LAWRENCE E PECK
November 2, 1943 – May 11, 2019
Lawrence E. Peck, 75, of Homosassa, FL, passed away at the home of his godson, Charles Herne, Charles’ wife Holly, and Holly’s mother Cheryl, taking care of him along with HPH Hospice, on May 11, 2019. Mr. Peck moved to Homosassa in 1994 from Philadelphia and was a factory engineer by profession. He leaves behind sister-in-law Nancy Herne and her husband Neil, along with the following nephews and nieces and their children: nephew Raymond Stocklin, Jr., his wife Deanna, and their children: Deanna and husband Ray and their son Kyler; Stephanie and her son Eddie; Raymond Stocklin III, and his wife Katie and their children Megan, Lucas and Nathan; Alyssa and her children Caleb, Karli and Leonardo; Dominic Sr. and his son Dominic Jr.; Jessica, Nickolas; niece Nancy Pitonzo and her husband Paul and their children Lisa and Alex; nephew Scott Stocklin and his wife Mary and their daughter Danielle; nephew Neil Herne III and his wife Sheena and their children Lauren, Dylan, Brenna and Rylee; nephew Charles Herne and his wife Holly and their children Cailin, Gabriel, Blake, Carson and Jackson. Services and interment will be private. Wilder Funeral Home, Homosassa. www.wilderfuneral.com
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LAWRENCE E PECK
May 13, 2019
Larry, was and always will be a great man... Things will never be the same, he was old school with his ways and stood strong... He would do anything for you even if you didn't know you....... I thought very highly, had lots of respect and much love for him... He will be greatly missed but, never forgotten..... Enjoy life up in heaven happy and pain free rest in peace....
May 13, 2019
Dear Larry , It's been so hard not having you here.. hearing your chuckles.. or you telling me " it'll be ok kid " especially now when I don't feel like it's gonna be.. I know your here saying it to me and telling me to stop crying, I want to thank you for everything you did for me from growing up up to the end.. I hope I did the best I could by you throughout your hospital stays , rehabs and then coming home and doing my best taking care of you, until it got out of my knowledge.. I'm so sorry Larry that I was that weak that I couldn't do it.. I feel like I failed you but I know I did my best. I remember telling you here comes the pest again.. and you would chuckle.. and say nooo you gotta do what you gotta do.. I said I could never go into nursing and you always said I should cause I was good at it.. but I can't , I can't handle things like this.. not the goodbyes. I'm not saying goodbye it's till we meet again and I know we will.. so till then you and Lori laugh and smile and hurt no more cause to me your home now with hurting no more.. you will be missed and are loved dearly Larry.. love always the KID.