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OBITUARY - Peggy Joe Dalcour

Service Info

Service Date & Time
Wednesday, Aug 29, 2018 at 10:00 AM
Viewing
View Park | Tues. Aug. 28, 2018 | 2:00P - 6:00P
Location
Greater Ebenezer Missionary B.C.
5300 Denker Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90062
Interment
Inglewood Park Cemetery
720 E. Florence Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90301

In Loving Memory of Peggy Joe Dalcour

June 22, 1942 - August 20, 2018

The life of Peggy Joe Moss-Dalcour began June 22, 1942. Born to Moses and Aileen Moss in Randolph, Louisiana. Peggy attended public schools in Junction City, Arkansas and graduated from Rosenwald High School. While attending high school Peggy was a star basketball player.

Peggy accepted Christ at an early age and attended St. John Baptist Church in Randolph, Louisiana. In 1960, Peggy moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma where she met and married Clyde Leo Dalcour on November 23, 1960. They later moved to Los Angeles, CA and their union was blessed with two beautiful daughters, Sharie & Terry.

Peggy's career began as a sales representative at I-Magnum Department Store, and she also worked in Home Care Services. She later attended Pacific Beauty College, and after graduating, she opened "Peggy's Salon D'Essence" on 89th and Western. She extended her talents even further by opening her own foster home where she was a great foster parent for many families.

She was a true soldier in God's army. Her Missionary work began at St. Joseph C.O.G.I.C, and she continued to Evangelize with The Pool of Bethesda C.O.G.I.C until God called her home.

Peggy leaves to cherish her memory two loving daughters, Sharie Ezola Turner, and Terry Marie Dalcour, one son, Aaron Dalcour, two sons-in-law: Eddie Turner and Charles Jackson Sr.; three grandsons: Charles (Saritza) Jackson Jr., Deandre, and Terrell (Sarah) Turner, one granddaughter, Shaterra Jackson, three great-grandsons: Jaylen Turner, Carter Jackson, and Samon Swafford; and two blessings on the way; one faithful and loving sister, Mary Ann Bridges, four brothers: Hudson Meadors of Tulsa, Oklahoma; Moses Moss Jr. of Quitman, Mississippi, Henry Moss of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and Jack Moss of Racine, Wisconsin. She also leaves behind a host of loving nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Peggy was preceded in death by her parents, Moses and Allean Walker-Moss, husband, Clyde Leo Dalcour, six sisters: Cletia Mae Moss, Bernetha Peel, Doris Ivy, NancyA. Moss-Ivy, Allean Davis, Betty Jane Moss, and one brother, Charles Rufus Moss.

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Message from Family

On behalf of the Peggy Dalcour family, it is with our deepest gratitude and appreciation that we extend heartfelt thanks for the many expressions of love and sympathy that you’ve shown during this difficult time.

We thank you for the many prayers, phone calls, flowers, and support.
We are truly grateful for whatever you did to console our hearts.

May God forever bless and keep you.

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