Hi James, John & family. My memory of Peter is of a gentle, softly spoken man who faced life with a quiet and resolute outlook. On the occasions I spoke to him at church he'd always have a gentle smile for me. Have been thinking of & praying for you. Lots of love from Tim, Naomi, Heidi, Angus + Isla
My memory of Peter is, a strong and God loving man. Although our chats were brief, I always felt encouraged by his warm and caring words.
Rest In Peace Uncle Peter. Our thoughts and prayers are with James, Jacqui, John and James’s son.
Peter impressed as caring & loving person. We saw Jesus in him. It was a great privileged to have known. Clairmont & Jean.
We remember Peter as a gentle and kind person who loves his family. May he rest in peace and in heaven with his wife Betty. Our sincere condolences to James and his family, and John.
Dear James, Jacqui and Adam, we were so sorry to hear of your father's death. I shared some time with him at a church function and found him to be a humble, gentle man - you will miss him greatly. Our love and prayers are with you - Dot & John
We have happy memories of times spent together when our our families were young. Always smiling when he saw us at church, Peter was such a gentle sincere and caring man and devoted husband and father. . Our love and prayers are with you James , John and Jacqui and Adam. Love Joy and Austin Brown.
We extend our love and sympathy to John and James and all the family in the passing of your lovely dad. May God comfort and bless you.
Dear James, Jac, Adam & John, Deepest condolences on the passing of Peter your wonderful father. May the lord comfort you in this time. Love Lynton
Thank you for allowing us to share this special time. It was a lovely service. We remember fondly the many (brief) chats we had with your dad - always such a gentle and warm man. "Let the beauty of Jesus be seen in me" comes to mind as we think of Peter. Warm wishes to you and your family.
Dear James, Jacqui and Adam and John, Sincerest condolences from both of us in Canberra on the passing of your father and grandfather. We are sorry that we could not attend the service in person. I remember him as a very kind and gentle man.
It was a beautiful service for a true gentleman. His quiet dignity is something I will remember forever and aspire to. I apologise deeply for being unable to attend. Well spoken, James, and blessings on you, Jackie, Adam, and John.
Dear James, John Jacqui and Adam, Thank you for sharing your precious father with us. His gentle, joyful and humble nature were a blessing to us. He was always ready for a chat and a kind word.. We pray that, as you live life without his physical presence, that you continue to share the things he taught you about living a life of faith, grace and love. Love Anne and John