HART – Peter Robert
Passed away peacefully at his home in Churchill on May 28th, 2021, in the presence of his loving family.
Aged 86 years.
Dearly loved and loving husband of Carole for 49 years.
Much loved father and father-in-law of Rebecca and Michael, and Matthew.
Adored Pop to Cameron and Sarah, Patrick and Hayley, Charlotte, and Tyra. Great Pop to Harlow and all to come.Funeral Notice
In lieu of flowers donations to Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation would be appreciated. Envelopes available at the service.
Peter’s service will be live streamed. To view the live stream, please click here.
Still can’t believe your gone PopMay 29, 2021
Love you more than anything mate, what I would give to be able to have one more conversation about sport with you or here the same old jokes,
I know you’ll be watching over all of us forever now,
Until we meet again pop stay safe up there mate
So sorry to hear of your passing Uncle Peter. We did enjoy your emails and funny stories. We are glad you had time to write and issue your booklet about your life experiences. Your Sister Pat and all of us over here enjoyed reading it and finding out more of our family history. We hope that your family out there finds comfort in the happy memories they shared with you. We will miss those facetime calls especially at Christmas. Bless you and rest in peace. Nephew Nigel and wife Mandy Uk.May 30, 2021
Farewell Uncle PeterMay 31, 2021
You were always such a happy, upbeat and positive Uncle and you were always telling jokes whenever we spoke to you from the other side of the world.
So glad myself, Lee, Carley & Marcus got to visit you in Australia and loved it when you took me to see kangaroos in the wild.
You and your sister, Patricia, (my mum) were so close which was lovely especially after what you had both been through as children being evacuated.
Me and mum loved FT you and Carole, it was entertaining to say the least!!
Uncle Peter, you’ll be greatly missed by your UK family.
Rest in peace.
Niece Anita, Lee & family
Dear Carole and family,June 1, 2021
We are so sad to hear of
We send our love and condolences to each one of you.
Peter was a true gentleman and we were blessed to be neighbours and friends.
Happy memories will keep Peter always near.
Love Carmel and Cyril Henderson and family.
Dear Pete, Our friendship has spanned app. 35 years. We worked together on Melbournes Trains & Trams, we played golf often, you usually won but then you always did the scoring. We shared many dinner partys at each others homes. Your friendship was invaluable & you will be sadly missed, but the happy memories will stay. Your good friend Doug Law.June 6, 2021
Dear Pete you were the first person I met at ABB from that moment on you became a really good friend and support, not only at work but at home due to your infectious smile and fantastic nature. You will be sadly missed by Kath and myself . Our thoughts are with Carole and family at this time Kath & Graham MellodewJune 9, 2021
Pete, one of the more cherished memories of my childhood was heading off to cricket with you and my bicycle in the back of the wagon. While you played cricket I’d occupy myself on the cycling track and around the oval. That was 1974!
Humour was ever-present, nothing was ever too much trouble for you and you were was always around to chat to or lend a hand.
I was gutted to learn of your passing and i send every best wish to Carole, Rebecca, Matthew and extended family at this sad time.June 9, 2021
Thinking of you Carole and family at this sad time.June 9, 2021
Our beautiful friend Pete, with his great sense of fun and caring nature will be missed by many,
Much love to you all xx xxxxx
So pleased to have met you on Ancestry a few years ago. It was strange that we were both growing up in London only three years apart. Your Life Story was so interesting I shall treasure it always. Wish we could have met. Will always remember you.June 10, 2021
Love to all the family
So sad to hear of Peter’s passing. Thinking of his family that he was so proud of at this sad time.June 10, 2021
Peter was helpful as the unofficial, voluntary caretaker of the school. It was so good to have warm classrooms in the morning. Thinking of you all.
Thinking of you all at this sad time Carol, Rebecca, Mike, Cam, Pat and Charlotte. Lots of love, Kate & Peter xxJune 10, 2021
My deepest sympathy to Carole and family. Peter was like a guardian angel to me when I worked at Yinnar South. He watched out for me when I worked alone in the school and often provided me a treat that Carole had made. Peter would always help me in any way he could and many times did maintenance jobs for me and other staff members. I have many cherished memories of Peter, his warmth and friendship. Always ready to give a hug and have a chat whenever our paths crossed.June 18, 2021
May God hold you, Peter and keep you always, and may God comfort and support your family.