Thinking of you all with prayers. No matter how old we get it is never easy loosing a parent. Thinking of your dear Dad with warm memories of Christmas's growing up. I loved his laugh and smile. I admire how devoted he was to your Mother and faithful to drive her to work and back. May God give you peace knowing thru Jesus sacrifice you will see him again. Wish I could be there and give each of you a big hug. Love Diane and Ron
From Ron and Diane KOlberg
We are very sorry for your loss. We hope that the care and the love of the people around you is able to provide you some comfort and peace tn the difficult days ahead. Wish we could be there. God Bless...
From Brandon and Ellen Holt
Nancy, David and Boys- You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Love- Jenny, Ben, Reed and Reese
From Jenny Holz and Family
I'm so heartbroken, but also feeling so blessed to have been a daily part of Fred's life in his last chapter. I'm so fortunate to have cared for him for his last 18 weeks of life, making it my absolute mission to be the sunshine, strength, humor, fun, joy & calm in his life, in the best way I knew how, with my faith at the forefront. We shared so much! Music was daily, as were smiles, laughter, kindness, gentleness & calm. I am better for having had this wonderful experience and I am beyond thankful for the love & kindness I have received Fred and from his daughter Nancy & family, daughters Shirley, and Sharon.
My family and I send our deepest sympathy to the Petersen family, & our hugs, love & prayers for peace. Fred was ready to dance with his Audrey, again. I will carry the memories of my special time with Fred with me, always. ❤️
From Carla, Fred's caregiver