Peggy Eastep

Peggy Hill Eastep (Hill)

Tuesday, March 25th, 1930 - Tuesday, November 12th, 2019
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Peggy Hill Eastep, 89, died at her home on November 12, 2019. Born in her beloved Winchester, VA on March 25,1930 to the late Carson C. “Doc” Hill & Geneva Chrismore Hill.

Married October 6, 1946 to Kenneth W. Eastep (deceased Feb 1992)

She had 3 daughters - Barbara Kincaid (Fredericksburg, VA) Donna Eastep & her husband, Jimmy Humphrey (Portsmouth, VA) Infant daughter, Rebecca Jo Eastep born & died in 1954
Grandson, ET Snider, IV (deceased) and 3 Great Grandsons - ET “Quin” Snider, V; Rowan Ash Snider & Micah Blue Snider all of Richmond, VA.
Granddaughter, Elizabeth Kincaid & her husband Sean Rapoza (Richmond, VA)
Predeceased by her son-in-law, Gary Kincaid.

Survived by her sister Faye Hayden.
Predeceased siblings: Nancy Fogle, Betty Manuel, Charles C. Hill, Shirley Utterback, Beverly “Clint” Hill, & Mary Clemons.

Peggy retired in 2001 after 25 years in the restaurant business. She owned Hershey Restaurant, Old Town Sandwich Shop, and Water Street Deli. She loved meeting new people & daily banter with “the regulars” especially if they were Redskins football fans.

Former hobbies included bowling. She was the 1965 United States Champion on the Diet Rite Cola sponsored Women’s Booster Duckpin Team.

She loved traveling with her best friend and sister, Shirley, with their favorite destination being Las Vegas.

She enjoyed volunteering at the Blue Ridge Hospice Thrift Shop and the SPCA Shop with friends Pat Ashby and Ann Visa.

She loved reading, history, and cats. However, she had recently fallen in love with her English bulldog grand-dog, Bella.

The family will receive visitors at Jones Funeral Home Sunday, November 24 from 1-3 pm
A graveside service with interment at Mount Hebron Cemetery will take place at a future time.
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    Sunday, November 24th, 2019 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Sunday, November 24th, 2019 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Jones Funeral Home - Winchester
    228 S. Pleasant Valley Rd.
    WINCHESTER, VA 22601
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Sam Reaves

Posted at 11:29am
Peggy was a grand lady who really loved being in the restaurant business. My wife Ali and I frequented Hershey's Restaurant and enjoyed her food. Her Macaroni salad and Potato salad were the best on the planet. Her husband Kenny and I were best friends. I loved them dearly and we will miss them both. May they rest in peace.
Sam and Alice Reaves

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