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Marshall "Pete" Luther Sutphin Jr., 57 years old, born on January 2, 1963 and passed away on September 1, 2020. He is preceded in death by his father Marshall, his mother Anna, and his brother Eddie. Pete is survived by his son Ryan (Andrea), daughter Kasey Zwissler (Ashton), his sisters Rose and Tammy Sutphin and his grandchildren Connor, Wyatt, and Nathan. Pete will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Posted by Tyler Fairburn on September 10, 2020
Pete, we sure miss you brother. A great friend and a real gentleman.
He had such a love and appreciation for Traditional Country music. I remember the many times he would sing Johnny Paycheck's, "The Outlaws Prayer". I'll always think of you when I hear that song.

Happy Trails to you my friend, 'till we meet again.
Posted by Kelly Kolb on September 9, 2020
I remember the first time I met you when Eddie took me with him to your home to see your son after he was born. I'm thankful to have run in to you all these years later and I'm so thankful for the pictures you shared with me the last time I saw you. I wish we would have had more time to talk. May you now be with your family sharing the same memories you shared with me. Give Eddie a hug for me. You will definitely be missed! God bless you dear Pete

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Posted by Tyler Fairburn on September 10, 2020
Pete, we sure miss you brother. A great friend and a real gentleman.
He had such a love and appreciation for Traditional Country music. I remember the many times he would sing Johnny Paycheck's, "The Outlaws Prayer". I'll always think of you when I hear that song.

Happy Trails to you my friend, 'till we meet again.
Posted by Kelly Kolb on September 9, 2020
I remember the first time I met you when Eddie took me with him to your home to see your son after he was born. I'm thankful to have run in to you all these years later and I'm so thankful for the pictures you shared with me the last time I saw you. I wish we would have had more time to talk. May you now be with your family sharing the same memories you shared with me. Give Eddie a hug for me. You will definitely be missed! God bless you dear Pete
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Shared by TracyDan Allen on September 8, 2020
My favorite memory of you is when we went down to my camper and sat up all night with an amazing fire, plenty of cold beer, great conversation and real country on the radio. One of my top favorite memories and I am so blessed to have it. I feel totally lost since you been gone. I miss you. I love you. Rest Peaceful by the glow of the fire. My Bestest Friend, Pete Sutphin