Peter J. Deguara
1934 - 2021
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Peter J. Deguara
June 2, 1934 - January 3, 2021
Resident of Walnut Creek, CA
Peter Joseph Deguara, age 86, passed away January 3rd, 2021 surrounded by his family. He was born in San Francisco on June 2nd, 1934.
Pete is survived by his wife of 65 years, Barbara; his children Michelle (George) LeeAnne (Eric), Dante (Laura); 4 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren, and his brother Sal (Ethel). Daughter Dawn Deguara predeceased him. Pete was extremely proud of his entire family.
For 30+ years Pete drove trucks and then owned/operated Deguara Limousine for 17 years. Pete was an avid car enthusiast and enjoyed collecting cars and attending/participating in car shows. Pete's friends, of which he had many, held a special place in his heart and life's activities.
His smile will never be forgotten and lives on in all that loved and knew him.

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Published in East Bay Times on Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 17, 2021
Tears flooded our eyes when we the Faria's (friends) heard of the sad news and the loss of a very incredible dear friend. We cannot help but recognize the need to celebrate the beautiful legacy that he left behind. Pete bought joy to all those that knew him. He left us with memories that remain in our heart and smiles of many happy times during our friendship that goes back to being neighbors as we both purchase our first homes. His beautiful wife Bobbie and his 3 darling daughters arrived in his shinny black limo (eldorado)! Soon we all were best friends. He loved to take us to San Francisco on the week ends as we all loved the city and night clubs. He and Bobbie loved to dance and so did we. Many memories to share and soon a special Son completed his family. We love his family as our own and will forever have memories to remember Pete and hope someday we will blessed to meet in Heaven. Rest in Peace Pete and keep on smiling dear Friend. Will look to the sky above and see a shinny STAR (XO)
L&L Faria
January 7, 2021
carmen micallef
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