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Peggy Lynn Frye

OCTOBER 1, 1946 – MARCH 17, 2024

Peggy Lynn Henry Frye, age 77 of Jackson, passed away on March 17, 2024, at her home surrounded by her family.

Peggy was born on October 1, 1946, in Jackson, Tenn., to the late Lynn Doyle Henry and Peggy Sue Laughlin Henry. She was a graduate of Jackson High School in the class of 1964 and attended West Tennessee Business College. Peggy was a member of GracePointe Church in Jackson. She loved the outdoors, working with her plants, watching the birds and hummingbirds and fishing with her husband, Greg. Peggy and Greg raised four boys with lots of love but also with the fierceness and grit that she needed to take care of her home and family. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, and great grandmother who was a staunch defender of her family. She was the one you wanted in your corner.

Peggy Lynn excelled at motherhood and was the foundation of her family, through and through. Despite her hectic schedule of raising four boys, family and friends were Peggy Lynn’s passion and delight. Throughout her lifetime, vacations and holidays were spent with siblings, nieces, nephews, and cousins. She enjoyed hosting parties at her house on Friday evenings where family would gather and play games and dance to music.

Peggy loved her family and will be remembered for her piercing blue eyes and how she always wanted everyone around her to feel loved. She will be greatly missed by many!

She is survived by her husband, Greg Frye; sons, Ashley Frye (Pam), Marty Frye (Kelly), David Frye, and Alan Frye; grandchildren, Shylah Frye, Mylan Surratt, Maggie Frye, Sadie Frye, Sara Catherine Frye, Rebecca Frye, Hunter Frye, and Logan Herndon; her sisters, Dawn Cox (Byron), Teresa Volner, and Kim Johnston; and her brother, Richard Henry (Nita).

The family received friends and loved ones on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 from 4-6 p.m. at the North Chapel of George A. Smith and Sons. Graveside services were conducted on Thursday, March 21, 2024, at 11 a.m. at Highland Memorial Gardens with Lane Collins and David Frye officiating.

Pallbearers were Evan Kennedy, Shane Cox, Adam Volner, Chuckie Greenway, Nathan Volner, and Reggie Henry.

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