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Remembering Peter Dimoff

From: Eric & Natalie Frost

Our heartfelt condolences to the extended Dimoff family. We pray the memories of a lifetime of service and love provide comfort in the days ahead. It is deniable that Peter will be missed, but the impact of his life will be carried on by those he has touched.

From: Lucia Speck

Dear Brenda, my deepest condolences to you and family. Reid and I am so sorry for the loss of your husband Peter. You and your children are in our thoughts and prayers in this challenging times.

From: David Warder

Condolences to Shirley, Brenda and the family.

From: Bill and Beth Young

So sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Peter. Brenda and the boys are in our thoughts and prayers. Beth and I remember Peter's bubbly personality from family get-togethers. Always smiling; always joking. God bless.

From: Bill Uhrig

Shirley and Family My sincere thoughts at the loss of Peter. May he rest in eternal peace . I cannot get over how much he looked like his Grampa and my Uncle Ezra. memories are the Lords way of guiding us through our grief. Blessings and peace Bill

From: Cathie Locke

Dear Brenda and family: My sincere condolences to all who loved Peter. My thoughts are with you at this time. Cherish your memories. Cathie Locke

From: Deborah Pryce (Rutz)

Dear Brenda, I join the many that continue to hold you and your family in prayer as you adjust to the reality of Peter’s death. I have many fond memories of time spent with you and Peter in my youth at St. John’s, campfires at LutherRanch, and lots of singing. You both were amazing role models. Thank you. Much Peace in Christ in the days and months ahead. Deb


From: Ilija P

My deepest condolences. I will remember Peter with fondness. I do hope he leaves you all with wonderful memories and that those memories remain eternal. God Bless.

From: Stephanie Bright (Code)

Dear Dimoff Family, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Deepest thoughts and prayers. Stephanie, John & Forest

From: Katheryn Wieland

Dear Brenda Peter meant a lot to all of us and we will miss him dearly. Peter touched our hearts in ways he will never know. Peter is our beacon still showing us the way forward. Peter taught us to think outside the box always the teacher guiding us. We learnt a lot from him. We will never forget him.i for one have been changed forever by his guidance. Peter never gave up no matter what obstacle he faced. He always pushed through. We can still learn from him no matter where we are. Peter I salute you and honour you. Whenever we go forward in life Peter you will be in our thoughts .Peter made us laugh and take stock of things and for that I profoundly thank-you. each Sunday I could not wait to get there like a little child eagerly waiting to see what you would do in the sermon. I always looked forward to church when I knew you would be up in front of us all teaching us something new. We all waited with baited breath each Sunday waiting for Peter to begin. Each sermon you gave us was amazing. Good bye dear friend. To honour Peter mike and I will always sit in the pews which we sat in the day we learned about choices from Peter. Our choice is to honour Peter always in this way. Peters sermon on choices none of us will ever forget. Peter is enshrined in Annesley church the two years that we got to know Peter he made a profound difference many we will never forget. Dear Brenda. Just a little something to let you know how Peter has left his mark on this little part of the world. It was an honour and privilege to have known him. If you need anything please let us know. Call us anytime. Dear friend lots of hugs and hugs. Katheryn and Michael Wieland.


From: Joan & Alex Cruickshank

To Brenda & the Dimoff family We wish to extend our sincere condolences in Peter 's passing. We ll always remember how musical and fun loving he was when Ryan & Angie took music lessons from Brenda in their early years. Peter was so talented in so many ways. May your beautiful memories sustain you during this difficult time. Joan & Alex Cruickshank

From: Donna Fisher-Potter and Tom Potter

We are very saddened to hear the news of Peter’s passing. We remember lovely social events with you and Peter after play rehearsals and shows. Singing in the Sound Troupe was especially fun, his wonderful voice singing Master of the House was something special. Brenda and family you are in our hearts and prayers.

From: Elsie Frickey

My sincere condolences go out to you Brenda and to all your family. I was shocked and deeply saddened when I heard of Peters’s passing. I was so hoping to see you both at the 50th anniversary celebrations for LutheRanch and reminisce. Peter was a special person with so many talents. I always enjoyed our times together and have fond memories serving with him on the board at the ranch. His energy and enthusiasm were boundless. A beautiful soul and a light to many. He will be missed.

From: Rick Twining

Shocked to hear of Peter’s passing and my deepest condolences to Brenda and the entire family. I enjoyed performing beside Peter in many productions and could always count on being in key if I stood close by him.


From: Shirley Holmes

My sincere condolences to Aaron, Brenda and the entire family on your loss. 

From: Elaine Kerr

Brenda and family, I’m so sorry for the passing of Peter. May you find comfort in your memories and the strength from your family.

From: Ruth Rose

Dear Brenda and fam We are shocked and saddened to learn of Peter's sudden death. Please accept our sincere sympathy. He made this world a better place. We will miss his lovely voice. Sincerely, Ruth Rose, Sheila and Alexandra

From: Jack and Holly Berger

Dear Brenda and Family, Our deepest sympathies and condolence. Although many years have passed as we all travelled our own journey I have always enjoyed the part of my life shared with you both. May God bless you and your family during this time of loss and may Peter’s presence be forever with you. Sincerely, Jack and Holly Berger

From: David Nagel

So grateful for Peter and Brenda having had a Youth Bible Study in their home in Waterloo in the early 1980's. It was so very instrumental in leading me to a saving knowledge of Christ. Condolences to Brenda and family and keeping them in prayer for comfort and strength. David Nagel, Kitchener, ON


From: Colleen Purdon and Joachim Ostertag

We are heart broken to hear of Peter's passing. We had a lot of fun and some very special times together singing in the A'Cappella choir for many years. Peter's rich singing voice, impish humour and intense conversations in the car on the way to and from choir rehearsals brought a lot of joy and learning. Peter, Brenda and Aaron sang in the choir and shared so much music and friendship. Our condolences to all the family and friends, and especially to Brenda who took such good care of Peter. He was a big man with a big heart and he will be missed deeply. We feel gratitude for our time together.

From: Jason Mitchell & Vicki Ziegler

Brenda, we offer our deepest condolences to you and the whole family at your loss. We're grateful to have seen you and Peter in recent months, to be reminded of your devotion and to enjoy Peter's tremendous knowledge and sense of humour. We're holding you in our thoughts and hearts.


From: Lorne Tuck

My deepest condolences to you Brenda and the whole Dimoff family. I'll always remember those days we had together

From: Jean & Chuck Beaton
So sorry to hear about Peter's death. We will always remember his booming bass voice. Love to you, Brenda, and to your family.

From: Peter and Anne Little

Condolences to Brenda, children, and Mrs. Dimoff. Peter and Anne

From: Mitchell Hewson
Please know I am thinking of you Brenda, and your beautiful family at this very sad time. Peter was a wonderful man who cared deeply about others. I enjoyed working with him at Homewood, he left a legacy of kindness, music and gentleness that the world so  needs. The grief you feel is the incredible love you have for him.  Blessings Mitchell

From: Lloyd & Joyce Bauman
Our condolences to you Brenda. So many good memories of Peter at LutheRanch filling many roles. Always will remember his dedication to the church community there and your groups singing. May God bring your family peace.

From: Deb Honsberger
Dear Brenda and family. I am so sorry to hear of Peter's passing. I always so enjoyed his company, he will be missed.
Sending you hugs and love from my family to yours. You are in our hearts and thoughts.


From: Joy Harris

My deep condolences to Brenda, children, family and friends. I’ve known Peter since I was quite young, being a life-long member of Lutheranch. He was ever-present there, acting as a youth leader, ministering, and always lending a hand to the many large jobs necessary to make the camp what it is today. He was actively invested in making the vision of the Ranch a reality. Peter was an amazing vocalist, and I will always remember his deep, melodic voice at sing-a-longs, and church services. I was continually impressed at how easily he could harmonize! That voice also served him well in the form of a hearty laugh. Peter was an instrumental part of Lutheranch, and it’s hard to imagine the Ranch without him there. I am grateful to have known Peter, and am deeply saddened to hear of his death. May it bring some small comfort to his family and friends to know that they are being held in heart by many, and that Peter will be deeply missed.

From: Steve and Delila Keczem

Brenda, know that Delila and I are holding you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. We will chat soon I'm sure. Steve and Delila

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