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Peter Bishop Allen Obituary
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July 23, 2016

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June 23, 2004
I never had the good fortune to meet Peter only having happened upon the surfer's funeral on a recent trip to the coast. I was moved by the sense of friendship and love of those participating in the service and the sheer number of people who turned out to celebrate his life. Especially after reading the numerous entries in this guestbook, I feel as though I was fortunate, at least, to meet Peter in spirit. I'm sure all these kind words are a great deal of comfort and pride for his friends and family.
June 23, 2004
Of course I had a crush on Peter from the day I met him, but not just for his incredible good looks. Peter was one of those rare individuals who exude so much life force they dominate a room just by standing in it. His charm and charisma is known by all who knew him. And he taught us all a few things, too.
While driving together down the street where I live he waved at a passerby and explained why. They are your neighbors aren't they? To Peter, everyone was a neighbor and all were greeted with the same open heart. That was the lesson Pete taught me. I am sure there are hundreds of you out there remembering a little lesson of life that Pete taught you. Here is a wave to all of you from me.
June 23, 2004
Dear Peter - There is so much I want to say to you. I am so very sad that you are gone. Memories of growing up with you are flooding in. You truly were my hero, I adored you. You loved me right back. We were a team, you and I. I was so proud to be your sister. I followed you everywhere, and you let me. I was constantly asking: "can I go?" and I went everywhere with you, because you loved me. You were so handsome (all my girlfriends had a crush on you) and so hysterically funny!! Some of the proudest words that I ever spoke are these: "I'm Susie, I'm Peter Allen's sister".... I was so lucky, and it felt so cool, to hang out with you and your handsome friends. You never minded a bit, because you loved me. I'll always remember those completely goofy faces, the fake trips and stumbles over a big rock, or a fake slam into some sort of a pole or doorway in front of you. God, you were funny! You taught me how to do all kinds of dangerous dives in our pool, including front & back flips. You tickled me, you teased me, you cuddled with me and you loved me. And I loved you back - so much! Loved watching you surf, with such grace and beauty on those long boards. Surfing was your religion. I hope you're hangin' ten now, out there... on that eternal "perfect wave"! I am so sad now - - but I'll see you when I get there. Love, FOREVER & EVER, your SISTER SUZ
June 18, 2004
Dear Brother Pete,(worlds greatest frustrated stunt man)
I have always been proud that you considered me your surrogate little brother. Thanks for taking me stripper fishing day after day after day at four in the morning. Thanks for paying me for years to sand your fine art, when all I did was have fun. Thanks for working work into our busy surf schedule. Thanks for the endless surf sessions, Thanks for the many hours sitting in the Kapu playing slack key guitar. Thanks for being a great employee when you worked for me, all my clients from those jobs ask about you. I have a million great memories about our time together, and they all make me laugh. And finally,thanks for showing me that work is for those who can’t surf. Hope to surf with you on the other side, but not right away.
Comin down,
Brother Dars
Aka kidman
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