Margaret Jenkinson, 98

Margaret (Peggy Maish) Jenkinson, 98, Cincinnati, OH, formerly of Greensburg, passed away on September 15, 2021. She was born on May 24, 1923 in Cincinnati, OH, the daughter of Kathryn and Harold Maish.

Peg was a graduate of Hughes High School and the University of Cincinnati where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board. In 1945-46 Peg joined the Waves of the US Navy where she was a hospital corpsman First Class.

On December 27, 1948, Peg married Richard M. Miller. He preceded her in death in 1981. While in Greensburg she worked at the Decatur County Courthouse and retired from Fifth Third Bank. She was a member of Tri Kappa, PEO Sisterhood, and former member of the Greensburg Presbyterian Church.

On June 26, 1993, she married the late Stanley N. Jenkinson and the two eventually moved back to their roots in Cincinnati.  She was a member of the Northminster Presbyterian Church and resided at Maple Knoll Village.

Peg enjoyed traveling, camping, walking the golf course, crossword, jumble, and cryptoquip puzzles, spending time with family, and making people laugh.

Peg is survived by three daughters: Kathy Miller, Ft. Wayne, Dede (Elizabeth) Huish (Steven), Ketchum, ID, Amy Marschand (Larry), Indianapolis; grandchildren Paul (Missy) Huish, Park City, UT, and Katie (Brett) Hubert, Crested Butte, CO, great grandchildren Hayden Richard Huish and

Madeline Margaret Huish, Park City, UT; also step-daughter Nancy Jenkinson Vogelsang (Kevin) and step-son Neil Jenkinson (Chris), step-grandchildren Sara Vanatta (Sean) and Amy Vogelsang, Brooke HM Stokdyk (Chris) and Blaire Hensley-Marschand (Eric Sargis), as well as five step-great grandchildren.  Heartfelt appreciation from the entire family goes out to Peg’s Homewell companion and friend, Linda Snow, for so lovingly caring for her at Maple Knoll’s Bodmann Pavillion.

A Graveside service for family and friends will be held on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 11:00 AM at South Park Cemetery, Greensburg, Indiana with Pastor Dawn L. Barnes officiating.  Memorial contributions may be made to Greensburg Community Bread of Life, Greensburg Presbyterian Church, or the Salvation Army of Cincinnati. Online condolences can be made to the family at

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