Known by his family as “The Trooper,” Peter never gave up on anything or anyone. His intelligence, class, gratitude, kindness, patience and endurance, both physically and mentally, inspired greatness in all that knew him. With dreams bigger than life itself but a deep appreciation for the small things, he was grounded with the single most important reason for existence; family. He did all of this while whistling, laughing and always joking; knowing that life is meant to be fun and free.
His memories will continue on, even though sadly it was Frontal Lobe Dementia that took his memories and ultimately his life away. Peter (aged 58) is survived by his mother, father, siblings, wife, three children and three grandchildren.