Photo courtesy of A.L. Mattatall Funeral Home

Peter Smith

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

May 28, 1940 – Feb 3, 2018


A.L. Mattatall Funeral Home Obituary

SMITH, Peter - passed peacefully on February 3, 2018 at Halifax Infirmary at the age of 77. Predeceased by his parents, Robert and Margaret, his beloved wife, Elizabeth, and siblings. Survived by his son, Jamie (Lori), siblings, nieces and nephews. A special thank you to the staff at Dartmouth...

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RIP Uncle Peter! I will always remember your smile and your laugh! Jamie we are here for you always. Love you!

I remember with pleasure Peter and Lib attending the Dartmouth Museum Christmas sing-a-long a couple of years ago - and also enjoying supper meetings at the Historical Association. Both interested in ideas, history, conversation, meeting people, always alive to what was going on. A lovely couple, caring for each other.

Dear Jamie and friends of Peter Smith,
It was my privilege and pleasure to have Peter and Libby on my list for reminders for the dinner meetings of the Dartmouth Historical Association. Libby's late Aunt Elizabeth Marsters was a wonderful member of that group. All three were Real Gems!
Hoping they will meet again in the 'great bye and bye'. sincerely, margaret stuart

Rest in peace Peter. I loved your smiles and hugs.

Rest in peace Uncle Peter.
Will miss you so much,all the times you were here in Sydney mines when I had been a kid when you came to visit.
So glad we got to see you in Dartmouth while we could.

I shall never forget you my Cape Breton Buddy you and Libby were the best you have gone to join your love. A great loss for us left behind

Sandy Day (Dartmouth, NS

Smith/Audoux families: So sorry to read of Peter's passing. Many wondering times we shared as kids in the backyard when his Dad would set up the boxing ring. Peter was awesome as a kid growing up and didn't change when he became an adult....he was still awesome. RIP Peter. God Bless the families at this sad time. Sheldon & Alyson (King) Jenkins

Rest in peace uncle brought sunshine to people's cloudy will be missed.

Pete, we "shared" a couple of kids who were, and still are, best friends. We often talked about how we each felt the same bond with the other's son, whom we cherished as one of our own. Thank you for making all of our lives better, for the example you set, for your humour and kindness, and the gift of your warm heart.