OBITUARY

Jack D. Peters

Passed away on July 18, 1929

Jack D. Peters, 89, of West Decatur, passed away Thursday, July 26, 2018 at Windy Hill Village. He was born on July 18, 1929 in Woodland, the son of the late, Rex and Maude (Young) Peters. On October 11, 1949 he married Mae Ireland Peters. He was the owner and operator of Peters Service Center in Woodland, for 21 years until his retirement. Jack enjoyed working on cars and riding his golf cart. He is survived by his loving wife of 68 years Mae (Ireland) Peters; six children: Marsha Holt and her husband Tim of West Decatur, Candy Roberts and her husband Melvin of Woodland, Phillip Peters and his wife Cheryl of Morrisdale, Jeffrey Peters and his companion Nanette Wisor of Hyde, Barry Peters of Irvona and Gary Peters of Irvona; 14 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, two grandsons: Gary and Brock Peters; a great grandsons, Dakota Cochran; a great granddaughter, Mackenzie Holt; a sister, Joy “Dot” Shaw; three brothers: Loy “Pokey”, Bernard and James Peters. At the request of Mr. Peters all services are private. Burial will be in Bradford Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Bennett and Houser Funeral Home, Inc. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society. Online tributes can be made at www.bennettandhouser.com or www.mem.com

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Larry & Sandy Proud

July 30, 2018

May the love of family and friends carry you through your grief .

Cheryl "Susie" Peters Kulak

July 28, 2018

Uncle Jack, enjoy your reunion in heaven with your brothers and sisters and mom and grand children.

Cheryl "Susie" Peters Kulak

July 28, 2018

I hope Uncle Jack is in heaven now, enjoying the company of all of those who went before him. My memories of Uncle Jack and Aunt Mae and all my cousins (especially Candy) go all the way back to when they lived down the road from us on lake road, and of seeing him when we would go see Grammie.

FROM THE FAMILY