To Phylis and family I was saddened to hear of Petes passing We were neighbors for many years, and became friends. I will always remember his smile and our coffee times together. My husband cherished Petes friendship, so I know they are having a cup of coffee together in heaven. Love, Terri
My first memories of Pete was when I was about 10 and he came to my house to work for my dad as a new electrician. Always cheerful and playful with me, tossing me up in the air and holding me over his head, loved it! I remember I wanted muscles like him and he had the first tattoos I ever saw. He was one of my hero's. Sorry to hear of his passing. I've known his little sister Karen since we stated school together in kindergarten. We were neighbors, we were friends. Thanks Pete.
Sorry to hear about Peter's passing. My dearest sympathies to the Sandelier family.I had the opportunity to work with him on a few occasions. HE was a good worker and colleague. GOD BLESS YOU . PAUL RIVELL. retired member off IBEW LOCAL 592/351
"I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love." (Leo Buscaglia)
Phyllis, Pete, Kim, Nikki, Lauren, Michael and Donna: May you all find comfort in these words and know that our entire family grieves for the loss of Big Pete. He will always hold a very special part in our hearts and in our memories. Cling to each other during this difficult time and to all those who embrace you in love. We are so grateful for having shared his life and so proud of his service to our country. He exemplifies what a true hero is!
Love, John, Karen, Ashley, JP, Colin, Kristin & Christopher