In Memory

Marguerite Heine (Ruffner)

Marguerite Heine (Ruffner)

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02/18/14 12:04 PM #1    

Lea Palmer (Hoak)

One of my vivid memories of life at SHHS was sharing lunch in the cafeteria with my group of best friends: Barbara and Peggy Heine, Bev Middough, Mary Hopwood and Betsy Hennig.  After eating and dissecting the events of the day/week, we would practice whatever choir number we were doing at that time.  Bev, Barbara and I sang 1st soprano and Peggy sang second.  She always managed to carry her part against greater forces and was the one that made the charm of harmony rather than unison.  Will always love you Peggy.  Rest in peace.

02/19/14 10:19 AM #2    

Susan Palmer (Peiper)

Our family lived on Rolliston. We were happy to find out that the new family moving in across the street( next door to Alan Melamed) would have girls my own age. The twins !! Barbara & Marguerite Heine .So sad to hear of her passing. They were both such sweet girls . Where & how is her sister, Barb ,doing? Condolences, Susan Palmer Peiper

02/19/14 12:12 PM #3    

Gretchen Longley (Trosper)

I remember Peggy as a very sweet person.  Barb, too.  Sorry Peggy passed on.

Gretchen Longley Trosper

01/09/15 04:27 PM #4    

Barbara Heine (Garvoille)

Like all who have passed away, my sister, Marguerite, led a life of some import.   She graduated from Grove City College in Grove City, PA; received her Master's Degree from Kent State University in 1971, and in 1977 her PhD from The Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.  She was a Case Centennial Scholar at Case Western Reserve University in 1980.  Peggy spent the majority of her working life at AT&T in Human Resources and resided in Basking Ridge, NJ.  

Peg married and divorced.  She read copiously and continued to write poetry until her death from lung cancer in 1996.  A memorial scholarship in her name exists at Grove City College; her estate helped the Nature Conservancy preserve the Dugout Ranch in southeastern Utah.


01/10/15 02:44 PM #5    

Judith Helf (Fishman)

So sorry about the passing of your sister; your twin. She was from your bio of her a very accomplished person.I am sure that she left  many cherished memories for you and your family.


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