Celebration of Life Service
Sophie and Watson,
We were so sad to hear of your Dad's passing . . . Y'all have been and will continue to be in our hearts. We have such good memories of Peter. Your tribute in the newspaper was wonderful and would have made him proud! We were so fond of your Mom and Dad and enjoyed many dinners for special occasions when your Dad would come out and visit with us. What a treat! Your Mom out did herself to help us celebrate Frank's 65 surprise birthday at the old Chimneys; the theme of which your Dad loved . . ."A Book Lover's Birthday". Friends and family all brought favorite books. Your parents attended Frank's "Haiku and Essays" Show at the USM Gulf Park Library a few years ago and it thrilled him so much! Your Mom and Dad were indeed special people.
God Bless Dix and Peter's reunion and Bless you two as you keep the memories and stories alive.
Love and Peace, Frank and Ann Smith
My deepest sympathy to each one of you for your loss. When death overtake our love ones, we feeel helpless. We can take comfort in knowing that our heavenly Father is there to help up doing this difficult time. He is close to the brokenhearted, ànd help those crushed in spirit. Psalm 34:18.
To one of the funniest, kindhearted, most engaging men I've ever met...
I'm so glad our paths crossed.
I'll love the Nords forever <3
Peter, as the it should be a Rock especially for your beautiful Dix, our Angel on Earth!
Dix with your scarf and Peter with your flip flops , I miss those days.
You gave us beauty, strength, grace, charm, talent, advice, encouragement, you led by example. You are an unstoppable team, memories will last forever, just like your Love Story! I miss you both!
My friend since Cock of the Walk then Chimneys Restaurant Long Beach. Many treasured times with you and Dix. Life is very short here compared to eternal life in Heaven. See ya’ll in Paradise.
Peter you will be missed. Peace for you and your family. A life well done!
My condolences, you will be missed ole buddy.
Dix and you made a Coast newcomer feel welcome in 1996 and always every time we met thereafter.
Your lives were very meaningful and added to the lives of others.
Love to you both always.
I met Peter last year at Paul Jackson’s watercolor workshop. He was such a compassionate soul. I feel honored to have met him. My condolences to his family.
Prayers to all, we will miss Peter so much, but understand he is without pain nor any restrictions to what he can do.... go on Peter, enjoy the otherside..... we have talked of this...