While her broker-associate license says "Margaret A. Henderson", she is known as "Peggy" to her clients and their children. Encouraged by her father-in-law, Jack Henderson, who ran his own real estate office in the 70's in Princeton, Peggy left New York commuting and got her license. As she is quick to tell all and sundry, she hasn't been home since! Peggy has relied on personal referrals for her entire successful career, and was chiefly responsible for the relocation of ER Squibb executives when they moved their headquarters to Princeton. This relocation kept Peggy busy and happy through most of the 80's. When Bristol-Myers bought Squibb, she placed two of their presidents in and out of houses, and other key personnel, too. Never thinking of business as work, her clients are given a complete tour Princeton from schools, to recreation, to churches, to clubs! Then many get on her party list! The Christmas cards and letters that come from former customers all over the globe attest to the fun time they had working with her, and the good life they enjoyed because of her knowledge and expertise.