Sept. 11, 1929 — Nov. 15, 2017
Peggy Lou Scott Bruner was born in Longview, Washington, where she lived most of her life until moving to Seaside 13 years ago. Peggy enjoyed life at the beach, and was an active and fun-loving person until her peaceful demise.
Peggy worked 22 years at Weyerhaeuser and retired from mill work in 1988. She was one of the first group of women hired by Weyerhaeuser for general labor when the equal opportunity laws went into effect. Her family is proud she succeeded and flourished.
Peggy is survived by her son, Ty Bruner of Longview, and recently Seaside; and her daughter, Teresa Epstein, now living in Seaside. Her brother, Duane Scott, lives in Longview. Her father, Charlie Scott, and her mother, Georgia Work Scott, preceded her in death.
Peggy enjoyed her local friends, her family, her community, playing pinochle, cooking, going out to dinner, jewelry, dogs, watching sunsets, the tides and wildlife in the Necanicum estuary. Living in Seaside was a wonderful time in her life; it has been a great adventure for Peggy, and all who shared time with her.
May the Sun bring you new energy by day.
May the Moon softly restore you by night.
May the Rain wash away your worries.
May the Breeze blow new strength into your being.
May you Walk gently through the world and know its beauty all the days of your life.