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Peter Garcia was born on Monday, October 16, 1989, in Stoughton, MA. He was 33 years old. He is the son of Juanita M. Garcia and Gustavo R. Santos. Peter was a longtime employee of Metro PCS with his best friend/owner Clyde Matta. Clyde was Peter’s, (what they call), big brother from another mother. Their friendship grew over two decades, and they formed their own unique brotherhood. Their love and support for one another was UNBREAKABLE.
Peter was a charismatic and loving person. If Peter was able to help, he was there to lend a hand. Peter was a kind, soft spoken, reserved, and private person. However, he was also adventurous and outgoing. Peter was adored by his mother, Juanita. He was her baby, the youngest of four children. The bond between Peter and his mom is something only other mothers and sons would understand. Despite life’s ups and downs, they always counted on one another, and that bond /love will live on FOREVER!
The connection between Peter and his oldest brother Jose was something truly special. The connection they shared was brewed from the brotherly love, compassion, and empathy. The emotional and spiritual connection they shared cannot be explained but if you knew them you could feel that love. Whenever they needed one another without question they had each other’s backs! Regardless of right or wrong they held one another DOWN!
Now Carlos is Peter’s right hand! Only one year apart in age they were inseparable! His Ace! His Ride or Die! True definition of Bad Boys 4 Life! Their bond was second to none, their love for one another unmatched. Their loyalty to one another…ADMIRABLE! If Peter was into mischief Carlos was not far behind and in most cases, he was the instigator. But no matter what they stayed TOGETHER!
Then there is Manny, the protector, the BIG brother, the hard one, the tough love, and the one who held all his brothers accountable. But best believe he was the first one to start WWIII if anyone crossed them, especially Peter. Their relationship was full of constant head butting and differences in opinion but was also a relationship of love and support. If Peter needed Manny when the chips were down, he was there no questions and when Manny was pursuing his dream Peter was the first one reppin’! The unspoken love was REAL and those who understood their relationship FELT it.
Last but certainly not least is Peter’s HEART! His TRUE LOVE! His 1st LOVE! His ONLY LOVE! His Greatest CREATION! His Pride & Joy! His baby girl Ariana. When Ariana was born Peter found his purpose! Peter’s destiny was clear! To be the BEST Daddy he could be and that he was! Peter was loving, understanding, affectionate, and nurturing! The love between a daughter and father is endless and boy did Ariana have him wrapped around her finger. Peter was a girl Dad and Ariana will always be Daddy’s girl. The time they spent together was filled with laughter and joyous memories and traditions.
Peter battled significant health issues and on November 19, 2022, he passed away after suffering a heart attack. Peter is survived by his mother Juanita, father Gustavo, brothers Jose, Manny, Carlos, his daughter Ariana, nephew Joshua, nieces Alesia, Brielle, and Athena. Peter is also survived by his extensive family of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and friends. Peter may have left this earth at the young age of 33 years old, but his energy, presence, impact, and love will be felt for many decades and generations to come. His memory will live on, and his name will not fade. We Love You Peter! Always & Forever! Rest Easy and Sleep Well! We will see you again! We PROMISE!!!
Private Funeral Services for the family and invitees only will be held on Saturday November 26, 2022, at the Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home 280 Bedford Street Lakeville, MA 02347. Visitation will be held from 10:00AM - 12:00PM followed by a funeral service at 12:00PM. The Family thanks you for your cooperation and understanding during this difficult time.