In memory of Peter
Haste, Alison and Robin Melahn lit a candle
My sympathy for Loretta, Donna and Debbie and the family of Pete. He was such a wonderful dad and grandfather....a really kind and gentle man.
Words can't express the sorrow I felt upon learning of Pete's passing on 3-19. My deepest sympathy goes out to Loretta, Donna and Debbie. Pete and I met while playing baseball at Kennedy Park in the summer of 1959 and we immediately became close friends. Pete was a great athlete, besides being one of the friendliest and nicest person you could ever meet. We played hundreds of games - football, basketball, baseball, softball - and had fun winning several championships along the way. We spent a lot of time cruising around Long Island in his 51 Chevy, the "Grey Ghost". I had the honor of serving as his best man at his wedding. The only disagreement we ever had was over the height of the basketball rim on his garage. Pete said it was 10 feet high ( as it should be ), and I said it was higher. We never measured it because neither of us wanted to prove the other guy wrong. We shared the same birthday, with Pete being a year older. He had a great sense of humor and always laughed at my jokes. I will miss you forever, Pete, and you will never be forgotten. Rest in peace, Peter-Pete. You were the best friend I ever had.
My deepest sympathy to Pete's family. I attended many SUNY Financial Aid Professional (SUNYFAP) and NYSFAAA conferences with Pete. We also trained new financial aid officers at the weeklong NYSFAAA Novice Training Workshops held at Wells College. What wonderful memories I have of Pete and am so sad to have learned of his passing. I will never forget him. Again, I am so very sorry for your loss.
My deepest condolences to Pete's family, I had the privilege of being a colleague of Pete's when he worked at SUNY and the US Department of Education. He always made time to help his colleagues. He will be missed. May he rest in well deserved peace.
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From the first time we met (65 yrs ago) we let the good times roll. Never forget the Long Island pub crawls in the ole 57 Chevy, our double wedding, the trips we took together (Hawaii, Europe) and the many parties and sporting events Sorry we were unable to get together and publish our memoirs as we had discussed nothing could match the good times we had. You will be missed and you will always be remembered as a hall of famer in our eyes
We miss you Pete.Find peace and solace in remembering your "hole-in-one" on the 138 yard fourth hole at Sanctuary. What a shot and you acted like you it was routine. Keep smiling and may all your shots land in the center of the fairway.
We will dearly miss our buddy. Fun loving, jovial, always ready to laugh or joke. A truly wonderful guy. Watch over us, good friend.
In memory of Peter
Haste, Moloney Bohemia lit a candle
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.