Peter M. Einarson

Peter M. Einarson was born in Winnipeg Canada to Ingibjorg and Einar Einarson on September 22, 1939. Pete Left this world on May 21, 2022 at age 82 in Las Vegas Nevada. He is survived by his daughter Shannon, son In law Eric, his grandchildren Ali, Robbie, Kaden and Shane and great granddaughter Ella, his brother Harry, and his wife Jeannie, nieces Terri and Janice and his many family members and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife Linda on February 14, 1988. Pete was a high rise ironworker for 30 years and belonged to local 433 Los Angeles. He loved to travel, and fish and hunt and adventure. He never missed an event for his daughter or grandchildren until he got sick, and even then he wanted updates and pictures. Pete was very loved and will be so very missed. His family takes comfort in knowing he is finally with his wife Linda.

 

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  • Ramona Smith
    June 6, 2022 4:55 pm

    The photos tell the story of a loving father. Our prayers for the family are for comfort and peace and knowing that you brought much joy and happiness to your loved one.

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  • Very nice

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  • Deom family
    June 6, 2022 7:51 pm

    I’m so very sorry for the loss of your father, I see some similarities with my father, I didn’t know they both were born in 39 and were 82 at passing just a few weeks apart. Bobby is setting here telling me stories about your dad when you lived in the apartments where we met.. he was a good man and loved you to the moon and back! You will hold tight to all the memories, they are priceless.. he will still be with you, always believe the signs, it’s really their best shot at letting us know they are there! All our love and prayers to you.. The Deom family. ❤️

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  • I was so sadden to hear about Pete passing he was strong, loving person fun to be around a good cook as well amazing father to Shannon. I am so sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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  • The Pete that knew was a perfect model of the saying “to be interesting, be intrested”. Pete always showed a sincere interest in the people around him including myself. He was generous with material things, time and attention. I had lots of late night talks with him and he always told stories of the same fewest people dearest to him. A small handful of friends but mostly his two girls. Absolutely the lights of his life. His stories reflected pride, success, humor, and pain. He was not a religious man but seemed to have accepted some of life’s hardest misgivings as part of the package and never complained. We were all blessed to have known Pete and now he is free at last. Doug

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  • Laci Dunham
    June 7, 2022 12:23 am

    So sad to hear of your passing. You are missed. You were like a second dad to me. I loved you like one. I hope you rest in peace with your love. Until we meet again…

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  • I have great memories of my Uncle Pete ❤️ When we get together and reminisce there is going to be lots of laughs and tears. Love you Uncle Pete ❤️ See you soon Shannon and Family. Love you all ❤️ Janice and Family

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  • When we cousins were young we were all very close.as we got older we Ibecame busy with our own lives and some like Peter moved far away. I have many fond memories of those childhood days. My deepest sympathy to Shannon and all your family.

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  • Ellen Freed
    June 18, 2022 9:30 pm

    I’m so sorry for your loss. He was a good man and I too feel joy for the reunion he and Linda finally have. They were both such good friends to me.

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