Loberg, Peter E.
South Bristol: April 20, 2013 at age 70.Predeceased by his parents Professor Harry and Aileen Loberg, he is survived by his loving wife, Jeanne, his children, Janine (Russell) Dryden of Sunnyvale CA, Dr. Eric R. Loberg of Seattle WA, his grandchildren Casey, Claire and Julia Dryden and Kayana and Kalina Loberg, his brothers Paul (Lynda) Loberg of Cincinnati OH and Park City UT, Hon. Harry (Susan) Loberg of Santa Barbara, CA and Dr. Eric (Mary) Loberg of Los Angeles, CA, his brother-in-law and sister-in-law Dominic and Jacqueline Angelone of Brooklyn, NY, several nieces and two nephews and many loving friends.
Pete was a graduate of Cornell University School of Engineering. Upon his graduation he accepted a position with Eastman Kodak Company whereupon he was drafted to serve in the Viet Nam War. He enlisted in the United States Navy and was selected to serve with the Civil Engineer Corps, Battalion Eight of the US Naval Seabees as a Lieutenant Junior Grade Officer, completing three tours in Viet Nam. Upon completion of his four-year tour of duty, he went on to serve ten years as a Lieutenant in the US Naval Reserve. Pete was an avid sailor, as his many sailing trophies will attest. He was a Founder and Past Commodore of the Pultneyville Yacht Club, a Founder and Past Commodore of the Clayton Yacht Club, a past member of the Rochester Yacht Club and a past member of the Canandaigua Yacht Club. Pete was active in the Rochester Power Squadron where for many years he taught the Piloting and Navigation Course. Pete served as the Director of Operations at the Rochester LPGA for a number of years representing the Honeoye Falls/Mendon Rotary Club of which he was a member and Past President. He was employed by Eastman Kodak Company for thirty-five years retiring as the Manager of the Utilities Organization. He then went on to serve as the General Manager of Rochester District Heating Co-operative for ten years. Upon his retirement, Pete served as a substitute teacher in the Naples Central School District and as a substitute mail carrier at the Naples Post Office - both of which he highly enjoyed. Pete was a member of the Mendon Conservation League and a Lifetime Member of the South Bristol Fish and Game Club.
The family wishes to express their appreciation to Dr. E. A. Blair for his compassion and kindness, the staff at the Sands Cancer Center, the staff at F. F. Thompson Hospital and the amazing and loving personnel at Hospeace House.
A memorial service will be held to celebrate Pete's life 11 am, Friday at Rose Ridge Cemetery, West Hollow Road, Naples, NY 14512. Those wishing may contribute in Pete's honor to the Mendon Conservation League, the South Bristol Fish and Game Club or the Hospeace House. www.bairdfuneralhomes.com
Published in Rochester Democrat And Chronicle on Apr. 22, 2013