Peg’s Honors and Awards

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  1. Peg had 3 sons, one of which is Chris Coile, a well known local Realtor...the sole surviving son.
  2. Basically always a single mom, she became a den mother, square dance caller, and teen center director in addition to supporting herself and family by selling real estate.
  3. Peg was 12 years as an unpaid lobbyist for NOW, the National Organization for Women.
  4. Peg was a PTA officer and Board Member for the first Shelter for Battered Spouses in Anne Arundel County.
  5. In the early 90’s she helped establish the Eastport Wooden Boat Program which became the Barge House Museum.
  6. In 1997 Peg became the Chairman of the Barge House Museum.
  7. In September 1999 Peg was recognized by Janet Owens as one of Anne Arundel County’s Most Outstanding Volunteers.
  8. In 1999 Peg served on the Annapolis Conservancy Board.
  9. In 2001 Peg became the first Chairman of the Annapolis Maritime Museum, a long term dream of hers.
  10. In 2003 Peg was inducted into the Maritime Hall of Fame.
  11. Peg organized the first All Eastport Spring Fling Day.
  12. In 2004 Anne Arundel County Trust for Preservation gave Peg a Lifetime Achievement Award.
  13. In 2005 Peg was the recipient of an Inaugural Heritage Award for preserving, promoting, researching and supporting Historic Legacy.

Peg Wallace loved Eastport and Annapolis and has been a giver of her time, talent, energy and enthusiasm for as long as she lived.