I will miss you immensely Dad! Love always,
Cheryl and Family; Please accept my condolences.My short few visits
with Pete were very memorable. I enjoyed his many ventures of his travel
all over the world when he was in the Navy.He is sailing God's beautiful
seas with his beloved wife now.
Sincerely, Ray Stone
No one has any idea the void I now have in my life. You are no longer sitting in the seat beside me in the car, or in the recliner next to me in the morning as we drink our coffee and try to solve the world's problems. The good thing is, you are in a better place and at peace finally. I love you and miss you terribly. Marcy
Cheryl and family,
I was saddened to hear of Pete’s passing. Pete was a great man and a loving Father and husband and Friend. I had the privilege to know your Dad while living in Dubois. I loved the way your dad took care of Shirley and the great stories he told of driving the ambulance, and traveling with your mother before her health got bad and know that he always talk of his children and was very proud of you. I remember the stories he told of his life in our Country’s military and he wore that uniform with pride. Please know that I hope that God gives Love and comfort to all at this time.
Eric and I would like to extend our sympathy to your family...
We have known Pete for a long time and will miss seeing him laugh and ex
tending a smile to us. The last time we saw Pete was at his 90th birthday party at the VFW...Our love to you all, Eric and Kay Wells