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Kurt Edward Peterson

Born: Mon., Aug. 13, 1956
Died: Mon., May 18, 2020


Funeral Service

Location: Private


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Kurt Edward Peterson, 63 a long-time resident of Whitman passed away peacefully May 18, 2020.  Kurt was an avid walker.  If you happened to pass him on his way to Duval’s or Millie’s, you were likely greeted with a quick smile or a friendly hello.  Kurt loved to connect with people almost as much as he loved to walk.  
 
Kurt was born on August 13, 1956 in Boston, MA, to Gordon and Blanche (Walker) Peterson.  He was a beloved son and loving brother to seven siblings.  In his youth, Kurt excelled at sports and especially enjoyed playing baseball.  He attended Whitman Public Schools.
Kurt leaves behind a legacy of kindness.  His bright smile and deep laughter were impossible to resist.  By making the most of every day, appreciating the simple things in life, expressing heart-felt thankfulness and always staying positive he touched the lives of others.
Kurt was preceded in death by his father, Gordon and his mother, Blanche.  He is survived by his siblings: Gary Peterson, Lori Shea, Kim Cromwell, Craig Peterson, Glenn Peterson, Lisa Dudley and Melisa Castelo.  He is also survived by several cousins and many nieces and nephews.
 
All services are private.   In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be given to Kurt's name to Park St. Home, Activity Fund, 26 Park Ave. Whitman, MA  02382

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Eunice Fraga
   Posted Wed May 20, 2020
My deepest sympathy to the whole family on the loss of your loved one God’s love and comfort be with you all and on your hearts he’s memories will live forever. RIP

Barbara Derosier
   Posted Sat May 23, 2020
What a beautifully written memorial to Kurt.
" His bright smile and deep laughter were impossible to resist. " So very true. That was indeed Kurt.. spelled K U R T. He would remind me how it's spelled :). I shall miss his heartwarming sincere greetings along with his bursting smile, extended hand and recently, elbow bumps. He will long be remembered by those who were fortunate enough to have been touched by his gentle soul.
Smiling with sweet memories,
Barbara Derosier




megan forti
   Posted Sat May 23, 2020
So very sorry for your loss. Kurt sounds like a wonderful person and that his legacy will be carried on. Keeping you in our prayers.