Peggy Ann Qualls gained her wings on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 at her home surrounded by family. Memorial services will be 2:00 P.M. Saturday, April 2, 2022 at Walker Funeral Chapel with Rev. Clint Dawkins officiating. She is preceded in death by her parents Roe and Pearl Lambert, her sister Gail Mattingly, brother Jimmy Lambert, and son- in-law David Combs. She is survived by her husband Donald Qualls of the home, daughters Beverly Qualls of the home, Nancy Newton and husband Ronnie Newton of McLoud, and Karen Combs of the home, grandchildren, Jessica Newton of McLoud, Tabitha Montgomery and husband Jordan Montgomery of Shawnee, Phillip Searcy and wife Candace Searcy of Healdton, OK, Bailey Phillips and husband Tajhler Phillips of Dale, Alan Brewer of Shawnee, Brayden Robbins and her husband Slater Robbins of Tecumseh, Dedra Meeks and husband Dalton Meeks of Seminole, great-grandchildren who were her whole world, Addy and Parker Barnard, Lily, Claire, and Olen Steward, Carly Montgomery, Kash and Karoline Phillips, Axel, Aydan, Aariah, and Asher Searcy, Roman Robbins and Myla and Willo Meeks. She was also survived by her sister Bobbie Simpson of Sand Springs, OK and brother Jerry Lambert of Arkansas and two special family members Kevin and Sonya Brewer. She was born on December 30, 1939 in Harris, Oklahoma to Roe and Pearl Lambert. She married her husband of 61 years, Donald Qualls, on April 22, 1960. They moved to Shawnee in 1969 to raise their family. She worked for Southwestern Bell Telephone and then began her 32 year career with Shawnee Mill in the feed department before retiring. She loved her grandchildren and great-grandchildren! They were her world and she loved spoiling them. She was always their biggest fan and the first person to any ballgame, concert, awards assembly, or livestock show. She had many hobbies including baking, making her annual Christmas candy trays, shopping, going to garage sales, watching all of her favorite game shows, and old black and white movies. She loved every holiday, and being so festive, she even made costumes for her kids and grandkids, and threw the best Halloween Parties. She spray painted anything she could get her hands on, enjoyed spending time outside working on her flower bed, especially her roses. She collected anything that had to do with flamingos and roosters. Our family was blessed with the best wife, mom, grandma, and G.G. ever! We will see you again soon! We also want to say a special “thank you” to Centric Home Health and Hospice for their exceptional care.