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Smudgie

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Our dear friend, Uncle Pete, passed away peacefully in hospital this afternoon in the arms of members of his family.

I will miss this determinedly independent man who first visited several years ago and has been a firm friend both online and in real life.

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Bishops Finger
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[Votive]

RIPARIG.

Thanks, Smudgie, for keeping us posted.

{{Smudgie + Pete's family}}

{{Wodders}}

IJ

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Pigwidgeon

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RIP, Uncle Pete.

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I met Uncle Pete a couple of times (thanks to Smudgie), and followed his Indian adventures in particular, with great interest. He will be much missed aboard Ship and IRL. Prayers ascending.

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May Uncle Pete rest in peace and rise in glory.

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god dammit. dammit dammit. [Mad]

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Oh my. I hadn't expected to see this today. I hadn't seen him for many years but he was always so delightful.

May be rest in peace, and rise in glory [Votive]

Auntie Doris x

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I never met Uncle Pete IRL, but the sense of community is so strong here that I feel as though I had met him.

He will be missed by so many. [Votive]

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Vale, Uncle Pete - enjoy your heavenly reunion with deuce2.

I'm glad to have met Pete at the Edinburgh meet on his way home from India a few years ago, and will miss him on fb and here on the Ship.

Prayers for his family and friends, especially WW [Votive] May he rest in peace, and rise in glory.

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[Votive] [Votive]

May Pete rest in peace and rise in glory.

My prayers and condolences also for Pete's family and friends and the many, many people who will be feeling this loss so deeply. Pete was an amazing human being who will be sorely missed.

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Another one who met Uncle Pete as he travelled through London on his way to and from India.

Rest in peace, Uncle Pete.

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I am so sorry. A great character has left us. [Tear]
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I too met him a couple of times when he passed through London. And valued highly his contributions here. He was a stalwart. I’m still processing it all.
Farewell Uncle Pete. You left my world a better place for having known you.
May you rest in peace and rise in glory.

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So very sad.

[Votive] for the Ship, all who sail in her and those particularly affected by the loss of a clearly beloved shipmate.

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He sees God face to face and is welcomed home, to our loss

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Amen. [Votive]

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I did not know Uncle Pete except on the ship, but many a time his posts brightened my day. I will miss him and send my prayers to all who knew him in real life.

May he rest in a heaven which does not put up it's Christmas decorations to early.
[Votive]

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I have been fearing the arrival of this subject line. Thank you, Smudgie.

I knew Uncle Pete only on the Ship, but I felt as though I knew him IRL. He was a dear, dear man.

[Votive] May he rest in peace and rise in glory; and may all who love him find comfort.

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I never met Uncle Pete, but he was one of the posters here whose posts I most looked forward to. They were always imbued with kindness and humour. I will miss reading his words.

Uncle Pete [Votive]

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Oh no, what sad news. Uncle Pete was someone whose posts I always enjoyed reading, and someone I was lucky to meet a couple of times when he was on his travels.
Rest in peace, you will be missed.

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Oh Uncle Pete.

And thinking particularly of a certain Indian household tonight [Votive]

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Shit.

Coherent words fail me.

AG

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I’m so sorry to learn this.Pete was a character I’ll never forget.
May he rest in peace. [Votive]

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Thank you Smudgie for passing this on. I count Pete as a friend online and in real life. I will miss him greatly.

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Oh no. Never met him in person, but I'll miss reading his posts on the Ship. [Votive]

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Smudgie

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Just to reassure people, I had a long chat with Welease Woderwick today to share the news. He is OK.

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Sandemaniac
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Slightly more coherently, we have just raised a glass to absent friends.

AG

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Thank you, Smudgie, for all your care for Pete.

I spent a day with Pete IRL. Picked him up after church, and thereafter spent the day driving him around and playing impromptu tour guide, at his request. This was somewhat challenging because, in addition to using a wheelchair, he was deaf as a post and required MUCH SHOUTING for communication. He was also an intelligent, charming, sharp, sympathetic, and funny companion, and an intrepid traveller. I liked him and I'm glad I got to meet him.

Sending my condolences and love to Wodders & HWMBO, and to Pete's family.

May he rest in peace and rise in glory.

[Votive]

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I remember great times with him in the Wightmeets. A lovely guy with a wicked sense of humour.

May he rest in peace and rise in glory

[Votive] [Votive]

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The last time I saw him was the first time we'd met - at Woderick's place in Kerala in 2011. I was down from Bengaluru for the weekend - Palm Sunday if memory serves. We bundled ourselves into the jeep and went to a Catholic church nearby for the service - the chair was no barrier to getting around. Bless his memory and comfort to those who grieve.
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[Votive]

Pete came to Christchurch and managed to fit his visit between two major earthquakes. I was glad to see him, but sorry it was at a time when the city wasn't very accessible.

Huia [Tear]

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Farewell, Uncle Pete. Rest in peace and rise in glory. With much affection and memories of some special PMs

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So sorry to hear this. I never met him in real life, but I'm another who felt I got to know him through the ship Prayers for his family, for WW, and all other shippies who knew him. [Votive]

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quote:
Originally posted by Huia:
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Pete came to Christchurch and managed to fit his visit between two major earthquakes. I was glad to see him, but sorry it was at a time when the city wasn't very accessible.

Huia [Tear]

Yes Huia, seven years ago this week. Just before I moved in here. Typical Sydney February heat and humidity.

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[Votive] Farewell Pete, wise, witty kind Pete. I'll miss you.
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RIP. [Votive]

I remember meeting Pete at least once IRL at an Ottawa shipmeet back when we were living there.

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Another here who didn't know him in Real Life, but always appreciated his posts here and on Facebook. I always admired his bravery and determination, in travelling half-way round the world each year to spend his winters in India.

When he retired as an All Saints hosts, I felt more honoured than I can tell you when I was asked to be his replacement - great metaphorical shoes to be filled by this little piglet.

Holding his soul and his family and friends, especially WW, Himself, Herself and the twins, in my prayers.

Rest eternal grant unto him, O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon him.

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I am another one who never met Uncle Pete but looked forward to his posts. He sounded a good man who lived life to the full despite his disadvantages.

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May his memory be eternal.

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I've been sitting thinking about Uncle Pete a lot over the last hour or so. I really barely knew him - I met him a couple of times in real life, and interacted a little on the ship (not much in recent years where I've been much less active).

And yet.

He's always been one of those people who glues this community together. I've always been aware of him as a presence in the ship community; a real friend to all of us here, especially those in need of a friend. Even at some remove, I could see what a difference Pete made to the lives of people I know and love, and I can only begin to imagine the positive effect that he's had on the lives of so many others.

God grant us all the spirit, the courage, and the warm-heartedness to be anything like Pete. [Votive]

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Sad to hear this.

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Very thankful to have met Pete here in Perth some years ago.
RIP & RIG.

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Sorry to hear this news. Pete was one of the shipmates I always thought I'd love to meet.

RIP, friend.

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Not really ready to believe this is true. I will miss you, Pete. You were a steady presence in this place and I loved hearing from you.

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