In memory of
David S. Peters
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In memory of
David S. Peters
David S. Peters Palm Springs - On January 24, 2020, David S. Peters, passed away peacefully in Palm Springs, California. He had just celebrated his 90th birthday with his family. Growing up in Tyrone, Pennsylvania, Dave was born January 10, 1930 in Bloomingdale, New Jersey to Rev. Charles B. and Clara A. (Mathieson) Peters. Dave always had a great passion for music and sports having played HS football on the 1947 & 1948 undefeated Tyrone Golden Eagles in Pennsylvania, and played trombone for Fred Waring and his Canteen Dance Band. He spent most of his early adult life in church music ministry with his wife Idee. In the 70's, Dave entered the recording industry in Hollywood. A highlight of his career was accepting a Grammy Award from motion film composer legend Henry Mancini. Dave was preceded in death by his brother, Johnathan, his former wife Idee and his daughter, Susan. He is survived by his sons David (wife Kristine) of Lake Forest, and Stephen of Culver City, his seven grandchildren, Geoffrey, Alyson, Hayley, Elliot, Jeremie, Luke and Natalie, and great-granddaughter, Elianna, along with several cousins, nieces and nephews. Services were held January 31 at Sunset Funeral Care, Redlands, Ca. Dave will be laid to rest at the Blair Memorial Cemetery in Bellwood, Pa.
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Redlands, CA 92373
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In memory of
David S. Peters
David S. Peters Palm Springs - On January 24, 2020, David S. Peters, passed away peacefully in Palm Springs, California. He had just celebrated his 90th birthday with his family. Growing up in Tyrone, Pennsylvania, Dave was born January 10, 1930 in Bloomingdale, New Jersey to Rev. Charles B. and Clara A. (Mathieson) Peters. Dave always had a great passion for music and sports having played HS football on the 1947 & 1948 undefeated Tyrone Golden Eagles in Pennsylvania, and played trombone for Fred Waring and his Canteen Dance Band. He spent most of his early adult life in church music ministry with his wife Idee. In the 70's, Dave entered the recording industry in Hollywood. A highlight of his career was accepting a Grammy Award from motion film composer legend Henry Mancini. Dave was preceded in death by his brother, Johnathan, his former wife Idee and his daughter, Susan. He is survived by his sons David (wife Kristine) of Lake Forest, and Stephen of Culver City, his seven grandchildren, Geoffrey, Alyson, Hayley, Elliot, Jeremie, Luke and Natalie, and great-granddaughter, Elianna, along with several cousins, nieces and nephews. Services were held January 31 at Sunset Funeral Care, Redlands, Ca. Dave will be laid to rest at the Blair Memorial Cemetery in Bellwood, Pa.
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Sunset Funeral Care
305 W State St
Redlands, CA 92373
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