Moapa Valley Mortuary - Logandale
5090 North Moapa Valley Blvd. PO Box 797
Logandale, NV 89021
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1929 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
PEGGY COLE Peggy LaRue Faull Cole, 88, passed away peacefully June 3, 2018, at her home, in Logandale, with her family nearby. Cause of death was due to complications related to age. Peggy was preceded in death by her son, Gregory; and daughter-in-law, Karen. She is survived by her children, Rodney (Dottie) of Peoria, Arizona, and Suzy Bennett (Kevin) of Logandale; eight grandchildren, Mike Cole, Jessica Dethmers, Candace Cole, Shelley Van Zyverden, Ryan Cole, Russell Cole, Shelby Brandon and Cole Bennett; and 15 great-grandchildren. Peggy was born September 16, 1929, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, to Estelle Winfred Autry and Russell Henry Faull, the youngest of five children. Always active in her youth, she enjoyed music, trumpet, piano, singing, acting as drum majorette at the local high school and even playing "Powder-Puff Girls Football." Peggy married Arnold Lee Cole November 6, 1948, they both enjoyed raising their three children, as well as fishing, boating, traveling and family business activities. Moving to Henderson in 1963, Peggy and Arnold owned and managed "Cole's Auto and Camper Sales" at 1100 N. Boulder Highway for many years. Arnold passed away November 2, 2005. Peggy was never far from a bag of yarn, donating countless hours in teaching skills to others, yarn and smiles to spare, in the creation of hundreds of knitted caps, shawls and afghan's. Wanting to stretch her business skills and expertise in the community of southern Nevada, Peggy received her Real Estate and Brokers licenses, opening a successful business under the banner of "Henderson Valley Realty." In 2007, Peggy moved to Logandale to be nearby family and begin a new chapter of her life. Prior to arriving in Logandale, Peggy converted to the . Family history became a new passion for Peggy, she enjoyed assignments in the Las Vegas Nevada Temple as an Ordinance Worker. For over four years, she willingly drove a car-load of friends to the Temple with custom license plates carrying the message, "TMPLGOR". Viewing will be 12:30-1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 9, with memorial service following at 2 p.m., both at the Logandale LDS Stake Center, 2555 N. St. Joseph St., Logandale, NV 89021. Ever giving, always smiling, Peggy will be missed by her family, friends and the Moapa Valley community. Arrangements handled by Moapa Valley Mortuary, (702) 398-3600.
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