OBITUARY

Pete Spangler

January 21, 1933March 31, 2018
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Spangler, Paul “Pete” F.

On March 31, 2018 PAUL “Pete” SPANGLER; beloved husband of Patricia P. Spangler (nee Smith); loving father of Sharon Spangler, Linda Spangler Dwyer and her husband Russell Smith, Paul Bradley Spangler, Dee Navolio and her husband Dave and Kim Barton and her husband Jerry; dear brother of Michael J. Spangler; cherished grandfather of Audrey Blagen, Maura Dwyer, Blaine and Ryan Davies, Joshua, Benjamin, Amanda and Zachary Barton; great-grandfather to Charlie. The family will receive friends at the LEMMON FUNERAL HOME OF DULANEY VALLEY INC., 10 W. Padonia Road (at York Road) Timonium, Maryland 21093 on Monday, April 9, 2018 from10am to12noon with a Service/Celebration of Pete’s Life at 12noon.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Pete’s name to the International Dyslexia Association, please visit www.dyslexiaida.org

A Guest Book is available at www.lemmonfuneralhome.com

  • FAMILY

  • Patricia P. Spangler, Wife
  • Sharon Spangler, Daughter
  • Linda Spangler Dwyer, Daughter
  • Russell Smith, Son-in-law
  • Paul Bradley Spangler, Son
  • Dee Navolio, Daughter
  • Dave Navolio, Son-in-law
  • Kim Barton, Daughter
  • Jerry Barton, Son-in-law
  • Michael J. Spangler, Brother
  • Cherished grandfather of Audrey Blagen, Maura Dwyer, Blaine and Ryan Davies, Joshua, Benjamin, Amanda and Zachary Barton; great-grandfather to Charlie.

Services

  • Gathering Monday, April 9, 2018
  • Memorial Service Monday, April 9, 2018
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Kathy (Hecky) Heckrotte'

April 14, 2018

What can one say about Pete? Someone at the service referred to him as a "legend" - he was that and more. I came to know Pete through one of my best friends - his wife, Patti. Through the years and the ups and downs, Pete always remained the same to me when I saw him. He always tried to seem "gruff", but there was always that underlying twinkle in his eye and you knew that he really liked you, no matter how he tried to hide it. He was really a 'teddy bear' in disguise. In the past couple of years, he was always happy to see you when you came to visit.

Pete was one of the most caring people I know - he took care of his family, Patti's family and his friends through the years. No one can ever take that away from him. He was loyal to his "buds" and they were loyal to him to the end. His love for those he cared about was boundless. He will be missed by those left behind. I'm sure Dick, Bobby and a host of others are up there to welcome him "home".

Rest in peace, Pete! And watch over us who are left behind. Slainte' my friend!!
xoxo Hecky

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