My grandpa was a very great man. He was the hardest worker I have ever know. I thank him for instilling a very strong work ethic in my father and from my father to me. I take him to my work in what whatever job I do every day. My memory of grandpa was riding in the big noisy produce truck to see my parents. I was to young to remember conversations, but I am sure grandpa was growing me up on I-5. What I remember most about grandpa was his whiskers. He had the hardest,sharpest facial hair I have ever felt, stronger then carbon fiber. I should have hooked him up with Boeing for weapons and aircraft strength. I love spending time on the farm and caching tadpole's and feeding peacocks. The best day with grandpa was taking of in the silver Isuzu fishing on the Wilson and Tillamook rivers catching a lot of trout. Grandpa was one of the strongest men I have ever know, and will never forget is strength in integrity, moral spirit and being a good man. He was not rich and he was not poor but made a great life for his wife and his kids and for my and my cousins. He saved a family from fire several years ago. His strength was to strong to let him leave when he wanted to leave. He left the best way to our family. I want to thank Yong and he support staff at his home for being by his side the past years. There are no more men like Grandpa left these days. I only hope I will do my best to live what I learned from grandpa and apply it to my life day by day and continue what a true hard core PETERSON IS. I love you grandpa and am happy for where you are, I hope and pray you look down on me everyday and allow me to live as you did!