Peggy Marie Guglielmo, 86, was taken in the arms of her Savior, to her heavenly home,
Peggy grew up in Lake Charles. She was all about family. Extended family vacations to
Florida and Branson were taken over the years . Christmas was her favorite holiday and
her family loved her special roast. Her great-grandchildren called her “big maw maw”,
and she had a special payroom for them. Her home was always open for a visit. During
her 30 year marriage to Jules she owned an insurance and real estate agency in
Westlake. She was also a real estate investor. Peggy was a hard worker, spunky,
demure, feisty, vibrant, generous, and the most classy lady you could meet. Peggy and
Jules traveled extensively during their 30 year life together. They traveled abroad, as
well as in the US. They loved to take cruises. Peggy loved to go to the casino. She
never spent much, but it was her “outing”. Peggy will be missed by her family
immensely. She was a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, ,other-in law, sister,
aunt, but also our best friend. Most of all, Peggy was a Christian, and knew she would
spend eternity with her Savior.
Peggy is preceded in death by her parents Hugh LeDoux, Sr. and Lillie Gansner
LeDoux, Husband, Jules Gugliemo, Sr. brothers; Howard Hugh LeDoux(and Dottie),
Ernest LeDoux, sister; Anna Faye Rozas, son-in-law, Richard Dodd, nephews and
Peggy Guglielmo leaves to cherish her memory her daughters, Pat Pennisson Dodd,
Susie Pennisson Ruth (Robert), and Janice Pennisson Burge (Larry) grandchildren;
Tara Fuslier (Shawn) Tessa Stroderd (Patrick), Yvonne Masterson (Kris), Jillian Suarez
(Anthony), Christopher Burge, and Blake Dodd, and twelve great grandchildren,
brothers; Benny Ray “Pete” ‘LeDoux (Mary Lou), Frank LeDoux, Jr., and sister Milbretta
Redler, and many nieces and nephews, and her loving companion, Lucky the dog.
A celebration of life will take place at a later date. Her cremation has been entrusted to Lakeside Funeral Home.
The family would like to thank Drs. Lewis and Broussard and staff of Harbor Hospice for
caring for our mom. We especially want to express our love and thanks to our sister,
Jan, who was with our mother during her long journey with cancer.
In lieu of flowers, please give a donation to the charity of your choice to combat cancer.
Memories and words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.lakesidefh.com