Margaret A. “Peg” Seng

February 27, 1951 ‒ April 21, 2019

Frazeysburg, Ohio

Margaret A. “Peg” Seng, age 68, of Frazeysburg, Ohio, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, April 21, 2019 at her home. She was born on February 27, 1951 in Piqua, Ohio the daughter of Harold and Josephine (Wenning) Bruns.  Peg earned her Bachelor Degree in Registered Dietician from the Ohio State University and achieved her Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology from the Ohio State University.  She previously worked as an independent nutritionist for Knox Community Hospital before starting an independent practice through Colonial City Wellness in Mount Vernon.

Peg enjoyed being outdoors and took great pride in her flower and vegetable gardens.  She also enjoyed the exercise and freedom she had while riding her bike, but nothing was more important to her than the quality time she spent with children and grandchildren.

She is survived by her two sons; Bryan (Julie) Seng of Frazeysburg and Kevin (Emily) Seng of Westerville; six grandchildren, Madison Seng, Anderson Seng, Hazel Seng, Henry Seng, John Seng and Pearl Seng; a brother, Nick (Jane) Bruns of Madison, Wisconsin; three sisters, Joanne (Ron) Sherwood of Granville, Susan Bruns of Cincinnati and Sharon (Joe) Henry of Versailles.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Friends may call on Friday, April 26, 2019 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home, 201 Newark Road, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050.  The family will observe a private service.

Memorial contributions in Peg’s name may be made to the Bladensburg Sertoma Club.

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  • Bryan and Kevin please accept my deepest sympathy at the passing of your mom. I will always remember her as such a beautiful and caring person. I am so sorry.

  • Dear Susan, Joanne and Sharon – please accept my deepest condolences on Peg’s untimely passing. I remember her energy and love of life from our days at Ohio State. I hope your memories of her can provide you with some joy and comfort in the days and years to come. Blessings to all of you and your families.
    Kathy Berger Hill

  • BRYAN AND Kevin, sorry to hear about your Mother. I just broke the new to my Mother (Betty) and she just cried. Our sympathy and love are with you both and may God be with ya’ll.

  • I was so saddened to hear of Peg’s passing!! She was a friend I looked up to very much. Prayer to the family – she will be greatly missed!!!

  • So very sorry for your loss. Peg was a beautiful women that was a friend and confidant to many as well as myself. I am positive she is in heaven spreading her word.Rest in peace our dear friend. Greg and Bev Miller.

  • Bryan, Julie & Family and Kevin, Emily & Family:

    I am so very saddened at the loss of your Mom/Mom-in-Law/Grandma – a unique, fun-loving Earth Mother – whose greatest love and pride was everyone of you. Surrounding all of your Family with love, peace and compassion.

  • Sending deepest sympathies to all of you on your very sad and shocking loss. So, so sorry. Peg will be missed!

    Gail and Bob

  • With a heavy heart I send condolences to Peg’s family. This world…or at least our corner of it… is so much richer because Peg was in it. She was brilliant and unselfishly shared so much with so many. God speed, Dear Peg.

  • Peg was a kind, caring person who desired to help others. She helped me with naturpathetic things and I appreciated all she did to serve us in Knox County. I pray love and healing for you all.

  • So very sorry for your loss. I knew Peg only in a professional way. But I was always amazed at the level of knowledge she freely gave. She will surely be missed by so many. Her legacy will continue to influence many in the years ahead.

  • The pain you feel with her passing is felt by all who knew and loved her and they are many. Our community has also lost a true healer who shared her knowledge and kindness with all who came to her. She will be missed. Healing blessings to you during this difficult time.

  • I worked with and took Peg’s aerobic classes at KCH. Always admired her calm, cool, classy demeanor. She effortlessly flew through those workouts without breaking a sweat and handled the patients with absolute ease and grace. It was astounding. May you take comfort in knowing how well respected she was by so many people. Wish we had more like her in this world.

  • I will be forever grateful to Peg for going the extra mile in pinpointing health issue with my son. Because of her diligence and care, we avoided a more serious outcome. Her care and expertise helped many and she will be missed.
    May love and laughter be what you remember most!

  • I was so very shocked and saddened upon learning of Peg’s passing! She had helped me immensely and my daughter also with health issues. She was so knowledgeable and caring. She will truly be missed.

    My wish for family and friends is all the happy memories.

    Kathy Haeuptle

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with the family! Bryan and Kevin we are so sorry for your loss! Peg was a great lady! Hugs!

  • Bryan, Kevin and family, Please accept my sincere sympathy in the loss of your dear mother. I have fond memories of her, especially when you two were little and spent time at Betty Dixon’s. She was such a proud mother!! May your special memories comfort you during this sad time. Prayers for all of you as you endure your loss. Fondly, Kristy (Dixon) Davis

  • I am deeply saddened by this great loss. Peg was one of kind! She helped me through a very difficult time with her kindness and knowledge, she knew exactly what was going on when no one else did! A brilliant, beautiful lady, my prayers for her family and friends and the community that has lost someone very special.

  • Peg kept so many of us on a healthy path. She invited me to her lovely county home to see her flowers. Have never seen such a lovely flower garden! Peg passed onto her reward with our Savior far too soon. You are missed Peg!!!

  • I thought twice about leaving a message since I hadn’t met the family (except Bryan and Kevin at prenatal exercise classes 30 years ago and Madison at a farm tour a few years ago), but Peg was so generous with her skillful advice and understanding empathy. She was a kindred soul. Condolences to family and all who will miss her. She left us too soon, but at least she did it on her own terms.