Peggy Sue (Manierre) Kerlee, born on September 5, 1942, passed away on July 29, 2014, at the age of 71, due to heart complications.
Peggy Sue (Manierre) Kerlee, born on September 5, 1942, passed away on July 29, 2014, at the age of 71, due to heart complications. Peggy was creative and inspiring and full of thoughtfulness. She was a key motivator of the Arizona Canal Bike Path Project, which to this day is an epic part of Phoenix and a most righteous contribution to the city. She owned her own company throughout the 1980s, she drove off road cars in the Mint 400 desert races and she was part of a hot air balloon chase crew for most of her life. She was an avid admirer of NASA, The Kennedy Space Center and rocket launch missions. Peggy attended school in Chillicothe, Mo. Peggy is survived by her sister Cheryl Kerlee of Austin, Texas, daughter Stacia Hurst of Honolulu, Hawaii. Per Peggy’s request she will be cremated. Peggy had a curiosity about the world and a desire to travel, her daughter has plans to take her ashes with her in her travels all over the world. Honoring her memory, healing her soul and celebrating her love.