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January 04, 2015
I was in basic training in the Marine Corps with Pete. We became close friends and I went to New York with him after basic training and spent a week with his family. Pete was the kind of person that left a positive influence on every one. I have tried to follow his example in the way I live my life. I had no idea of his death in 2012. I often think of the good times we has together. He even took me to meet Frank McGuire later when Frank coached at South Carolina. My only regret is that we didn't stay close later in life. I still think of Pete often. Semper Fi dqwood@gmail.com
March 12, 2013
You were one of my heros Pete. RIP. Jim Gregory
October 12, 2012
I WAS A CLASSMATE AT ST.AUGUSTINE H.S. IN BROOKLYN,N.Y. 1954 GRADUATION. I WATCHED HIM PLAY FOR OUR SCHOOL.I REALLY ENJOYED BEING A CLASSMATE WITH HIM.I RECENTLY HEARD OF HIS PASSING FROM OUR HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI. PLEASE ACCEPT MY CONDOLENCES. THOMAS OLSZEWSKI,CLASS 1954. MIDDLETOWN CT.
June 28, 2012
With a stylish sweater wrapped around his broad shoulders and a smile that warmed all of our hearts, Pete is now reunited with his team mate and dear friend, Bob Cunningham and his Coach and mentor, Frank McGuire. I can only imagine the welcome he has received from so many gone before him. I have such personal and wonderful memories of the UNC 1957 team and their Coach. My great fortune was in being Frank's daughter and having the absolute honor of knowing these incredible young men that in 1957, changed the history of basketball, not only for the Tarheels, but for the entire nation. My father loved every single one of these men and was incredibly proud of how they matured and lived their lives. Tommy Kearns, Joe Quigg, Bob Cunningham, Lennie Rosenbluth,Bob Young, Pete and all the rest are and have always been exceptional men of character and integrity. This stellor group of athletes remain at the very core of what made my father the success that he became. As a team they revolutionized how to play the game,stump their competitor,and with class and determination found a way to win! What a blessing they have been to all UNC fans and others whom love basketball and appreciate excellence! It is with sincere love and sympathy that I extend our condolences to the Brennan's, and to the UNC community that loved Pete for the fantastic man that he was. God Bless him on his new journey and may his stylish sweater be replaced by a robe of Grace........I wish him perfect happiness, and promise to never forget how authentically he impacted our lives.
Carol Ann McGuire'Morgan camorgan.yahoo.com Please feel free to contact me at any time, God Bless!
June 19, 2012
I treasure your help with me as a member of the 1958 freshman team when you watched us play before the Varsity home games in Chapel Hill...I will miss you...Peppy Callahan sends (UNC '62)....

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