Mrs. Margaret Peduzzi

Mrs. Margaret Peduzzi, of Kinderhook, passed away peacefully in Hudson, NY on May 21 , 2020.

Born April 1, 1930 in Hudson, NY, she was the youngest daughter of the late Mary (Hersko) and Joseph Wassie, sister of the late Betty Pyndus, (Jake), Mary Yegella, (Ken), Anna W. Tkatz, (Tony), Helen Hoysradt, (Mel), and Julia Shuman, (Charlie); wife of Eugene L. Peduzzi, and mother of Helen B. Peduzzi. She is survived by her children: Dennis, Eugene, Mary Ann, (Joe); grand-daughter Sierra, and many nieces and nephews. Maggie was a homemaker, and co-owner of the Ichabod Crane Motel.

While growing up in Hudson, everybody at home spoke Hungarian. She loved to ‘cut the rug’, dancing the Czardas. Mac-Hayden Theatre was a favorite. She liked to read, and watch the ‘soaps’, Jeopardy, and Judge Judy. She happily attended the Lighthouse Guild (lighthouseguild.org) program in Albany for many years. Maggie was a life member of the Ladies Auxiliary, Stuyvesant Falls VFW.

Her family wishes to express their deep gratitude for the wonderful love and care given to our Mom by past and present housekeeping, kitchen, office staff, caregiver/friends and administrators at Barnwell, and the Nursing Assistants, Nurses, Doctors and all who attended on the 4th floor at Columbia Memorial Hospital.

If you would like to remember Maggie, the family suggests a memorial donation to your local food pantry, or to a charity of your choice. Due to the C-19 pandemic, all funeral services are private, under the direction of Bond’s Funeral Home.

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