Peggy Sue Jones Collins
Peggy Sue Jones Collins, 77, passed away Friday, January 25 in Wichita Falls.
Services were held Monday, January 28, at First Christian Church in Iowa Park with Rev. Dave Hartman, pastor of First Christian Church in Wichita Falls, officiating. Burial was at Highland Cemetery in Iowa Park.
Peggy was born August 23, 1935, in Wichita Falls to Marian and Frank Jones. She was a graduate of Wichita Falls High School.
Peggy and Troy Collins were married February 23, 1953, in Wichita Falls.
Peggy was an LVN, graduating from the Bethania Hospital School of Vocational Nursing in Wichita Falls in 1967. She worked as a nurse at Bethania Hospital and The Women’s Clinic until her retirement in 1984. Following her retirement she cared for many children in her home, and considered them her own.
She was a member of First Christian Church of Iowa Park since 1964.
She is preceded in death by her parents; her brothers Frank Jones, Bill Jones, Charles Jones; and her sister, Jan Robertson.
She is survived by her husband, Troy, of Iowa Park; her sons and daughters-in-law, Doug and Diana Collins of Iowa Park, David and Cindy Collins and Bobby and Kari Collins, all of of Wichita Falls; her daughter and son-in-law, Brenda and Robin Lee of Wichita Falls; her brother, Jerry Jones of Wichita Falls; grandchildren Crystal Collins and Missy Collins of Iowa Park, Michelle and Makisi Haleck of Rapid City, S.D., Mandi and Dan Ruff of Albany, Jim and Jessica Collins of Monterey, CA, Elizabeth and Billy Powers of Wichita Falls, Seth Lee of Wichita Falls, Stephanie Bohannon of Wichita Falls, Karilea Collins of Burkburnett, Tom Collins of Boston, MA, Jared Lytle of Wichita Falls, Alexandria Zachary of Sherman, and Lauren, Jed and Joe Castle of Archer City; and great-grandchildren Sage and Kara Blackman of Euless, Collin and Olivia Geiger of Iowa Park, Tristan and Isabella Black of Iowa Park, Houston David Ruff of Albany, Leila Rose Haleck of Rapid City, S.D., Jackson Bohannon of Wichita Fall.
Pallbearers were Billy Powers, Jared Lytle, Dan Ruff, Makisi Haleck, Seth Lee, Mike Haase and Sage Blackman.
The family asks that memorials be made to Hospice, who provided excellent care to her in her final days.