Margaret J. (Peg) Bogosh nee Meyer, age 84, of Glen Ellyn

Written by Brust Funeral Home on May 1st, 2020

Margaret J. (Peg) Bogosh nee Meyer, age 84, died April 28, 2020 at Brookdale Senior Living in Glen Ellyn.

Peg was the loving mother of Deb (Jim) Tauber of Lombard and Curtiss (Nancy) Bogosh of Lake Villa; beloved grandmother of Christie (Brandon) Parsons of Michigan City, IN, Stephanie (Brent) Benfield of Berrien Springs, MI, Michael Tauber of Lombard, Patrick (Jackie) Tauber of Gurnee and Frank Lucchetti of Arizona; great-grandmother of Keira Davidson, Kiley Davidson, Bear Tauber and Kevin Benfield; dear sister of Ann (the late Richard) Maher of Chicago and the late Patricia and (the late Daniel) Genatempo; and fond aunt of six.

Peg had been a resident of Glen Ellyn for four years. She formerly lived in Lombard for 10 years, Bensenville and St. Petersburg, FL.  Peg grew up in Chicago.  She was a 1953 graduate from Alvernia Catholic High School in Chicago and Wright Junior College.

Peg worked as a Reservation Agent for TWA, Eastern Airlines and Continental Airlines.  She enjoyed her family, golfing, boating, travel and was a lifelong Cubs fan and dog lover.

A Family Visitation and Funeral Service will be held Friday, May 8, at Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main Street in Lombard at 1200CST. Due to the state regulations the family will be adhering to the social distancing guidelines. If you are interested in virtually attending the Funeral please send an email request to Deb at and we will forward the Zoom meeting information for you to you to virtually join us. When we are able to celebrate in Church, there will be a celebration of life service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials in memory of Margaret are requested to Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research


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  1. Barbara Del Vigna says:

    We are so sorry to hear about Peg. She was so wonderful and funny. We enjoyed the EAL get together up in Wisconsin every year. It was a pleasure working with her at Eastern Airlines.

    Condolences for all of you.

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