OBITUARY

Margaret K. Ache

January 2, 1963February 3, 2021

Margaret (Peggy) K. Ache was born on January 2nd,1963 and passed away on February 3rd, 2021 in her home surrounded by her loved ones. She was a beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, friend and sister.

She left behind Alvin Hassler Sr. and four children- daughter Cheryl Ache-Hassler her partner Crilynne Sheperd, daughter Jessica Altman and her husband William Altman Sr., daughter Heather Ache-Hassler and her only son Randy Ache-Hassler Sr and his wife Shannon Ache-Hassler. Thirteen grandchildren – Michael, Shania, Fantasia, Ryan, Jasminerose, Bobby, Jacklyn, William Jr, Jersey, Isabella, Randy Jr, Saphire and Joey. Also a great granddaughter Heaven Marie Reed. She also was a beloved step-mother to Tammy Engleman, Kenneth Hassler, Alvin Hassler Jr (deceased) along with one step grandson. She is survived by two sisters Shirley Gordon and Sandra Butler and predeceased by her brother Robert Brown. She was the daughter of Richard Ache and Nora (Burkey) Ache (deceased) and to many more who loved her and called her Mom or Nanny as Peggy impacted the lives of many. Peggy loved going to Dorney, this was her home away from home (2nd home as she would say!)

She loved Elvis Presley, butterflies, roses, carnivals, fairs and amusement parks. Peggy loved having family get togethers or just being around family in general. Peggy will be missed by her kids, grandkids, friends, family and anyone she may have come in contact with through out the years.

Peggy will be remembered, loved and missed by many!

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John Williams

February 15, 2021

I grown on the south side of went to school with her daughter,s and she was like a 2nd mom to me ever nice women care about ever one I was always at the house on maple street RIP in peace i am sorry that i could not say good by but I know you will watching over of all of us ......

Nikki Wade

February 14, 2021

Aunt Peggy would take me to doney with her and my cousins. She was always so happy there and knew everyone. She loved her kids like crazy and so proud of them and her grandkids. She was always there for who ever needed her. I loved to pick on her and she always gave it back. Wish I would have kept in closer contact with her. I will miss her dearly. Love her always

Jacklyn Sands

February 14, 2021

I don’t really need to say who I was to her bc most of you know, she was my nanny. I had her first ever great grandbaby on the 21st of January. She got to spend a week and a half with her. She loved her more then anything before and after she was born. My daughter was the reason she was holding on so long as were the rest of her kids and grandkids, but most of all she held on for her. I love you nanny, n I miss you more then words will EVER explain. She will know who you were and how much you loved her.

Melissa Scott

February 14, 2021

She was like a second mom to me. We meet at dorney Park when I was younger and we always watched the shows together. She will always be in my heart and I miss her dearly. Rip Peggy. 🙏

Robin Williams

February 14, 2021

Peggy was a great mother and grandmother. She was my neighbor .She will be missed by myself and all that knew her.Rest in peace Peggy .And to her children and grandchildren.Sheclived yous all so much !!♡♡

Dr. Michael Baxter

February 14, 2021

So sorry to hear. Peggy always put her kids and family first. Lots of memories of her. My thoughts and best wishes for all of you.
Dr. Michael Baxter

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY