Sarah Mary “Sally” Pegler Mosier died Friday, November 27, 2020, at Magnolia Manor in Tupelo, MS. She was 85. Sally was born on May 4, 1935 in Columbus, OH to Charles Arthur Pegler and Sarah Kinney Pegler. She married Robert Dale “Bob” Mosier on June 14, 1958. In the summer of 1980, Sally and her family moved from Collinsville, IL because Bob was transferred to the Tupelo location of Phillips Day-Brite. She has lived here ever since. Sally was passionate about many things, including gardening with flowers, sewing, and breeding and training boxer dogs. She was a founding member of the Tupelo Kennel Club, and a long-time member of the American Boxer Club. She had a deep love of animals as she had many pedigree boxer pets over the course of her life. She realized the sacredness of all God’s creatures. She loved the zest of life and took great pleasure in educating others with her vast experience and knowledge with dog training and breeding as well as gardening. Sally loved spending time collecting dolls and was a member of the United Federation of Doll Clubs. Most important was her endless love for her loving soulmate and husband, Bob Mosier. All services were private to the family. Holland Funeral Directors – Tupelo Chapel was entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be posted for the family at Sally is survived by her son, Bill Mosier and his wife Lennie of Riverside, CA; daughter-in-law, Kathy Mosier of Starkville, MS; grandsons, Robert Mosier and Dale Mosier, both of Riverside, CA; and longtime family friend, Kathy Aycock McMurry of Tupelo. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Bob Mosier; her son, James Robert Mosier; and her brother, John Austin Pegler.

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