Margot Pecor, 96, of Colonial Heights passed away December 9, 2022. She was born in Eschwege, Germany on June 1, 1926 to the late Elise Mueller and Nikolaus Gustav Grebenstein. She was also preceded in death by her two brothers, four sisters, her son, Frank Kunze and grandchild, Candice Kunze.
Margot is survived by her son, Holger Kunze and wife Eunice; daughter Patricia Lawson and husband Aaron; and daughter-in-law Patricia Kunze; grandchildren, Adam Kunze; Nikolaus Lawson and his wife Kellie; Scott Kunze; Daniel Kunze and his wife Miranda; and Alexander Lawson and his fiancée Rebecca; one great-grandchild, Aubree Kunze; and extended family in Germany.
Margot moved to the United States in 1971, where she became an active member of the German Speaking Damenklub. She was also a member of Wesley United Methodist Church.
Our beloved “Mutti” and “Oma” had a zest for life and love for travel. She enjoyed traveling back to Germany throughout the years to visit extended family. After her retirement from AAFES, Margot traveled the world, where she saw the beauty of Singapore, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal. She played with the kangaroos in Australia and took a balloon ride in New Zealand. Margot also loved to travel in the United States, where she walked on a glacier in Alaska and on the beaches of Hawaii. Her favorite place was always at the beach, where she could sit, relax, read a good book, and dip her toes in the ocean.
Mutti loved to entertain, enjoying nothing better than having friends over to her house for Kaffee and Kuchen, and playing Rummikub the entire evening. Oma thoroughly loved each of her grandchildren and enjoyed when they came to her house for sleepovers and game night. Mutti always looked forward to the holidays, especially the Christmas Season. She loved to have everyone at the house for Christmas Eve dinner and festivities! Her eyes always glittered when it was time to hand out the gifts for her family.
Our dear Mutti and Oma, we will miss you more than words can say! You are our shining light in the sky, and we will always remember your laughter, kindness, and heart of gold.
With all our love, Your Family.
A celebration of life to honor our Mutti and Oma will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Ms. Margot's honor to At Home Care Hospice / BrightSpring Hospice Foundation:
805 N. Whittington Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222.