Anyways, You are my sunshine (both of you), on a rainy day. You are my rain, on a sun baked plain... blah blah, de freaking I miss saying hello, and hugging you both, close, to say we are safe.
Miss Kate wrote: Peter Anderson, passed away.
a smile and conversation for everyone he met
I'm sorry to have to pass on such terrible news, but many of us here
knew Peter. I only just found out today. Here is the Star Trib Obit.
Anderson Peter Anderson Sculptor & Renaissance Man 9/29/1958 -
7/9/2005 Peter Anderson, age 46, of Pequot Lakes, MN, passed away
Saturday, July 9 as the result of an automobile accident. He was born
September 29, 1958 in St. Paul to Keith & Martha (Smolka) Anderson.
Peter graduated from Mahtomedi High School in 1976. He was the former
publisher of Echo Publishing in Pequot Lakes. He was past president of
the Nisswa Chamber of Commerce and the Minnesota Free Newspaper
Association. He chaired the Pequot Lakes Beanhole Days for many years
and was an active member of the Antique Snowmobile Club and Lions Club
of Pequot Lakes. Peter spent many hours volunteering at St. Joseph's
Medical Center in Brainerd. He loved the outdoors, sculpting and art.
He was most recently employed by Hunt Utilities Group in Pine River,
MN as an Artist in Residence. He is survived by his children, Noelle,
Rachel & Erik, and granddaughter, Lola, all of Pequot Lakes; former
wife, Julie; special friend, Quinn Swanson; his parents, Keith &
Martha Anderson of Nisswa, MN; brothers, Michael (Barbara) of Cottage
Grove, Paul of Austin, TX, Erik (Jill) of Tigard, OR; and sister,
Linda Osborne (Bob) of Jackson, WY. Memorials are preferred in lieu of
flowers. Services will be 11 AM Thursday, July 14 at St. Alice
Catholic Church in Pequot Lakes, with Father George Zeck officiating.
Friends may call Wednesday from 5 to 8 PM at Kline Funeral Home, and
one hour prior to service at the church. Arr. with Kline Funeral Home,
Pine River, 218-587-2067.
Published in the Star Tribune on 7/12/2005.
Hello, miss Blue.
I was thinking on the drive home from seeing you
that I would give you $5,000 for one year
if you would like to start your flea-market
i believe in you
i want your dream to come true
you are my sister
So that is that. No strings attached.
Think about it, eh.
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