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Peter F. Otto

February 27, 1952March 12, 2018
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Peter F. Otto, 66, of Andover, NH passed away on Monday, March 12, 2018. Peter was born on February 27, 1952 in Concord, NH to Floyd F. Otto Jr. and Therese (LeBrun) Otto. An attendee of Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Peter was the third generation owner of Concord Photo Engraving, Inc. He was preceded in death by his parents Floyd F. Otto Jr. and Therese (LeBrun) Otto. Peter is survived by Trudi, his loving wife of 41 years; son Floyd and wife Victoria of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; son Max and wife Shelley of Concord, NH; and daughter Stephanie Krueger and husband Chris of Boise, Idaho. He was also “Grumpy” to grandsons Grady Otto, Cooper and Alex Otto, and Wolfe Krueger. Peter is also survived by his brother, Tom; sisters, Terry, Lynn, and Lisa and numerous nieces and nephews. Calling hours will take place at Bennett Funeral Home, located at 209 N. Main Street in Concord, NH from 4 to 6 pm on Monday, March 19, 2018. A memorial service will be held immediately following at 6pm at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Peter’s honor to the American Heart Association or Green Mountain Pug Rescue of Vermont (GMPR). Arrangements are entrusted to the Bennett Funeral Home of Concord. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at https://www.BennettFuneral.com for the Otto family.

Services

  • Calling Hours Monday, March 19, 2018
  • Memorial Service Monday, March 19, 2018
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EARLE DAVIS

April 4, 2018

Feeling so terrible that we just found out today, April 4th, of Peter's passing. On behalf of the Davis family, we offer our sincerest condolences to Trudy, their kids, grandchildren, Peter's siblings and the entire extended family. I know he loved his family very much and his grand kids lit up his already bright eyes even more. My earliest memories of Peter are from the early 60's whenever we would visit our new camp on the lake 2 doors down from the Otto's. Sure as the sun rises, Peter would make sure to toss me into the lake fully clothed, showing "that pesky little new kid" who was boss, I suppose. I swear the reason I always take extra clothing with me just to get a gallon of milk stems from those days! In recent times, Pete was always a good friend and neighbor with interesting things to chat about when we'd meet at the dump or around the lake, and his presence will be sorely missed. Please Trudy, know that with proximity, Linda and I can be there at a moments notice should you need any help around the house, with the boats etc. or for anything at all.

Dina Villanueva

March 19, 2018

Peter, the brother i never met - was one of the best people i have ever been blessed to know. He drove me to laugh, sometimes to exasperation (when we would "discuss" politics and gun control) let's just say we had fun discussing things.
But above all, he was always there for me when i needed him both professionally and as a awesome listening post and friend.
The last conversation Pete and I had was on Friday the 9th. We were talking about Cooper starting school in the fall, and how excited he was for Cooper. "Grumpy" was a great granddad and wonderful friend. He will truly be missed.

Chet Dunn

March 18, 2018

Hope and I enjoyed many hours down on the river with Peter and family !!
The "kids" would swim while Pete, Trudy, Hope and Chet would enjoy a adult beverage while watching the kids !!

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