Guest Book for Peter Clarke Manino

Provided by Wood Funeral Home

Posted by: Marlene Zagorski
Tue July 21, 2020
My Dear Peter - We loved you so very much.  My heart is broken.  My nephew, my godson.  You had a smile that lit up any room you walked into.  You held a special spot in our hearts.  Love you always, Aunt Marlene and Uncle Ed.

Posted by: Eric Zagorski
Fri July 24, 2020
Peter- I will miss you tremendously. I have always considered you my brother. Thinking back on all the memories we made reminds me of simpler times. Whether it be making mud pies, or playing video games together, I always had fun because I was with you. You taught me a lot growing up and I thank you for that. Rest now Pete, and know Ill always love you.

Posted by: Kyley Ducharme
Mon July 27, 2020
I love you so much. You were such a hard working man who loved his family and friends. The memories we shared will forever be cherished in my heart. Your smile would light up the whole room no matter the mood. You always knew how to make me laugh even when I was mad at you. You were my best friend and my first love. Every time I go crabbing I’ll think of you and how much you loved your Blue crabs. Until we meet again ❤️

Posted by: Ryan Griner
Mon July 27, 2020
Peter was my buddy since I was just a kid. We were always together in school, at work and any time in between. We had a lot of laughs and got in our fair share of trouble together, but Pete was always there. A great guy and a loyal friend, he will be remembered as such always. My deepest condolences to all of you.

Posted by: Daniel natoli
Mon July 27, 2020
Gonna always remember you peter. You will be missed more than you know when

Posted by: Cristine Stamelos
Tue July 28, 2020
You will be deeply missed. I will always think back to the times when we were kids and we would all go to nanny’s house and feed the ducks and go out on Uncle John’s boat. I will always remember how you always made all of us laugh with your jokes.
Miss and love you!

Posted by: Lynda Romagnoli
Tue July 28, 2020
Dear Peter,  you left us heartbroken but you will always be in our hearts and gave us happy memories.  Hope you are in heaven with all your grandparents looking down on us.  We miss you, love Aunt Lynda & Uncle John

Posted by: Debbie Lasewicz
Tue July 28, 2020
Linda, Peter, & Family,

The news of Peter’s loss is heartbreaking. Please know that Vince and I are thinking of you, and that there is boundless love and prayer being offered for your family.

Your years with Peter are an incredible gift—I know you realize that and will always be grateful for the wonderful memories.

From what I can remember of Peter as a young boy, he was spitting image of his dad.  He was quite the character with a great sense of humor.  Unfortunately, I never had the pleasure of knowing him as a teen and adult.  

We ask for God's blessings on you and your wonderful family. May you find the courage and strength to move forward in peace and confidence and in knowing that he is at peace. In this time of sorrow, mixed with gratitude for the sheer joy of Peter’s life, please know we are with you.

The Lasewicz’s
Debbie, Vince, Jena & Steven

Posted by: Brian & Debra Miller
Wed July 29, 2020
Peter you had a way of making us laugh.  Your smile would light up a room. We will always remember how sweet and funny you were. You had a good soul and were so thoughtful to others. May you rest now and be well in God's love.
Aunt Deb and Brian

Posted by: Aunt Brooke & Uncle Anthony
Thu July 30, 2020
It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the sudden passing of our nephew, Little Pete.   He loved fishing, crabbing, the beach and anything to do with the water.  While it is so difficult to comprehend a life ended too soon, we take comfort in knowing that Little Pete has joined those who have gone before him:  Ginette, Sam, Nanny, Pop Pop, Tommie and so many others.  We will always treasure his smile and playful, fun loving spirit.    We love you.  Rest in Peace, Little Pete.

Posted by: Dina Romagnoli
Sat August 01, 2020
I am sad that my sweet and kindhearted cousin is gone.  I am sad that my Aunt and Uncle are grief-stricken. I am sad for my cousins and their families. I am sad for Kyley.
I pray for peace and comfort for your family now and the days to come.
Rest In Peace my smiling cousin Peter.  Knowing you are with family in heaven gives me comfort.  I wish I could hug you one last time. I love you Peter.  

Posted by: jacqueline falzarano
Sat August 01, 2020

Heatfelt Tribute Bright Floor Basket was sent by Kristina and Jackie.

What is lovely never dies, But passes into other loveliness." - Thomas Bailey Aldrich With blessings, love, and prayers. Love, Jackie and Kristina


Posted by: LaVerne Dickson
Sat August 08, 2020
Dear Peter,
I've been thinking of you so much lately.  Heard you got a boat, wow fantastic.  I missed seeing your smiling face at Mom and Dad's pool this summer.  That's always one of my favorite days, to hear you and your sisters talking and laughing and sharing.  I can tell the bond you share.  Just want to say I love you and you are always in my heart.
Love, Aunt LaVerne

Sat August 08, 2020

Classic Sympathy Dish Garden was sent by LaVerne Dickson.

"Grief is the last act of love we have to give those we loved, where there is deep grief, there was great love. Love always, Aunt LaVerne


Posted by: Kevin Gillespie
Sat August 08, 2020
Petie always was the nicest person, loving, kind hearted. Although I didn’t know him as much as l would have liked to, I am heartbroken that his life was cut short. To Linda, Pete and family, I’d like to express my sincere condolences and all the love in the world during this difficult time. He will surely be missed. With love...

Posted by: Lori & Ken Bermudez, Ocala, FL
Mon August 10, 2020
Dear Linda, Pete & Family,

We are so sorry for your loss.  May God give you strength at this very difficult time.

Our sincerest sympathies,
Lori & Ken Bermudez
Ocala, FL

Posted by: Cheryl and Steve Floroff
Mon August 17, 2020
Such memories of young Peter!  We will always cherish them. Along with his sisters Denise and Amy and our son Phil, they seemed inseparable growing up as good friends in our neighborhood in Long Valley, New Jersey. Playing in the backyard pool, building forts in the woods around Falcon Fields, building the treehouse in Peters back yard, (with a little help from Peters dad) And Halloween! Peter and “the Gang” always went together and divided the loot. These were good times, happy times. We miss you so much Peter. Rest In Peace.
Cheryl and Steve Floroff