Peggy Johnson Obituary, Death – Peggy Jeane Greer Johnson was able to leave this world without any suffering on Monday, July 24, 2023 at the comfort of her own home. Augusta, Georgia was the location of her birth on August 7, 1951. Jeannie was another name that some people knew her by, while others referred to her as Peggy. Her family affectionately referred to her as “Mama Angel” because to the angelic quality of her demeanor and the tender spirit she possessed.
Jeannie possessed qualities such as patience, love, kindness, and selflessness. Her family considered her to be indispensable. Jeannie’s father was a travelling salesman, so the family moved about a lot as she was growing up. Some of the places they called home were Chattanooga, Tennessee; West Cramerton, North Carolina; Decatur, Georgia; and Hicksville, Long Island, New York. Her family finally made their home in Decatur, Georgia, when she was a senior in high school there, and she received her diploma from Gordon High School in 1968.
It was in 1972 when her family made the move to Albany, Georgia. She started out working at Lowell’s, the bookstore and video store owned by her family. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, you could frequently find Jeannie working the register at the store. Jeannie’s physical limitations over the past few years have prevented her from participating in the activities that she once enjoyed, but she has confronted the challenge head on and with courage. Her resilience in the face of adversity served as an example to her family.
Her children Brian Earl Burdette (Melissa) and Jennifer Anne Burdette; her grandchildren Brantley and Beau Burdette; her siblings Alan Greer (Marilyn) and Anne Marie Norman (Chris); her nephew Tommy Greer; and her nieces Rebecca Greer Whitehead (Brent) and Brittany Greer Corliss loved and cherished her throughout her life. Her parents, Lowell D. Greer and Peggy Dorman Greer, as well as her brother Thomas Richard Greer, have been reuniting in heaven, and it is a happy occasion for all involved. Jeannie Greer has joined her family there.
Psalm 4:8 provides us with a great deal of solace. It says, “I will lie down in peace and sleep, for You alone, O Lord, will keep me safe.” Jeannie is rejoicing in the presence of Jesus and walking on streets of gold at this very moment. cured entirely and restored to full health. You are welcome to visit the website of Mathews Funeral Home at www.matthewsfuneralhome.com if you would like to sign our online registry or offer your condolences to the family.