In Memory

Peggy Chase (Goucher)

Peggy Chase (Goucher)

 PEGGY LYNN GOUCHER, 65 of Brunswick, passed away in the comfort of her home surrounded by her family on Tuesday, August 11, 2015. She was born on March 02, 1950 in Cleveland, OH to the late Lyle and Betty (nee Kessler) Chase. Peggy worked at Drug Mart as a pharmacy technician from 26 years and will also be remembered most for her 15 year involvement in Relay for Life. She will be dearly missed by her beloved husband Gary (CHHS 68); her children Yvonne Marie Goucher-Steinc and Reagan Ann Goucher; her grandchildren Joshua, Tyler and Noah Steinc and Hailey Terepka; her sisters Linda Chase Hosko, Christine Chase, and Diane Chase Hollis; and many extended family members and friends. No services have been planned at this time. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Breast Cancer Research at the Susan G. Komen Cleveland, OH office, 26210 Emery Rd., # 307, Cleveland, OH 44128. WAITE AND SON FUNERAL HOME, BRUNSWICK CHAPEL handled arrangements. Online condolences may be left at

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08/14/15 02:27 PM #1    

Bobbi Spiegler

So sad for this news. Condolences to Gary and family. Peggy was one of the nicest persons in our class. She always had a smile and took time to talk. R.I.P.

08/14/15 03:09 PM #2    

Charlotte Danto (Husteck)

I remember Peggy as a young, sweet, quiet girl who regularly met with a group of us at Cumberland ice skating rink (which at that time was the pool parking lot flooded by Cleveland Heights). I will always remember her fondly as that girl. She will be missed.

08/15/15 12:53 PM #3    

Douglas Gallagher

Very sad to hear this. I remember Peggy as a very sweet girl in HS. Seems like such a short time ago. My condolences to Gary and the family. 

08/16/15 02:46 PM #4    

Glenn Gimbut


This is sad news indeed.  My prayers and thoughts to Gary and her family. 


08/17/15 01:45 PM #5    

Linda Zipp

I'm really sorry to see this.  I liked Peggy; she was really sweet.

08/18/15 12:40 PM #6    

Troy Pappas

This is the saddest news I have had in a long time.  Peggy was always a wonderful and caring friend to me growing up at Roosevelt then Heights High.  She and Gary have always been part of my fondest memories from Heights.  She always has a smile that warmed my heart.  I can imagine how Gary is feeling having lost my loving wife of 42 years to breast cancer just two  years ago.  My deepest sympathies to Gary and the family.  You are in my prayers.

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