- 73 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 9, 1942
- Date of passing: Feb 21, 2016
|Love and memories last forever...|
Peter B. “Pete” Read, age 73, died suddenly on February 21, 2016, with his family by his side.
Pete lived most of his life in Mullica Hill. He worked 40+ years at Agresta Oldsmobile in Williamstown. He was a family man and had many very good friends. His hobbies included working on cars, reading, puzzles and watching car races, watching Jeopardy and NCI. His favorite saying was “Whatever” and he hated his picture taken. He was a “collector of everything and a parter of nothing”.
Pete was predeceased by his first wife Carol (Twyford) Read. He was the beloved husband of Margaret (Peggy) Read, devoted father of John (Jane) Read, Patty (Carl) Rohe-Davis, Richard Read and Jamie Svincov. Loving Grandfather of 9, Great Grandfather of 4.
Viewing Sat., Feb. 27, 2016 from 9-11am at the Parish Center of the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit, 17 Earlington Ave., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062, where Pete’s funeral service will begin at 11am. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Pete’s memory to the Diabetes Foundation at www.diabetes.org.
"Peggy, we are so very sorry for your loss, if you need anything we are here for you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Love, Chuck and Georgeann"
"Peggy. Dear friend. I am so very sad at your.loss. It was obvious to Mr that Pete loved you so much and you him. Though difficult there will come day that you will remember all the special memories you had together and you will smile. If I could take the pain away I would. Mourning is a process. I am here and will continue to be here for you. God has graced with your friendship and I cherish it always. Love Barbara."
"Our prayers and thoughts are with you Peggy. Take comfort in knowing he is home with Jesus."
"We are so sorry for the loss of Pete. Pete will always remain in our hearts and prayers. RIP dear Brother In Law. God Bless you always in all ways."
"Special Blessing and Prays in your time of loss."
"So many good memories. Wishing I could be there with you all. Thoughts and prayers."
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