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Peggy B. (Kirby) Wells
January 4, 1942 ~ July 10, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Peggy B. Wells, 81, of Victoria, passed away at home peacefully surrounded by her loved ones on July 10, 2023. She was born January 4,1942 in Paradise, TX to the late James B. Kirby and Peggy R. Shannon Kirby.
Peggy loved music and never knew a stranger. Everyone knew her as "Granny". And once you met "Granny", she became your "Granny". Granny loved telling everyone her stories and always had a story to tell EVERYONE. We all know she is "Waltzing Across Texas" in heaven to her favorite song. Granny (Peggy) was blessed to be able to finish living her last years of life with her granddaughter, Misty and her finance' Samantha. Granny (Peggy) got to enjoy many (crazy) adventures, outings, new friends and activities that kept a smile on her face and laughter in her heart. Granny (Peggy) loved her Astros and let’s not forget, her loud cheering for her favorite Race Car Driver, GW Hessong on Saturday nights. She will be missed dearly by everyone.
Peggy owned a health store, "Peggy's Health Store" in Cuero, Texas. She dedicated many years to her store to help others.
Peggy is preceded in death by her loving husband, Clyde W. Wells, her parents, her brother Robert (Poochie) Kirby.
Peggy is survived by her daughters, Sonya Wells (Dana Massey), Debbie Mahboub (Mac Mahboub), Chris Wells (Ronnie Ellison) and Tammy Hranicky (Benjamin Hranicky). Also survived by her grandchildren, Misty Wells (Samantha Nance), Tiffany Aguilar (Gabriel Aguilar), Kristie Kolodziejcyk and Kurtis Kolodziejcyk (Natalie Kolodziejcyk); many grandchildren and relatives and friends.
We want to reach out and express our appreciation to Hospice of South Texas for their loving support and help to get Granny (Peggy) to the Gates of Heaven.
Memorials may be given to Hospice of South Texas or donor’s choice
You are invited to sign the online guest book at www.masseyfh.com