Peter J. Pichler

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Peter J. Pichler, 63, of Lancaster, passed away at home on Thursday, June 14, 2012. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of the late Peter Pichler and Joan Wiegand Emerick.

Peter was a painter, and enjoyed woodworking. He also enjoyed spending time with his dog, Petey.

He is survived by: a sister, Joan L. Gentry of Lancaster; 3 nieces; 1 nephew; 1 great-niece; 3 great-nephews.

Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.

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  1. Sylvia Weaver says:

    I will miss seeing Pete and Petey when I walk my dog at work (j. a. sharp Custom Jeweler). Petey and my dog Roxie didn’t get along, so Pete and I were careful to take separate routes. Pete was always so considerate – he’d call out to me when he and Petey were going into his apartment so that I could come out the back gate with Roxie.

    Rest in peace, Pete.

  2. Rosemary Crouse Mohn says:

    Joanie, I thank you for the picture in the obit. I do not have any pictures of Pete through the years or later in life except the one from my parents 50th Wedding Anniversary. I loved him dearly and I will miss calling him, loving him and taking him out to eat. We always had a special bond from little kids on up. It made my day when I saw him at the party for my parents. He will always have a place in my heart and Petey too.

    Love,

    Your Cuz,

    Rose

  3. Erik Reinholt says:

    I went through the Gatehouse with Pete and also in recovery row with Pete. He is part of the reason why I am sober today and for that I will always be grateful. He will be in my heart and prayers.

  4. Joan Mott says:

    Joanie and family, please accept my most sincere condolences on the loss of Pete. We shared many happy memories when growing up. Strange that Pete just called me, we were making plans on catching up. I am so sorry..

  5. michael p anderson says:

    i was one of the lucky ones too get to realy know pete I lived next too pete for 10 years on recovery row[300block queen st]pete is very spaical too me and alot of us from recover row pete was one of a kind he has a places in my heart is always did god bless him and the family ikeep you in my prays love, michael p anderson

  6. Pam & Don Mull says:

    Joan & Family,
    I was so sad to hear Pete died. We had been in touch weekly for a long time. We had made plans to go to the beach together this summer. I’m still in shock. If you have time would you please give me a call. Our number at home is 299-9359. I would really like to talk to you. Love & prayers Pam & Don

  7. Jon Bruce says:

    R.I.P. Pete. Although I haven’t seen you since 1968 I will always remember you. We had fun that year running around and I remember going to the new holland fair and riding the feris wheel and the sudden stop when your face hit the cage. Even though I know it had to hurt like crazy we laughed like crazy. Thats the Pete I remember having fun with. When I left for the Marines we never connected again but like I said I will never forget the fun we had. God Bless you and your family. May they have peace and may you rest in peace my friend. Till we meet again. Semper fi

  8. Rosemary Mohn says:

    Joan, I was thinking about the last 3 years or so that I had spent with Pete, my first visit to his apartment and then his heart attack. Helping him with things to the best of my ability, taking care of Petey and hoping he would get better so we could go out and run around again. Taking him shopping, he shopped like a woman, I use to tease him about how long he took in the dollar store,etc. I will miss him so much and I hope one day we will meet again and he will be waiting for me in Heaven for a big family reunion. I will miss staying with him at his apartment and knowing I could stop by anytime I wanted too. He treated me like I was special and he was very special to me. I will always have a special place in my heart for him as we did when we were little kids growing up on Wiker Ave.

  9. Rosemary Mohn says:

    Pete, I was thinking of you and the times we spent together in your apartment. You were always good to me. I love you dearly with all of my heart and Joan the same goes for you. I miss the contact with you.

    Rosebud

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