Peggy M. Dulany

Peggy M. Dulany

printed 03/15/2019

Ocean City

It is with much sadness we announce the death of Peggy M. Dulany of Ocean City, Maryland.

She passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, March 2, 2019.

Peggy was born in Salisbury, Maryland, and was the daughter of late Benjamin Franklin Moore and Thelma Collier Moore of Salisbury, Maryland

For 30 years Peggy and husband, Rod, were directors of tennis at Washington Golf and Country Club in Arlington, Virginia.

They retired to Ocean City, Maryland, in 2002, where she enjoyed her friends and family at the beach, where she spent her summers. Both Peggy and Rod were born on the Eastern Shore.

She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Rod Dulany; her daughter, Debbie Adams of Salisbury, Maryland; step-daughter, Debi Dulany Gehrm of Raleigh, North Carolina; and brother in-law, Page Dulany and his wife, Cheryl.

Other beloved family included nieces and nephews and their children.

Peggy will have a family ceremony in mid-April where she will have her ashes sprinkled on the beach in Ocean City.

Peggy was married to Rod Dulany and together they served the WGCC membership for 30 years as directors of tennis. During this time, they had the great fortune to make several good friends which they have kept over the years.

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