Colleen R. Peck

July 13, 1949September 28, 2018

PECK, Colleen R. (nee Pitcher) September 28, 2018 of Clarence Center, NY and Johnstown, NY . Beloved husband of Leon R. Peck. Dearest mother of Christian (Heather) Peck. Cherished grandmother of Bridget Noel. Dear sister of Edward (Barbara) Pitcher. The family will receive friends on Monday from 4-8 PM at the DENGLER ROBERTS PERNA FUNERAL HOME 8630 Transit Rd. East Amherst. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Tuesday at 10 AM at Good Shepard Catholic Church, please assemble at Church. If desired, contributions may be made to Good Shepard Church in Colleen's memory. Online condolences may be shard at


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Colleen R. Peck

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October 2, 2018

May you find comfort in your memories and in the warm sympathy that goes out to you today.
The Bradt Family

Colleen and I laughed so hard on our trip to Fort Drum, New York, I can still hear her giggling....she was even happy to be an honorary Bradt and has a coffee mug to prove it! God bless Colleen, Lon, Christian and family.
Dan & Patty Bradt

Terry Lake

October 2, 2018

Condolences to the Peck family, Rest in peace.
Terry Lake
Class of 1967

Stephen Duesler

October 1, 2018

My condolences, she will be missed.

A JHS Classmate.

Stephen Duesler

Al Smith

September 30, 2018

For Lon and family. The loss of a life long partner is, by far, the hardest challenge we will all deal with at some point in our lives. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Try to find solace knowing that the Colleen's pain has come to an end, and that she is at peace. With time, life will get easier for all. Heal well.
Al and Lynn Smith........Warrensburg NY and Venice Fl

Barbara Heine

September 30, 2018

I’ll always remember the day I met Colleen when she was moving next door. She has been a good friend and an inspiration due to her tremendous fight against this horrible disease. I especially cherish the memory of our conversations near the end and her spiritual connection to what’s really important in life. May you Rest In Peace, dear friend.
-Barb Heine