Remembering Peter Plas
From: Willy Waterton
Patti and Heather, my condolence on the passing of both of your parents. I have very fond memories of Pete, he gave me my first job cleaning the autobody shop on Saturday. mornings when I was 15. And your mom, Pauline always had a smile and laugh.
From: Leo Leach
My most sincere condolences on the passing of Peter.
From: Brenda Hamel
Oh Pete, I think of you every time we drive pass Pete’s Auto Body on #6. You had such a fun sense of humour and never knew what trick you would pull at the dealership. You Rest in Peace my friend
From: Joyce & Bev Grahlman
Our condolences and prayers to Patti and Heather on the loss of father Peter.
From: Peggy Uttley
Patty and Heather. My sincere condolences to you and your families. Your Dad was a wonderful friend and neighbor for a great number off years. I attended many a concerts that he sang in. He was a wonderfiul singer and he really enjoyed it. He was a perfectionist in everything he did. He was always there to give my family a helping hand if we needed it. He had an infectious laugh, I can still hear him laughing. He was a beautiful woodworker. I will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.Peace be with you now in your time of sorrow.
From: Glen and Laura Martin and family
Our condolences to Patti, Heather and families and Ronny, Gerry and families on the passing of your Dad/brother. Peter was a wonderful person...always a huge smile on his face, a twinkle in his eyes.. and that great laugh of his. He was a pleasure to know all these years. Glen remembers when he worked at Hal Wrights Chev-Olds, he used to take some newer vehicles out to Pete to get a scratch worked on, or took some parts out to him. He also has fond memories of spending time at Jaycees together. We always enjoyed meeting up with Pete in a store or on the street where we would have a chat and catch up a bit. We will miss him.