Margaret "Peggy" Bryant, 73, was granted her angel wings on May 4, 2021. Born in Yonkers, New York, Peggy was a graduate of Sacred Heart High School and Cochran School of Nursing-St. John's Riverside Hospital in Yonkers. She was extremely proud of her lifelong career as a Registered Nurse with specialties in hospice and outpatient surgery. She cared for patients in New York, Florida and Oklahoma.Peggy was an amazing mother, grammy, sister and loyal friend to everyone in her life. Always a bright light with a positive attitude, she will be remembered for her love of family, the beach, flowers and her kind spirit. Despite the tragic loss of her daughter and numerous health problems over the years, her spirit and faith always remained strong with prayer and now she will be our angel above forever. Peggy is survived by her daughter, Stephanie (Chris) Bruehl of Edmond, OK; son-in-law, Teddy Mitchell of Edmond, OK; grandson, Garrett Bruehl; and granddaughters, Macy Bruehl and London Mitchell.She is also survived by her twin brother, Lee (Susan) Kinnally of Hastings-on Hudson, NY and sisters Alice (Jim) McCann of Summerfield, FL, Kathy (Jay) Corbalis of West Hartford, CT, Marian (Frank) Ermelio of Philadelphia, PA and sister-in-law Jeanne Ceccolini of Dobbs Ferry, NY. In addition, she is survived by nephews Denis Kinnally, David McCann, Ryan Corbalis, Christopher Ceccolini and nieces Maureen McCann, Kaitlin Christie, Emily Corbalis and Courtney Christie. Peggy will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. She was preceded in death by her parents William and Rita Kinnally of Yonkers, NY, her daughter Julie Bryant Mitchell of Edmond, OK and the father of her children Harvey Bryant of Nichols Hills, OK.Special thanks to Twila Silas who was a steadfast and compassionate caregiver to Peggy during the final years of her life.A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Saturday, May 8 at 11 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 900 S. Littler Ave. Edmond, OK 73034. The family has requested that remembrances be made in the form of contributions to the American Diabetes Association in Peggy's memory.