Marguerite Storm Puth (“Peggy”), of Lowell, Michigan, passed away peacefully at home on Friday, November 20, 2020. Peggy was born February 4, 1926 in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Her love for all “beach places” started here, with summers at the Jersey shore or at the family cabin on Estling Lake. Peggy often told stories of taking the train into New York City where she worked across from Macy’s. She was married to the love of her life, Russell Puth, for 67 years. Russell pre-deceased her in 2014. Together they would play bridge, ski, play golf (where she accomplished the coveted Hole-in-One!). They lived to travel, always happy for a new adventure. Peggy was a woman of many talents including sewing, knitting, cooking, decorating …and was keen competition during Wheel of Fortune! She volunteered with various organizations. Peggy belonged to the Lowell Women’s Club and loved being part of the local YMCA exercise group. Over the years, she and Russ lived in Minnesota, Arizona, Tennessee, moving to Michigan 20 years ago. Survivors include three children, Judy Haglund of Lowell, Dianne White of Santa Barbara, CA, and Jeff Puth (Lorraine) of Loretto, MN. Peggy has eight grandchildren (seven living) and eight great-grandchildren. At Peggy’s request, cremation has taken place and there will be no services. Her final earthly resting place will be on the beach in Monterey, California, where she will be together again with Russell.