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Peggy Catalano

In Loving Memory

Catalano, Peggy A.

May 19, 1953 - September 29, 2023

on Friday, September 29th, 2023.

Devoted mother of John (Kanae) Catalano and Jessica (Jeff Cooper) Catalano; adoring grandmother of Emma Catalano; loving daughter of the late Albina (nee Kucinski) and Anthony Miclow; dearest sister of Butch (Candy) Miclow, Lori (Tony) Portell, Jodi Miclow, and the late Suzi Miclow; our dear aunt, great-aunt, friend to many, and nicest lady in the world.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in honor of Peggy to the Open Door Animal Sanctuary are greatly appreciated.



SERVICES: Memorial visitation will be held at Kutis Affton Chapel (10151 Gravois Rd. 63123) on Saturday, October 7th, 2023 from 12 noon until the service begins at 2:00 pm.


7 thoughts on “Catalano, Peggy A.”

  1. We will truly miss Peggy. She has always been the sweetest, kindest, nicest, neighbor and friend anyone could ever ask for. She never had a negative word to say about anyone and would never complain about anything. This world has truly lost a beautiful being now that she has gone. We know that we are better for having known her. Rest in Peace sweet lady. May God keep you in his presence and watch over your family.

  2. Dear Peggy,

    I miss you. Living far, in a different country from you, I didn’t spend tons of time with you. Though, I cherish every moment with you. You had shown and taught me so many things which last for good within me.
    Thank you for receiving me, always with warm welcome, as a part of your beautiful family. I love you. See you there, after graduating this life and body.


  3. Hi, Peggy
    I am honored to have known you. You are
    beautiful, noble, and sweet hearted.
    I wanted to talk with you more and more.
    And wanted to hug you tightly. I deeply miss you.
    I believe even if we are separated, we could walk together in my mind.

  4. John, Kana, Emma, family, and friends of Peggy – my deepest condolences for your loss.

    I was only able to meet Peggy once, on a beautiful sunny early afternoon, not far from the Grand Fountain in Hibiya Park in Tokyo. John was playing tour guide to his mother, while my date and I were just finishing up lunch and on our own circuit of the park. Quite unexpectedly, we bumped into each other in one of those unscripted moments that help turn a regular day something very special.

    Though news of Peggy’s passing was sad, I was glad to have learned that she was surrounded by those she so loved at the end. Please try to find some solace and comfort from this. May we all be so fortunate.

  5. To John and Jessica,

    So sad to hear of Peggy’s passing. We loved her and cherished her friendship and kindness. Our condolences to the entire family. You all look so beautiful! Wish I could hug you both. Peggy was truly one of the nicest people in the world! We know she will be missed.

    Mike and Nancy Egan 🤗♥️🤗💕


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