmoth Propst, 86, passed away at her home on October 19, 2020. Born in Chester, S.C., on January 7, 1934, she was the daughter of the late, James Richard and the late, Fannie Bell Campbell Warmoth.

Mrs. Propst was a graduate of Kings College and retired as executive secretary for the Administration at University of North Carolina-Charlotte. She was well loved by her family and friends, especially her girlfriends who met for lunch every week. She was blessed with a positive attitude, a great sense of humor, and a true zest for life, all of which she readily shared with all.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sons, Steven Grant and Timothy Grant; her husbands, Hennis Grant and Michael Propst; six sisters and four brothers.

She is survived by her daughter-in-law, Angela Grant; grandchildren, Brandon Grant and Jessica Grant, all of Charlotte, NC; her brother, Bobby Gene Warmoth of Summerville, SC; many nieces and nephews who adored her.

Due to Covid, there will be no service at this time.

Condolences may be emailed to the family online at www.cabarrusfuneralandcremation.com
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Donna Carl

Posted at 11:02am
Just want to let Peggy's family know what a great and special friend she has been to me for many many years. I am one of Peggy's water aerobic friends. Peggy's sweet personality was enjoyed by all. I always looked forward to a funny birthday card from her!! She will truly be missed. Donna Carl
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Judy Greene

Posted at 11:36am
I learned to know Peggy during Water Aerobics at the SportsCenter in Concord. We made friends fast as Peggy was the "social director" when a new person joined the class. Everyone liked Peggy and loved her sense of humor and her sweet smile. Peggy always enjoyed having lunch after class. Then at times we went to lunch even if we didn't go to class. LOL The picture below was taken January 17, 2017. Mike and I took Peggy out to eat for her birthday and fun was had by all! She will truly be missed. Sending prayers to all of Peggy's family. Judy Greene
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Jessica Grant

Posted at 12:20pm
This is my Granny, and i love her so much. She was the best granny i could have ever had. She was a spunky one, got to love that! She will be missed by many and in our hearts forever.....I love you so much and miss you, I will see you again one day💖❤💔
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