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Peggy Meyer was presented with a $5 gold piece necklace in honor of 15 years of continuous loyal service with Bank of Louisiana.
Meyer worked from 1986 to 1991 with Bank of Louisiana as a Customer Service Representative. After a short leave of absence, she returned in 1996 and is now a Teller and the Assistant Branch Manager at Bank of Louisiana’s West Branch.
She loves working with people and enjoys her many regular customers, which she feels are like friends.
Peggy graduated Pattonville High School in 1968 and also attended college at University of Missouri St. Louis for a couple years. She and her husband Charlie moved to the Louisiana area in 1976.
Charlie Meyer, President of La Crosse Lumber, and Peggy have been married for 41 years and have three children and three grandchildren, all in the St. Louis area.
When she’s not at the bank, Peggy has several hobbies, but her main passion is for growing. Together she and her husband farm approximately two acres in produce and they also have a large lavender field in front of their home.
On any summer weekend, you can find Peggy and her husband at a local Farmer’s Market, where they sell their produce, lavender, and honey.
Peggy is also involved in the local Buffalo Township United Fund, where she has been a member for 10 years. She is the current president and is already starting to plan their yearly fundraiser in June.
In addition, Peggy is also a member of St Joseph’s Catholic Church, Missouri Vegetable Grower’s Assoc., Three Rivers Beekeeping Assoc., and PEO.
In her small amount of spare time, Peggy enjoys her children and grandchildren, going out with friends, and working on growing their produce business.