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Margaret Sala

Margaret A. Sala (Harrington)

Monday, April 17th, 1944 - Sunday, April 12th, 2020
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Obituary

Margaret A. “Peg” Sala, 75, of West Allis, passed away peacefully at home on April 10th, 2020.
Born on April 17, 1944 in Milwaukee, WI, she was the loving daughter of Jerry and Irene Harrington.  She married Melvin Sala in the summer of 1971.  They shared 28 happy years of marriage together prior to his passing in 1999.  She was retired after a fulfilling career as a Health Information Manager. 
As a proud mother many of her passions included those interests of her children including Boy Scouts of America and Little League of West Allis.  In addition, she was dedicated to following the many accomplishments of her 6 grandchildren. She was a strong woman who was a two-time cancer survivor.    
She was preceded in death by her husband Melvin Sala, her parents Jerry and Irene Harrington and her sister in law Sandra.  She is survived by her children Pete Sala (Debra), Jonathan Sala (Jamie), and Kate Vopal (Matthew); her grandchildren Grace Sala, Olivia Sala, Owen Sala, Carlee Sala, Logan Vopal, and Cameron Vopal; sister to Mary Ellen Ward (Richard), Thomas Harrington (Sharon), and Daniel Harrington (Sandra), and a host of other family and friends.
A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date. Please check Peg’s Facebook page for updates.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be given to the American Cancer Society.
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Linda Haack

Posted at 12:13am
Peg was the first friend I made when I moved to Milwaukee and started work at St. Joseph's Hospital. We had a lot in common, strong Catholic background, Irish heritage and a passion for health care administration. I always admired Peg's commitment to her profession, which she took seriously and gave her all to help patients receive the care they needed through her specialty in medical records. She was a good friend, and we were close through her marriage and as she started a family. I was always impressed by her devotion to Mel, her children and their needs and development. Later, she was so proud of her grandchildren. A good wife, good mother, good daughter and sister, and a good friend. A life well lived in kindness and generosity to others. I will miss her, and I know many others will as well. Rest in peace, Peg. You earned it.
JZ

JIM ZALEWSKI

Posted at 01:32pm
I SPENT A NUMBER OF YEARS WITH PEG ON THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE SOUTHWEST LITTLE LEAGUE OF WEST ALLIS. PEG WAS ALWAYS FUN TO BE AROUND AND ALWAYS WORKED HARD AND GAVE HER ALL TO HELP ALL OF US AND THE KIDS/PARENTS INVOLVED IN THE LITTLE LEAGUE. REST IN PEACE.
JIM ZALEWSKI
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