Peggy Dawn Mauk
December 16, 1938  -  February 26, 2018

Peggy Dawn Mauk

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Resthaven Memorial Park Cemetery
1901 E. Hubbard Road
Ponca City, OK  74601
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Peggy D Rhoades Mauk, a resident of Ponca City, passed away on Monday, February 26, 2018 at the Integris Hospital in Enid. She was 79 years old. Peggy was born on December 16, 1938 in Ponca City, Oklahoma , the daughter of Windy Daniel Rhoades, Sr. and Frances Hindes Rhoades. She married Donald Lewis Mauk on January 14, 1956 in Ponca City. She worked as a lab technician at Conoco. Peggy loved to catch fish. The little ones she would throw back but if they were eatin' size she would fry them up for her boys. She just had one stipulation, they had to clean the fish. Her favorite was catfish. She liked to crochet and work in the garden. Peggy enjoyed cooking for her family on Sundays. She would spend time setting on her patio watching the birds and squirrels she fed. She also fed rabbits and had two beloved dogs. She spent time with her grandkids, they were the apple of her eye. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, a son Terry Dale Mauk, and brother Danny Rhoades, brother-in-law Dwaine Vernon and nephew Ricky Vernon. She is survived by her sons, Donald Mauk, David Mauk, and Timmy Mauk all of Ponca City, a host of grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, a sister Verna Vernon of Kansas, and a brother Jimmy Rhoades of Marland, OK.
At Mrs. Mauk's request there will not be a public funeral or memorial service held. There will be no public visitation held. They family has chosen to hold a private ceremony under the direction of Grace Memorial Chapel. The family appreciates all of your kind words and condolences.


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  1. Amber Mauk
    Bartlesville, OK

    Grandma, I am so sorry to hear of your passing. I know that you are flying high with the angels and are now at peace with no pain. I wish that I could take back our missed time together, but since I cannot I will continue to be thankful for the times we did have together. You were a very strong woman. I love you so very much and will see you again one day.

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