Our sympathy goes your way. Martha bigler and daughter.
God has a beautiful plan for all of us. While we are here on earth we are given the blessing of love through our families. Pete was such a loving man, gave so much and asked for so little. God led him to Lois, they loved each other, and were so happy for 5 good years. We are so honored to have known Pete and all of his goodness he shared with many. May we honor his memory by loving one another and taking care of one another. Until we meet again Pete, we love you and thank you for loving our mom and the Glazier side of the family. JoDy & Gary Glazier
Lois's oldest son is Jeffrey A. Glazier, I married him on July 11, 1970. Lois has always been a strong, God fearing woman. When she told us about this man named Pete who kept coming by and asking if he could do anything to help around the house we thought, we need to go meet him. At one of our visits from Phoenix we went for a walk and went by his cute home and introduced our selves. We found him to be warm and respectful and told Lois we liked Pete, he is a nice man. We all came for their wedding day and have grown to love Pete from afar, and grateful Lois and Pete found companionship and love for these past 6 -7 years.
His 90's Birthday was a celebration of his passion for life. Pete has joined Jeff and they are both in a better place, but are dearly missed. Teach us Pete from the other side of the veil, and let us all continue his legacy of respect, kindness, and service as he did. Soar~
Claude Peters, "Pete" as I got to know him, was a great blessing to our family. Even though I only knew Pete for the six short years he shared in marriage with my mother, Lois, he welcomed our family with love, and modeled for us all humor, intelligence, persistence in life, and devotion. He brought great joy and love into my mother's later years, along with companionship, "cruises" and security... just to name just a few of his blessings. Pete will be missed, and I wish him and his family great peace for his special spirit! Love, Charisse xoxox
It took me awhile to call this man Pete. I started calling him Mr. Peters as a sign of respect for my brother's father-in-law and, despite his great smile and warmth, I had a hard time to stop doing that. He always made me feel welcome and comfortable, made sure I knew he was happy to see me; and it's easy to understand why there are such good memories of this man by all those with whom he made contact. My strongest memory though is the pride and love he had for his family. I may have finally called him Pete but the respect I have for him will always keep him as Mr. Peters in my heart. Bill and I send condolences and all our love to his wonderful family.