Peter Sands Tibone
January 27, 1957 – January 3, 2019
Peter Sands Tibone was born on January 27, 1957 and passed away on January 3, 2019
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Peter Sands Tibone
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January 9, 2019
The best memory I have of Pete is when he called me into his office at UMC after a difficult meeting. We had been struggling with pulling data on a new CMS requirement. He said I needed to hear something. I walked into his office, he had this HUGE smile on his face; I knew he had something up his sleeve. He said “have you heard my anti-McKesson song?” I about fell over and wondered if he was serious. He clicked a button and this beautiful song with him singing and playing guitar came on. Once I heard the lyrics, we began laughing to tears! It was so perfect!!! We needed the laugh so we could restart and re-approach the issue at hand. I will miss his positive outlook on life and his medicine for dealing with stressful events with laughter. Rest in Paradise my friend.
January 7, 2019
Playing his ukulele, conspiracy theory stories, bets on the weirdest things occurring in the world ... we kept score on a white board, mounds of papers, always helping without question. Pete was one of the most individual unique people I ever got to know. He always walked to the beat of his own drummer. And a fighter to the end. I am sorry he is gone, but I am glad his pain has ended. Hope you have a spot for your bass guitar in heaven Pete.
January 6, 2019
So much comes to mind when I think about Peter or as I called him my dad in the faith. I will cherish the memories that I got to experience with him and Annie. What I remember the most is the laughter that he brought and the way that his face would light up when Annie walked in the room. You'll always hold a special place in my heart and life. I love you! I'll miss you SO much! Save a place for me in heaven where I can join in on the worship service going on, when Jesus calls me home.
Annie (mom), my heart is breaking for you. He loved you SO much and so do I.