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“Peggy’s seminar, Voices of the Heart, was fantastic. Thank you so much for inviting her to speak.” (Participant, St. Louis College Club)
“I found an interesting article on St. Louis Orphanages and homes for orphaned and indigent children in the 19th century. Greenwood explains the social-historical circumstances that caused these institutions to proliferate. It added great value to my family’s orphan story.” (madinpursuitoffamilyhistory.net)
“I went to the workshop, Many Voices . . . One Story just to keep my friend company. I fully expected to be bored. I wasn’t. Peggy made it so exciting and the resources she gave us were invaluable.” (CO, Association of Personal Historians)
“I want to thank you for doing such a great job. You’re really good at what you do. You’ve helped me to pass along quite an inheritance to my descendants.” (Mark from Los Angeles, California)
“I read the wonderful story that you wrote for the memorial program. It was beautiful and I hope her many grandchildren will treasure it always. … Your ideas for these legacies are better than eulogies.”
(JBS, Ballwin, Missouri)
“I thank you again for your work of art. I love how you told my story.” (Colleen O. Ballwin, Missouri)
“I think it turned out splendidly–don’t you?” (MBL, Herndon, Virginia)
“Peggy, thank you doesn’t seem to say enough, but this THANK YOU is from the bottom of my heart, entailing so much respect for your writing abilities, as well as your kindness, in putting together MY STORY.” (RW from Kirkwood, Missouri)
“My mom is THRILLED with her book. She’s already called me twice. She said she read it from cover to cover and that you did an amazing job. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for bringing her so much pleasure and happiness with the book. For that we owe you the world.” (KMN, Afton, Missouri)
“Words cannot begin to express my gratitude. To say I love it is an understatement. I have given your creation a place of honor and it will remain there all the days of my life.” (PCR, St. Louis, Missouri)
“Thank you very much. I will treasure my book for the rest of my life. It is a joy to share our masterpiece with family and friends.” (BLMH, Ballwin, Missouri)