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Peggy Jo RollandPeggy Jo Rolland, 71 of Milroy, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, July 24, 2015 at her residence in Milroy. A Visitation will be held from 4 â 8 pm on Friday, July 31, 2015 at the Almlie â Horvath Funeral Home in Tracy with a prayer service being held at 7:00 pm. No additional services will be held. Online condolences may be placed at www.almlie-horvath.com. The Almlie-Horvath Funeral Service of Tracy is caring for the family. Peggy Jo Rolland was born on November 18, 1943 to Cleve and Muriel (Brakke) Beebout in Marshall, Minnesota. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith at Our Saviorâs Lutheran Church in Milroy. She attended the Milroy Public Schools and graduated from Milroy High School. After graduation, Peggy Jo went to beauty school in Minneapolis and received her degree as a hairstylist. On July 27, 1965, Peggy Jo was united in marriage to Larry Rolland in South Dakota. They made their home in the Milroy area where Peggy Jo worked as a hairstylist for a few years in Redwood Falls before opening up her own hair salon at her residence in Milroy. Over the years, Peggy Jo helped with the ladies aid at Our Saviorâs Lutheran Church in Milroy. She enjoyed working, reading, gardening, flowers, loved cats, and just liked to be outside spending time with her husband, children, grandchildren, family, and friends. On Friday, July 24, 2015, Peggy Jo passed away unexpectedly at her residence in Milroy at the age of 71. She is survived by her husband, Larry Rolland of Milroy; three children, Paul (Amy) Rolland of St. Peter, Troy Rolland of Milroy, and Curt (Dani Clark) Rolland of New Prague; three grandchildren, Jordann (Allen) Boerboom, Cole, and Mack; one sister, Patty (Gary) Stuerwald, two brothers, Lynn (Deb) Beebout, and Ron Beebout; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Her parents, Muriel and Cleve Beebout, one brother, Douglas, and two sisters, Jackie, and Jolene preceded her in death. Blessed be her memory.
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