Margaret A. Hitchcock
1929 ∼ 2019
Judi Honkonen Gibbs of West Wareham, ma. wrote:
I absolutely loved her. Second grade for me was a breeze. I was the teacher pet. I saw her at Tobey Hospital, what a wonderful lady. So sorry.
Elaine Coggeshall Gonsalves of Wareham, MA wrote:
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. I didn’t have the pleasure of having her as a teacher but I did for a friend for many years. She was one of a kind. Always with a smile on her face. She will be very missed by so many people. God Bless
David & Beverly MacKinnon of Wareham, Ma. wrote:
We would like to extend our Deepest Sympathies to Peggy’s family. She was such a wonderful person and educator and will be missed by everyone who knew her. Our Love, Thoughts, and Prayers are with you, all.
Charlene Lowe of OFallon, MO wrote:
She was the BEST 2nd grade teacher ever! She always had a beautiful smile. Condolences to her family, she definitely left a mark on a lot of people.
Marissa Barros of Somerset MA wrote:
I am so sad to hear of the loss of Mrs. Hitchcock to this world. She was my second and fourth grade teacher at West Wareham School. She is one of my few favorite teachers of all time. May she rest in peace.
Bob Santos & Linda Hammond of East Wareham, MA wrote:
Cal, please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of your beautiful wife. Peggy always had a smile and a kind word for everyone.
Judith Baptiste-Fontes of Carver wrote:
You were so loved by all of us at the WW School. My sisters and I were wondering where you were when we didn't see you at the Christmas Fairs for the last 2 or 3 yrs. We never referred to the your church as The Congregational Church... it will always be "Mrs. Hitchcock's Church" to us. I will always remember your gentle explanation that Ms. Kiernan whacked my hand with the yardstick not because I punched Jimmy P. for trying to kiss me, but because I chased him into the boys bathroom to do so. The children in Heaven are Blessed to have you!
Lisa Decas Jacques of Middleboro, Ma wrote:
We are so sorry for your loss. Mrs.Hitchcock was such a lovely lady. Our love thoughts and prayers to you all. Lisa and Wayne Jacques John and Kiki Decas
Jon and Barbara Bailey of West Wareham wrote:
Aunt Peggy, Peggy Too one of our favorite relatives we will miss you. Friend, teacher of our children and grandchildren they loved you so much. Your wonderful smile will not light up our lives again but memories will remain forever in our hearts.
Marjorie D. Burns of Bourne wrote:
A wonderful person and teacher! You couldn't help but love her! Peggy always had a smile on her face and was always so willing to help out in the organizations she belonged to. I have missed not seeing her at the Tobey Guild meetings and at Delta Kappa Gamma, an honorary organization for women educators. She will be missed greatly!
Richard Barboza of The Villages, Florida wrote:
So sorry for you loss Cal & the Hitchcock family. I say our loss, because she meant so much to all who new her as a teacher and life long friend. We will miss and love you. Rest in peace Peggy.
Michelle Montrond wrote:
I’ll miss Peggy’s smile and great sense of humor. I enjoyed working with her. She was a great mentor and friend.
Jacalyn Texeira of N KINGSTOWN wrote:
Mrs.Hitchcock was my second grade teacher at West Wareham School for me when I was in her class and in the school she took a liking in me when I was there she was great with all students and was truly a hero in education and she took an interest in her students and learning and she wasn;t afriad to work with any parent Rest in peace Margaret
Dianne Enzian of Wareham MA wrote:
Peggy was a true blessing for all who knew her and her sweet smile. The world could use more like her. Love and compassion were always in her heart. May her love and memories comfort you Calvin.
heather a mac neill of wareham ma wrote:
she was a wonderful person who was like a grandmother to me rip
Joanne Gifford Stephenson of Buzzards Bay Ma wrote:
Mrs. Hitchcock was a remarkable teacher and remarkable person. She always had a great smile and had her myself for 2nd grade. I remember so many lessons from her class. She was a West Wareham favorite. Thank you Peggy. You will be remembered well. God bless.
Julie Gifford Franklin of West Wareham wrote:
Mrs Hitchcock ws such an inspiration to everyone. Her beautiful smile and encouragement went a long way. A true teacher and friend
Deborah Gibbs Sellon of W. Wareham MA wrote:
Our hearts and prayers are with dear Peggy and her family. She was a beloved teacher to our daughters Kimberly & Elizabeth. Mr. Hitchcock's half sister Mildred Hitchcock Gibbs was my paternal Grandmother . Much love for all. ✨
Rosa Zaragoza and Family of West Wareham Ma,02576 wrote:
Mrs.Hitchcock was our West Wareham, Ma School Teacher she was always willing to help and a very nice person may she rest in peace.
Cathy Randall of Deerfield, Ma wrote:
My Dear Peggy, Thank you for all of our wonderful songs sung together in the First Congo choir loft; our premier "Wintergreen Airlines" and our many joyous conversations. You...will always be cherished for the fabulous person you have been. Much love-
Virginia Eldridge of Bradenton, FL wrote:
My sincere sympathy to you Cal & Your family! She always had a smile for everyone!!!
Gary Peterson of Duxbury, MA wrote:
Peggy was truly a special person. Her positive attitude and the way she treated people was inspirational. My prayers go out to her family with thoughts of happy memories.
Hal & Kris Tatlow of Buzzards Bay, MA wrote:
Cal, Sorry to here of Peggy's passing. She was one great woman. You remain in our thoughts and prayers.
linda Huppe of Middleton wrote:
Mrs. Hitchcock,"Peggy" was a friend of the family and my 2nd grade teacher. She was always smiling . I will never forget her. My thoughts and prayers go out to you to "Cal" love, Linda Braley Huppe
Susan Semedo of Medford, MA wrote:
I have such fond memories of the West Wareham School, and Mrs. Hitchcock was a big reason why. The fact that I have such beautiful, vivid memories of her 2nd grade classroom is a testament to the impact she had on me and I’m sure many others. I will remember her for her kindness and her smile.
Reggie of NORTH EASTON wrote:
This was my 4th grade teacher. She taught me, my mother, siblings, cousins, nieces, nephews and I know she taught many of you. A fact many may not know is that her quick thinking saved my life. I had a severe anaphylaxis after being stung by several yellow jackets on the playground. I didn't know I was allergic and in fact I was stung before that with no reaction. Mrs. Hitchcock figured out what was happening just in time. Without her I don't think I'd be here. G-d rest her soul.