- 88 years old
- Date of birth: May 7, 1924
- Place of birth:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- Date of passing: Dec 7, 2012
- Place of passing:
Santa Ana, California, United States
|And in the end the love you take... is equal to the love you make|
This memorial website was created in memory of Peter Proctor, our beloved Brother, Husband, Dad, Grandpa, Great-Grandpa, Uncle and Friend. We will never forget him.
"We miss you and think of you everyday, Peter! Love, Marcia and Ken"
"May 7 is my Dad's day. Hard to believe he was born 92 years ago...and left us 3 1/2 years ago. His wit and wisdom are remembered and missed every single day. Trips to Home Depot without him are not nearly as much fun as they were when he came along...."
"Still miss my bud Peter."
"So nice to see all these great photos. Your dad was a one of a kind :-)
"We all miss you, Peter!"
"After three years, I still miss my dad everyday."
"Peter, you are still constantly in our thoughts, and your influence on all of us will always be present."
"Missing and remembering my dad on his 91st birthday. Nothing fills the void left by his passing."
"So much has happened in the last 2 years - Mike and I bought a house, got married and got two giant puppies. I would give anything to have you still be here. I hope you know how much we miss you. I love you buddy."
"Dear Peter, you will always be fondly remembered by your many friends and family. It's especially hard during the holidays to think about all the wonderful time we had with you. We'll meet again in the blink of an eye some day, so keep the welcome mat out. Bob."
"Missing and remembering my dad today...as always."
"I love this picture of your Dad. I remember he always had that smiley look when I came over to your house, and he walked out of the garage to say hello. What a nice man he was."
"Dad would have been 90 years old today! Always thinking about and remembering him, especially during hockey playoffs and baseball season. Can't see a bag of cheetos, a macadamia nut or a hammer without thinking of him. Always missing his presence, his wit and his wisdom..."
"I'm remembering and missing my wonderful Dad today on his 89th birthday. The world is not the same without him!"
"My Uncle Peter was a great man, and a perfect gentleman.He cared about everyone and was fun to be around. I always admired him , I remember him even as a very little girl, when we all lived in Trail B.C.We always had fun, no matter what we did.Playing in the icy cold water in the mountains, or just sitting around singing old songs. I will really miss him, and loved him dearly."
"I remember it seemed as if your dad was always in the garage when I came over, and he would come out to say hello to me. He was always there, and I thought that was so great. And he was at your house the last time I visited you and I saw the gorgeous back yard that you worked on together. So sorry I missed his celebration- thinking of you all"
"We loved Peter’s his sense of humor; & watching those beautiful blue eyes “sizing up” everything, & everyone, around him. They aptly refer to his as the “greatest generation”-those that fought for everything our Country holds dear, & lived their lives true to the Golden Rule. Peter was one of the greatest of the greatest. We are sincerely grateful for the time we got to share with him."
"Our family have beautiful memories of Uncle Pete. We were always welcomed into your home. When we arrived, if Uncle Pete wasn't in the house we, knew exactly where he was. We could find him in the garage, on his stool, nursing a beer while he cracked macadamia nuts with the bench vise. Hold your memories close to your heart. Our love to your family from ours."
"Hi Everyone - If you are so inclined, we invite you to wear blue (my Dad's favorite color) or a Hawaiian shirt (his favorite kind of shirt) to the celebration on January 27th."
"To the best father-in-law a gal could ever have. I have trouble trying to summarize, in words, all you have meant to me over the years, Peter. And those who know you well, understand why I would say this. You were always so understanding of things-of everything-and could accept things with such good grace and humor. And wisdom too. We miss you and love you Grandpa!"
"Thank you for everything....we love you and we miss you"
"I have so many memories with Grandpa...taking me to my first hockey game to see Gretzky, making me corndogs in the kitchen for lunch, visiting me in Memphis when my parents were out of town and teaching me the "man's way" to shake hands, and of course never saying goodbye without the phrase "if you can't be good be careful...and if you can't be careful at least remember the date""
"Dear Friends - Please feel free to share memories with us at the celebration of my dad's life on January 27, 2013."
"Grandpa, I have so many happy memories! Thank you for teaching us to play cribbage, always having soda and candy on hand, making the best orange juice in California, taking me to baseball games, and for pushing me in the tree swing. Most of all I remember the twinkle in your bright blue eyes. We love you! Andrea, Ty, and Kai"
"I still remember all the great times at the Lemen house with Peter and Helen, especially Christmas visits. And Peter was always so helpful around Judy and Bob's house. It was nice to reconnect with both Peter and Helen at Dr. Clark's office while I was working there. He will be missed. Hello to the family from Gary, Robin, Kelsey and Hannah Frazier."
"Thank you for the countless pick-ups from school, cans of Squirt, bags of grapes, and cheese and pickle sandwiches. I love you buddy!"
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