Margaret "Peggy" Goding
Margaret (Miller) "Peggy" Goding 81, of Hopkins Manor in North Providence formerly of Providence died Sunday November 30th.
She was the wife of the late Alden Arthur Goding Jr; Mother of Diane Sims (and husband Keith), Deborah DiMeo (and husband John), John Goding (and wife Liway). She was the grandmother of Joshua, Jason, Jessica, Jamie, Brandon, Stephanie, Zachary, and Colin; and great-grandmother to Rachel, Anthony, Lindsey, Cameron, Joshua Jr., James and Olivia. She was blessed with many friends and many of her friendships spanned 45-75 years. Her family and friends were her life and she dedicated herself to being the best mother, grandmother and friend she could be. She loved to dance. She was always the life of the party. She loved playing cards and playing the slots and was often a winner. Other past-times were bowling, shopping and music. She was an avid Elvis Presley fan. Viewing will be held Tuesday from 10:00-11:00am in The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston for family and close friends. A private service will follow with burial at Veterans Memorial Cemetery at 1:00pm. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Peggy can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association of Rhode Island 245 Waterman Street Suite 306 Providence, Rhode Island 02906 (1-800-272-3900), Foster Forward 55 South Brow Street East Providence, Rhode Island 02914 (401-438-3900) or Home and Hospice Care of Rhode Island 1085 North Main Street Providence, Rhode Island 02904 (401-415-4200).
Dave and Jill Gregory - 12/02/2014
Our deepest sympathy. Mrs. Goding will be dancing with the angels. She was such a kind and loving woman.
Steve and Debbie Healis - 12/02/2014
Please accept our deepest sympathy,she was a beautiful lady inside and out.
A. Thompson - 12/02/2014
I’ve never had the pleasure of meeting your family but by all the wonderful comments its clear you lost someone who was dearly loved by many and will truly be missed. I recently lost my grandfather just last month. He was my most favorite person throughout my childhood. It’s so hard to know just how to say goodbye. But I do take comfort in knowing that God promises that if we draw close to Him then He will draw close to us - James 4:8. And He truly has been there when I seek His comfort in prayer so I hope your family can do the same. I also recommend www.jw.org. This website has lots of helpful information on loss and grief. Take a look when you have a moment. I do hope it helps.
Mr. & Mrs. John Goding - 12/02/2014
You'll be missed and loved always mom! You have been always a great mother to us. Always ready to lend support when we needed the most. You are safe now and in good hands. You've always wanted to be with Dad and your wishes finally came true. It's hard to see you go but it's for the better. Colin will miss singing " you are my sunshine " to you.... I love you mom. Till we meet again...
Wanda - 12/02/2014
My heartfelt condolences to the family on the loss of your loved one, Ms. Goding. May you find comfort in knowing that God is near and ready to help you through this sad and difficult time, for at Psalm 34:18 we are told "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit."
Zachary Goding - 12/02/2014
Dear nana I will miss you but I know you are in a better place now, I love you with all my heart and I will never forget the memory's we have always shared you were a wonderful grandmother and you treated everyone with respect you are in a better place now, and I am so proud of that I love you with all my heart. One day I will see you in heavin where god is taking care of you now. I know you won't be in the flesh but in spirit you will always have my back.
Diane ,Keith, Brandon and Stephanie - 12/04/2014
We miss you, you were the best mom and grandma any that anyone could of asked for. We will always cherish our memories and now you can rest peacefully with Dad(Papa) We love you always. You are our angel that will always look after us. LOve you MOM.