Peggy Ann Bisco - age: 56
(September 24, 1958 to April 02, 2015
Friends and family may call Wednesday April 8th, 2015 at the Dennett, Craig & Pate funeral home 13 Portland Road, Buxton, (Bar Mills), Maine from 1 to 4 PM. A 4 PM memorial service will follow at the funeral home. Rev. Malcolm Hall of the Bar Mills Community Church will officiate.
Memorial Contributions may be made in her name to Maine Cancer Foundations 170 US Route 1, suite 250, Falmouth, Maine 04105
Peggy Ann Bisco, 56 of Raymond Maine passed away April 2, 2015 at the Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough. She was born in Portland Maine September 24, 1958 the daughter of Roland and Mary Lane Blake.
Peggy graduated from Windham High School in 1976.
She was employed with Fairchild Semiconductor from 1983 to 1987 and again from 2002 to 2003.
Peggy worked for the US Postal Service becoming Postmaster after 12 years as a part time Postmaster Relief. Peggy’s Passion was helping her many customers who became her friends over the past 23 years and riding motorcycles.
Peggy spent the last 14 years creating a craft called "Squeezums", where you squeeze the character cheeks and there is a “ Kiss” inside. She sold many at church fairs and community fairs. She enjoyed watching the kids pick out one of over 100 different ones she created. She also donated to many nonprofit organizations.
In 2001 Peggy traveled Tokyo Japan to watch her daughter Christie participate in the Archery World Cup Finals Championships. She was thrilled to see Christie win 3rd place in the Individual and a Gold Medal in the mixed Team event.
In 2013 Christie and Peggy and Michele Roberts took a cruise to the Bahamas because Peggy wanted to add to her "Bucket List".
In 2014 Peggy participated in the National Geographic documentary about the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. “The Final Hours” featured Peggy as she entered the airport that morning sending Christie off to Beijing China for the Archery World Championships. They were the last ones to see the terrorist enter the airport.
She is survived by her daughter Christie E. Colin and her husband Terry of York PA, 2 grandson Zachery and Jacob Colin and her father of Windham, ME, 3 brothers Terry Blake and Steven Blake of Limington and Scott Blake of Raymond.