Peggy A. Maly-Stamm

Peggy A. Maly-Stamm

February 18, 1935 - January 20, 2009

Peggy A. Maly-Stamm

February 18, 1935 - January 20, 2009


Margaret Peggy Ann Maly-Stamm -Homemaker, Matriarch

Peggy Maly-Stamm was born on February 18, 1935 in Joliet, Illinois, the daughter of John McCallum and Eva Ward. She was married to George A. Maly, Jr. for 45 years. They had 3 children together. Peg moved to California in 1975. In 2005 she married Donald Stamm, with whom she enjoyed her final years.

She loved to travel. She cruised to Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico and the Greek Islands. She traveled throughout Europe with family and friends and enjoyed many trips in Mazatlan and Honolulu, her favorite spots. She loved entertaining at home.

Peg worked early on as a Secretary at Northwestern Bank, Chicago, Illinois.

She enjoyed bowling, golfing, dancing, playing cards and gourmet cooking. Peg was a wine connoisseur, travel enthusiast, entertainment specialist and an annual Disneyland passholder.

Peggy was 73 years old at the time of her death due to complications from an accidental fall on January 20th, 2009. Her last residence was San Juan Capistrano. She is survived by her husband Donald Stamm. Surviving children are, Deborah Maly-Ross Dr. Craig Ross of San Juan Capistrano, CA.; Cynthia Maly-Beaver Doug Beaver of Norco, CA.; George A. Maly, III Angela Alvarez of Mission Viejo, CA.; Diane Stamm Randy Courtney of Maxwelton, West VA.; Donald Stamm, Jr. Rebecca of San Jose, CA.; Debra Stamm of Sunnyvale, CA.; Denise Thomas Terry of Trabuco Canyon, CA.; Darline Stamm of Sacramento, CA. Peg has 28 surviving Grandchildren and 8 Great- Grandchildren. A Vigil Service will be Sunday, January 25th at 7:00pm at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Pkwy, Laguna Hills, CA. The Funeral Mass will be Monday, January 26. 2009 at 11:00am at St. Edwards the Confessor Church, Dana Point, CA. There will be a Celebration Luncheon immediately following Mass. O’Connor Mortuary, Directors. 949 581-4300.

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12 responses to Peggy A. Maly-Stamm

  1. Dear Don, Debbie and family: I was heartbroken to hear of your loss and what a shock it was! Peggy was a special mother and wife and loved her family more than anything. I know Peg lived her life to the fullest and had no regrets. May God bless and comfort all of you. The Jonke Family, Lynn, Ed, Alexis and Brooke

  2. Debbie Toth says:

    Dear Debbie, Cindy and Tony,

    We were very sadden by the loss of your Mother. The memories of all the wonderful times our families shared in our summer “vacations” to Tinley Park and in Wi. came flooding back. My mother cherished her friendship with your mother and father. Looked forward to her Christmas pictures and thier long phone chats. She will be greatly missed and in our hearts and prayers always.
    Debbie Chamberlin Toth

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