Peggy Hirsch Greenwald, of Longboat Key and Louisville, Ky., died June 11. She was 72.
Mrs. Greenwald was a 1957 graduate of Atherton High School and was a life-long Louisville resident. She attended the University of Miami. Later in life, she was a part-time resident of Longboat Key.
In Louisville, Mrs. Greenwald is best remembered as one of the founding partners of Rita ’N’ Peggy’s Choices, a jewelry-and-accessories boutique in Chenoweth Square for nearly 25 years. She was active in the community by volunteering with the Jewish Hospital Women’s Guild and the United Way. She was a member of the Standard Country Club, the Longboat Key Club, the National Council of Jewish Women and the congregations of the Temple and Keneseth Israel, in Louisville.
Mrs. Greenwald is survived by her husband of 53 years, Murray; daughter, Brooke; sons Bart and Brent; and nine grandchildren.
Visitation will be held in Kentucky. Arrangements are being handled by Herman Meyer & Son.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Hosparus of Louisville, Dept. 52420, P.O. Box 36370, Louisville, Ky., 40233 or The Temple, 5101 U.S. Highway 42, Louisville, Ky., 40241.
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