Peggy Lynn (Inman) Barras-Edwards
Peggy Lynn (Inman) Barras-Edwards, 60, beloved wife, cherished mother, adored grandmother, sister, daughter and angel to all, passed into God's loving arms on Saturday, March 14, 2009.
Peggy was born in Williams on April 11, 1948. She lived in Williams for most of her life with short times in Flagstaff, Phoenix, Bullhead City, Texas, California and New Mexico. Peggy was a devoted wife and mother - all of the love that she could give was for her family. She dedicated her life to bringing joy, wisdom and love to every person that touched her life. She was an angel to all that knew her and brought so much love and happiness to the lives of countless people.
Peggy is survived by her spouse, Diane Elizabeth Barras-Edwards; her two son's Robert Barras and Wil Barras; her daughters Melody Barras, Elisabeth Barras, Shellie Rawlinson and Amber Hubbard; her grandchildren Robert Barras Jr., Rachelle Barras, Gregory Barras, Anthonie Hubbard and Damion Hubbard; two brothers Gary and Russell Inman; and four sisters Penny Orsini, Linda Morris, Brenda Adams and Marjorie Allen, all of whom were blessed with an angel on earth.
She was preceded in death by her mother and father Wibur and Hattie Inman; two brothers Billy and Stevie Inman; her son David Eugene Barras; and many, many others whom she loved and cherished.
God sent one of his most precious angels to earth to bless our lives and teach us of his love and he chose now to take her back into his loving arms. She will be missed and remembered for eternity. God bless and keep you Momma - angels all around you.
Funeral services will be held at Family Harvest Pentecostal Church, 220 S. Seventh St., on Saturday, March 21, 2009. Viewing will be held from 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. with services to be held immediately after. A reception will follow graveside services with the location to be announced.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Hospice of Arizona at 2222 W. Northern Ave., Suite A-100, Phoenix, AZ 85021 to honor Peggy by assisting this wonderful organization that made her last days as happy and positive as possible.