Lisa Price posted a Condolence
| September 28, 2005
To all my cousins, Mary, Lori & Tina and to my Aunt Terry, I just want to express my deepest sympathy. I will always remember Uncle Pete for the fun loving jovial person that he was. But also the person who used to interrogate and scare away the boyfriends as there were none that lived up to his standards for all his girls and his nieces. My Love to everyone and I am sorry I couldn't be there.
Phylis Barstis posted a Condolence
| September 27, 2005
I just want to tell you how much of an honor it was to know Pete I truly always thought of him as Uncle Pete and I will always love him that way. My heart goes out to all of your family I hope Terry is doing well. I'm sorry I wasn't able to be there. Love,
It seems like I have known Pete my entire life. My Dad, Skip worked with Pete at the Post Office. My fondest memory of Pete is the time I went to the Red Sox game in the early 70's with Pete, my father and my aunt Ruth. They were playing the Washington Senators that day and Ted Williams was the Senators manager. We were sitting two rows from the visitors dugout. All of the sudden, Pete jumped onto the field, moved in between all of these reporters and shook hands with Ted. He came back and said he would never wash his hand again. I will remember that day forever. Rest in Peace, Pete, I will miss you!