Peter Faggella

Phoenix, Arizona


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Faggella, Peter of Tempe, Arizona, passed away peacefully on Monday, January 17, 2011. He was born July 21, 1942 in Brooklyn, NY and grew up on Long Island, NY, graduating from Malverne High School prior to coming to Tempe to attend Arizona State University. Pete was an active member of...

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I just found out about your passing. You were one of the first people I met in our business and you always were very gracious to me. Most of our meetings we would talk about anything but business. There are few people that make an impact on you during your lifetime, but Pete was one of them. You will be missed.

Pete was a great and accompished man that loved his family, friends and the brothers of Sigma Nu. He was a great mentor of men. HIs legacy will live on forever. Thank you Pete! En hoc, Jason P. Allen ZY 1041

Karen and family:
I was so sorry to hear of Pete's passing. He has been a trusted friend and fraternity brother who gave me great advice and support over more than 30 years. Truly a gentleman. HIs presence at Sigma Nu at ASU since long before I arrived in 1984 as a pledge had a profound influence on countless individuals. And how he looked after and cared for John Thoren when he was ill spoke volumes about what brotherhood really means. No doubt they are right back at it all now that...


Pete has been a great friend, mentor, and Sigma Nu over the past 30+ years. He always had great energy and insight. He also was never at a loss for words.

He will be missed by many.


Brian Amster ZY 531

Karen, Pete and I shared many priceless times together over the past 50 years. His wisdom, care and guidance since the passing of my beloved wife, Pamela, 26 months ago was critical to me. Thank you for sharing him with me. May you find some peace in knowing Pete is in a better place and that he had many wonderful friends who are always available if you need them.... Floyd ZY 108

Pete was a friend and business mentor for me as a young businessman back in 1990. I had only left ASU 2 years prior and was begining a dealership for SeaRay Boats in Tempe at the time. I valued his wisdom and guidence and mentorship. He was selfless and asked for little in return. I am very sorry to hear of his passing and wish his family relief from the grief and hardship of loss which will come with this. God bless and God rest his soul.

Pete- You were a good friend, colleague and fraternity brother. You were an inspiration to me and hundreds of Sigma Nus, young and old. The Zeta Upsilon chapter owes you a huge debt of gratitude. Without you, it would have been gone many years ago. I hope all the ZY brothers realize that. Your dedication to the house was beyond measure. Thank you for your friendship and financial advice. I will miss you.

Karen, Dena, & Joey...I am so saddened to hear of Pete's passing. What great memories I have of your family. May God provide you with great comfort and peace. I also pray that your memories of Pete will always fill your heart with love.
Your friend,
Jacque Holladay

Dear Karen,
We are shocked to hear the sad news regarding the loss of your husband Pete. We had the pleasure of meeting @ young Bob(Cosgrove's graduation last May) Please know how very sorry we are. Our thoughts & prayers go out to
you and all of your family.

Kevin & Karen Cosgrove