Pete was a great guy. Just a quick story, Pete taught me how to change the brakes on my care...he didnt have to do it and didnt expect anything, he was just teaching a young boy a skill. Wishing you all the best, Kevin Collins, formerly of 5th St, French Hill. email@example.com.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Pete was there for me growing up.... Please reach out to me. I Love You Pete.
Linda, Donna and Brenda,
So very sorry to hear about your dad. I didn't know him but Jeff always spoke fondly of him, and what a great guy he was. Thinking about you and we send our prayers to you.
Jeff and Donna Turbide
My deepest sympathy. I remember, tho vaguely, camping with your family. Hangin out at your house, And being friends. Your dad was such a nice guy, handsome too. I think I had a school-girl crush on him!( I was only in elementary school). Fond memories. Losing a parent or spouse is a tough one. Stay strong, and know there are so many people who love you!
RIP.. condolences to the family
Pete was one of my favorite people down at Spec Pond when he visited the Cormier's tent in the early 60's! He taught me about diving and let me tag after him as he explored the bottom of Spec Pond. He was always welcoming when we'd stop into the Fire Dept. to say "HI". A wonderful, loving guy!
Brenda & family - my sympathies to you all. I always felt so welcome when I came to your home!! Your Dad was one of the 'good guys'! I live in the Sunshine State too now. One day we will have to catch up.
To the Best Father anyone could ask for. He was a substitute father to so many children of all ages. I can honestly say " He was loved by everyone he met." I wanted to include all those children that he enjoyed sharing his jokes with. It started like this....Our Father, who is in Heaven. I started to laugh. This sounds familiar. He will always be my guardian angel. I Love You & Miss you every day.
Linda, I'm very sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.
We will miss your smile, your laugh and your silly jokes Uncle Pete. You could always bring a smile to our faces.
Denise (not Denephew)
To the family I am truly sorry to hear of Pete's passing. Even though I didn't have a chance to work with Pete. When he came back to Leominster to visit family. He always found time to visit us and sit on the bench and share a laugh or two. RIP Pete!!
So sorry my thoughts and prayers are with you Jackie and Linda and family.
Our deepest sympathy to the Remy family, our good friends.Dee and I will always remember the fun times we shared.Pete was full of surprises and loved telling jokes and stories.Will be missed but not forgotten.
PETE WAS A GOOD FRIEND AND MENTOR