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So many memories of growing up in the neighborhood with Scott, Ritchie, Larry, and Archie. We played on the same little league baseball team (The Redlegs) and Mrs. Lawhorne was always in the stands rooting for us. She was such a nice person! My thoughts and prayers are with all the Lawhorne family.
Peggy was my sister-in-law for the past 56 years and I could not have asked for a better one! We had many laughs ….and tears sharing stories about her 4 boys and my two. She was such a role model to me and I will always cherish our friendship. My heart goes out to Royce, Scott, Riche and Archie at this time! Love you all and you are in my prayers!
Peggy was my sister-in-law for the past 56 years a
Aunt Joy was an enormous part of my life and one I will always cherish. She was always so giving and loving and always made time for those she loved. Her passion for gardening, cross-stitch, cooking and collecting cookbooks have had a tremenouds influence on my life. My mom and Aunt Joy were not only sisters but dear friends and were always together. Their bond was so strong and inspriational to all who knew them. She was loved dearly and will be missed by all who loved her.
James (Jimmy) Rice
What a sad day, Peggy sat behind me in homeroom our junior year in 1954 always had a smile and was so beautiful.
Oh my goodness Royce...I am so so very sorry to hear about Peggy...Oh the memories I have of her. Praying for you and your family during this difficult time.
Valencia Dubberly Gower
Mr. Lawhorn, Scott, and Susie, So sorry to hear of Mrs. Lawhorne's passing. Praying for God's comfort to surround you.
Peggy Joy Lawhorne
Peggy Joy (Mullin) Lawhorne, age 83, passed away peacefully Sunday, April 3, 2022 after an extended illness.
Peggy was a life long resident of Fernandina Beach, born in Jacksonville on December 3, 1938 to James and Flossie Mullin. She graduated from Fernandina Beach High School where she enjoyed cheerleading and won first place in a Nassau County Beauty Pageant. On July 28, 1956, she married Royce and over the next six years, they had four sons: Scott, Richie, Larry, and Archie.
After many years as a devoted stay at home mom, Peggy began working for the Nassau County School System in the school library. She retired as an Executive Secretary after 25 years. She was an active member of the Baptist church and frequently led Bible studies and taught Sunday School classes. Besides her devotion to her work, church and family, Peggy enjoyed attending her boys sports events, baking and doing many arts and crafts. She will be missed dearly by both family and friends.
Peggy is leaves behind her husband, William Royce Lawhorne, her children, Scott (Susie) Lawhorne, Richie Lawhorne, Archie (Pauly) Lawhorne, six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, and many, many friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister, Jackie Wesley, her brother, Jimmy Mullin, and her son, Larry Lawhorne. Peggy will be remembered for her selfless, giving spirit, her love of sports, and her dedication to the Lord and family.
The family welcomes your visitation on Wednesday, April 6 from 5-7 p.m. at the Oxley-Heard Funeral Home. They also welcome you to the funeral services being held at the First Baptist Church of Fernandina Beach on Thursday, April 7 at 11 a.m. with Bosque Bello graveside following.