So very sorry for your loss. You did your dad proud every single day. Keep that close to your heart.
Uncle Pete and Aunt Fay were one of the strong links to our family via all of the fabulous cookouts held at their Lawrenceville home. . . I have such fond & fun memories of "getting lost in the vinyard" . . . quates . . . the tasty hot dogs & hambergers . . . the pool . . . the gigantic blocks I used to play with while my family visited (Helen, Jule & Julius). . . Grandpa Guiseppe contently sitting in his rocker . . . All so warming & welcoming . . . What great memories! Thank you Uncle Pete & Aunt Fay! We love you & we miss you, but you will always be in our hearts! xoxo, Mary Ann Krawiec Rosman . . . & our family
My deepst sympathy in the loss of Pete. He was a good friend; I can still see him singing in the choir with Mom. It was always great to meet up with Pete. He will be missed by all who knew him; but is now at peace. May he rest in peace in Post Everlasting. May the Good Lord give you strength and courage to carry on in the days ahead without Pete. God Bless You All.
Chaplain, Mercer County Vets Council
My heart is saddened, with your loss.
My hearty condolences. A new beginning to make up every end.
Our sincere condolences. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Mindy, Nathan and Saul
To Peter's family: Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
He is now in the presence of his Lord and may he rest in peace.
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.