Peter P. Schwengler

Andover, Minnesota

Jun 29, 1933 – Nov 15, 2012

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We are very sad to hear the news, Uncle Pete was a wonderful man an I will remember him very fondly. Myself and my family send our condolences and apologies for not being able to make it to the services. God bless.

Lucy, Kim, Mike & Girls, I am so sorry for the loss of such a wonderful man. Pete has been like a second Dad for me almost my entire life. Always making room in his heart for anyone who wanted to be part of his life. My fondest memories are Pete sitting in his chair in Minneapolis slong side two of his doggies that both insisted on having his undivided attention (Daisy & Peaches). If you need ANYTHING, I am only a phone call away!

Strength lies in the powerful love that Pete and you had. Pull from it in the days and weeks ahead. My fondest memories are of a neighboorhood party you had once. I think it may have been his birthday party. Sitting in his chair outside he welcomed us as if we were family and let Gina sit on his lap. She was never one to sit still much, but because Pete talked to her and LISTENED to what she had to say, she sat there forever. Hold on to all that was his life, he was such a kind, gentle man.

We are so sorry for your loss. I remember Pete sitting in the chair at the yellow house eating his sunflower seeds. He was always smiling. He was a great guy. Our prayers are with you and your family.


Peter's Obituaries

Schwengler, Peter P. age 79 of Anoka. Survived by loving wife of 45 years, Lucille; children, Kimberly (Michael) Peno and Timothy Schwengler; grandchildren, Brandi, Ashley and Courtnie Peno; siblings, Eugene (Joyce) Schwengler, Jose (Bill) Himmespach, Betty Swanson, Jake (JoAnn) Schwengler, Bill...

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