Pedro Miguel Vieira

October 21, 1966September 27, 2020

Pedro Miguel Vieira, 53, passed away on September 27, 2020. Born in Lisbon, Portugal on October 21, 1966 to Manuel and Margarida (Medeiros) Vieira. Preceded in death by his mother: Margarida Vieira. Survived by his parents: Manuel and Zinda Vieira of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; brother: Manuel Vieira, Jr. of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; sisters: Paula Darland of Wichita, Francelina Pinkerton (Russ Rocheford) of Andover, Helena Vieira of Gladstone, MO.; Niece: Courtney Pope; Nephews: Alexander Pinkerton, Joshua and Andrew Darland. Visitation: 4-8 p.m. Friday, October 2, 2020 at Hillside Funeral Home West; Graveside Service: 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 3, 2020 at Resurrection Cemetery, 1640 N. Maize Road, Wichita, Kansas


  • Alexander Pinkerton
  • Joshua Darland
  • Andrew Darland
  • Zack Pope
  • Russ Rocheford


  • Visitation

    Friday, October 2, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, October 3, 2020


Pedro Miguel Vieira

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Verna Wommack

October 21, 2020

Happy Heavenly Birthday Pedro. Thinking of you today and I know your friends and family miss you dearly.

Kay Bentz

October 21, 2020

I met Pedro when I went to work at Affordable Supplements warehouse. He was a smart, very sweet and a funny man. He was someone the whole crew looked up to.
He had bought and planted many plants on the outside of the warehouse, his love and knowledge of plants was amazing. He was ready to help anyone if they needed it. You will be missed Pedro RIP.

Daniel GMAN LLC Transportation

October 3, 2020

We at GMAN LLC are very saddened to hear of Pedro's passing! He was a great person whom we all enjoyed. He always had a smile on his face even at five in the morning. I know he is smiling down on all of us!

Jacque Marr

October 2, 2020

Pedro joined the Renewell group a few years ago. He had the funniest, sarcastic sense of humor that was balanced by such a loving personality. I admired his ability to live his life to the fullest all the way to the end. He was loved by many at Renewell and his presence will be missed.

Paula Darland

October 2, 2020

Pedro was my older brother. He was a caring, gentle soul that had worked hard at overcoming a lot of adversities in life, one of them being alcoholism. He had managed to stay clean for years thanks to his “family” at AA meetings he frequented. We thank you for being in his life. Pedro was also an amazing cook and pastry chef. He would always make us the most amazing cakes and pastries, especially those we so missed from our Portuguese upbringing.
Pedro suffered a tremendous brain injury 5 years ago that would change him both physically and mentally, causing him short term memory loss. Recently he had asked me to help him make Portuguese Squid Stew which we cooked together. He loved it so much he ate it all in a day lol. Just last week he had asked me to help him again and I put it off not knowing we’d never have that chance again. We will make that to celebrate you this weekend.
Pedro we all love and miss you! I’ll miss our morning and evening texts checking in with you. I take comfort in knowing you’re with mom, whom you‘ ve missed tremendously. Godspeed big brother!

Juaquina know Bowers

October 2, 2020

I met Pedro 11 years ago. He was a great guy. He always had great things to say. Awesome cook. He brought me flowers in the hospital when I had my son. I had been in the hospital a week.
You will be missed. Rest easy my friend.

Juaquina Bowers

October 2, 2020

I met Pedro 11 years ago. He was so funny so nice. He always had great things to say. Awesome cook! He brought me flowers one time when I had my son and I was in the hospital for a week. Great easy my friend.

Will Dennis

October 1, 2020

I met Pedro years ago at the Newcomers Group. He was always so kind and took time to talk with me. I especially remember all of the great food he took time to make for us on birthday night! He turned me on to one of my guilty pleasures that I still enjoy to this day (Laughing Cow creamy swiss cheese spread on Pepridge Farms Chessman butter cookies). RIP my friend!

Wayne Korber

October 1, 2020

I met Pedro at valley hope, a lost soul. We became good friends and work hard together! He was a great guy and a kind person!May he Rest In Peace and be with his mother. You will be missed greatly!

Verna Wommack

September 29, 2020

I met Pedro in the waaaay early 90s when he worked at Arby's....we all were so young still! I was only 14 and he worked there with my friend Connie. I always liked talking to him because he was funny and so smart. He always had something positive to say to. Fast forward about 2-3 years later, I worked at Dillons and I got the pleasure to meet his sister Francelina who has become one of my dearest friends. I couldn't believe that I met her brother before I met her and how uncanny that was. I haven't seen Pedro in years but we became friends on Facebook about a year or 2 ago.

Rest in Paradise Pedro - you are with your sweet mother now - I miss her too! She was always fun to talk to.

Much love to all of the Vieira family, especially my dear friend Francelina <3 - your brother was a good person.


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