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Obituary: Peggy Sue Ellsworth

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Peggy Sue Ellsworth Case was a gentle, loving, and whimsical soul who was much more likely to love people than judge them. She was a talented graphic arts designer pursuing a degree.

She was born in Payson, Utah on July 28, 1960 to Richard and JoAnn Hales Ellsworth. She is survived by her father and siblings: Pam (Mark) Wilson, Christine (Alan) Riley, Dan (Becky) Ellsworth, David (Renae) Ellsworth, Craig (Andrea) Ellsworth, and Sam (Shannon) Ellsworth.

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Peggy disappeared 29 years ago. Her family has mourned unyieldingly since she has been gone, especially her parents who wondered every day what had become of their sweet baby girl. Most of us have, at one time or another, had our hearts stop as we spotted someone who reminded us of Peggy. Our heartfelt thanks to a good man who followed a spiritual prompting to look and to the Spanish Fork police department – especially Detective Karl Johnston, for his unrelenting search and enduring kindness and respect shown our family.

Peggy’s family will hold a private graveside service to celebrate her life and lay her to rest next to our dear Mom.

We would love to hear your memories of Peggy and invite you to share them with us at www.brownfamilymortuary.com.

When the next unknown person is found, we will all be so grateful to no longer wonder if it is our sweet sister, but our hearts will ache for all families who suffer with not knowing.

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