Peggy Music Ward, 1937-2019 |

Peggy Music Ward, 1937-2019

Peggy Music Ward

Peggy Music Ward was born in Elk City, Oklahoma, on June 3, 1937 to Glen Music and Lois Music. She passed from this life on March 5, 2019 in her home town, Norman, Oklahoma.

Peggy moved to Norman when she was 5 years old. She graduated high school in 1955 and later went on to earn an Associate’s Degree from American River College in Placerville, California in 1970. She worked as a bank teller for Norman Bank of Oklahoma, and for an insurance company.

Peggy married and moved around, living in Phoenix and Flagstaff, Arizona, Bakersfield and Pollock Pines, California, as well as Kremmling, before returning to Norman in 1981. After returning to Norman, she became a legal assistant for the Office of Legal Council for The Oklahoma University until her retirement in 1999. She was OU’s most die hard fan from 1952 to 2019.

Peggy is survived by her two children, who were her primary focus in life: Warren, wife Pamela J. Ward of Fraser, and Wendi Diane Ward of Greeley. As well as a grandchild: Noah Luther Rumbaugh. And an extensive loving family throughout Oklahoma.

She is preceded in death by her parents; daughter: Wanda Denise Ward; and siblings: Jim Music and Barbara Lewis.

A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, March 12 at 2 p.m. at Primrose Funeral Service, 1109 N Porter Ave, Norman, OK 73071


Warren Ward, Son; Pamela J. Ward, Daughter-in-law; Wendi Diane Ward, Daughter; Noah Luther Rumbaugh, Grandson; Glen Ward (Deceased), Father; Lois Music (Deceased), Mother; Wanda Denise Ward (Deceased), Daughter; Jim Music (Deceased), Brother; Barbara Lewis (Deceased), Sister.

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