Peggy was born in Nashville TN and has lived in Arizona since 1970. A talented artist known for her Indian art work to include hand carved Kachinas, hand carved leather work and beautiful Native American paintings. Her artist signature was (circle P) ℗ that stands for Peggy Runaway. As a descendant of the Cherokee nation she truly embraced and celebrated the Native American heritage. She also retired from the Pink Pony in Scottsdale, Az after 27 years of loving her community. Her spirit will be missed and she is survived by three daughters Teddi Eaglesham, Kitty Vradenburg and Bunny Vradenburg. She has been blessed with 4 grandchildren , Adam Clark, Ericka Eaglesham, Jessica Eaglesham and Ty Ward. She also leaves a great legacy of great grandchildren Aidan Clark, Asher Clark, Santana Gonzales, Eli Gonzales, Alexis Cluck and our newest little Max. She is also survived by her little sister Mary Edna Kreitner who lives in Nashville, TN. We can’t forget to mention her two precious dogs Bubbles and Baby.
Those who knew Peggy were touched by her beautiful spirit, smile and infectious laugh. She has gone home, you may hear the Indian drums beating now and you may see beauty in everything …. after loving Peggy.