Margaret Sotomayor

Margaret "Peggy" Sotomayor (Tobin)

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Margaret “Peggy” Sotomayor, passed away in her home, in New Rochelle, NY, on September 24, 2020, at the age of 67.

Peggy is lovingly remembered by her beloved son Jayson A. Sotomayor of Yonkers, NY, her sister Patricia Tobin of Pelham Manor, NY, her niece Christine E. Picard (Jordan)(Benjamin) of Warwick, RI, her great nephew Peter Thomas Picard of Warwick, RI, her beloved fur-baby Darcy, and many cousins and friends.

Peggy was born in Washington Heights, NY in 1952. She graduated from Aquinas High School in 1974. Peggy then went on to become a Nurses Aide for more than 20 years. Shortly thereafter, Peggy moved to her house in Pennsylvania, where she became a Case Manager for people with disabilities.

Peggy loved music, reading, writing and caring for others but, her true passions were being a mother, and animals.

Peggy adored her beloved son, and referred to herself as “mama bear”. She loved all animals, especially her very special pets.

Peggy was patriotic, and loved the good ol’ USA!

Peggy will be dearly missed by all who loved her. May she rest in peace eternall
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  • Service

    Saturday, October 24th, 2020 | 10:45am
    Saturday, October 24th, 2020 10:45am
    St. Barnabas Church
    409 East 241st Street
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  • Interment

    Will Be Held Privately

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Private Condolence

Anne Jordan

Posted at 04:43pm
To Jay, Patty and Christine,

I have so many fun memories of Peggy and Maryanne and Charlie! All our nights at the Hitchin Post! Crazy times! Favorite songs that Peggy would play on the phone to us at 5 am in the morning after a night of being out! All the advice she would give me on my boyfriends! She was “Dear Abby” to me! These are the times I will remember always!!
I love you all and she is in a better place in eternal peace. Our memories will keep her alive in our hearts! Love you Peggy, May you RIP...
Love, Annie

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