MOUNT VERNON — Peggy Jean Jamboski-Stewart, 76, of Kissimmee, Florida, passed away July 6, 2019, at Osceola Regional Medical Center.
A Celebration of Life with a Pool Tournament will be held Sept. 7, 7 p.m. at Legends Sports Bar and Grill, 110 Mount Vernon Ave., Mount Vernon. Questions regarding the tournament please contact Travis, 614-623-8495.
Per Peggy/Mom’s wishes, her ashes will be placed in the ocean/gulf off of Anna Maria Island (Coquina Beach) on the anniversary of her passing next year, 7/6/2020, when the entire family, including grandchildren, can be present.
Peggy was born April 15, 1943 in Wadsworth to Eugene P. and Nina E. Humphrey-Jamboski. She graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1961. She retired from the Mount Vernon Health Department after many years of service. She traveled a lot with her sister and visited several lighthouses along both coastal shore lines. She also worked for the Bureau of Motor Vehicles on Haden Run in Columbus. She enjoyed going to billiards events and watching both Travis and Raejean play. She and Loriann could never get enough ocean, beach and sun time. Every chance she could get they were there. She had a BIG heart and an infectious laugh. She was truly blessed to have a large amount of friends and family who loved her dearly.
Peggy is preceded in death by her parents, Eugene and Nina Jamboski.
Peggy is survived by her sister, Ruthann Jamboski; brother, Thomas (Nancy) Jamboski; niece Mandy (Tommy) Craze; children, Loriann (Marcus) Raine, Raejean (Scott Hutchinson) Poland, Travis (Dione) Stewart, Chris Poland; seven grandchildren, Stephen, Tara and Austin Heffelfinger, Cody Gardner and Samantha Poland, Ashley Idler and Justin Dunbar; and seven great-grandchildren, Jace, Raylan, Riley, Daniel, Kiran, Jaxson and Amonie.
The family of Peggy wishes to extend a huge thank-you to Osceola Regional Medical Center CVICU for their superior medical efforts. A sincere thank you to our family and friends for all the prayers and hugs. Thank you Good Samaritan Village for keeping us fed for the week, and thank you Conrad & Thompson Funeral Home for your assistance.
Submitted by Loriann Raine.