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20 August 2018

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of John Corner Funeral Service Ltd (Low Hawsker, Whitby).
April 4, 2018
We have only known Peter for two years, as our neighbour. He was an extremely kind man, a get neighbour , always happy to help us, lending tools and a ladder and bravely went up the ladder to help us clean our gutters once as an example of some of the things he did for us.
We were shocked and saddened by his sudden death. We are so sorry not be able to be at the funeral but send sincere condolences to Sandra and family.
Helen and Phil
April 1, 2018
I've known Peter for almost 60 years. We just developed a lasting friendship when we met at the local youth club in Stockton in the early sixties. We slept out to get tickets for The Animals at the local Hippodrome when we also drink copious amounts of Newcastle brown ale with inevitable results. We went on our first continental holiday in 1966 to Rimini. We had just won the World Cup!! We were the boys and we let everyone know it. Haha. Later when he emigrated and then returned from South Africa we saw less of each other - we had gone in different directions but fate had a way of bumping us back together. We instantly re-connected and our chemistry ensured that those times are remembered with warmth, humour and great memories. I was proud to call him my mate.
Oh to share a glass of malt and a cigar now.
RIP.