Condolence: My sincere condolences to Cathy and her family with the loss of Peter. Both my parents lived in Holland near the city where he and his regiment were during the liberation of the 2nd World War in 1945. They spoke of this very often and were forever grateful to the Canadian soldiers that risked so much to save their lives.
Condolence: Very sorry to learn of Peter’s passing. We have been a personal and family friend of Peters for over 50 years. We worked together at Combustion Engineering from the early ‘70’s, until his retirement, golfed together for many years, and shared many good times in both business and personal functions. My sincerest condolences to Marie and the Comar family. He was a very special person and will be missed.
Condolence: Dear Family
It is a sad loss to all at the passing of Peter. I know none of you will know me but I worked with Peter at Combustion Engineering from early 70's to when he retired. I had the highest of respect for him. He was very active after his working life and I regret having lost touch but will always remember my value and respect for him as both a Superior and one of the best all round people one can associate with. Our prayers go out to all the family I know you will have opportunity to cherish great memories of a great man
Condolence: My most sincere condolences to the Comar family. I had the pleasure of providing service Peter for years with the Meals on Wheels program. He was such a kind and friendly man, always expressing his thanks for our programming that allowed him to stay in his home. I especially enjoyed his personal visits that he placed to our office to ensure he thanked us in person as well. He was a wonderful man.
So sorry to hear of Mr Comar's passing. I remember him when he was on the Welland Public Library Board. I have fond memories of working there with all your daughters. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Condolence: Dear Charlene and family - So sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. May all your wonderful memories help to keep him in your hearts forever.
Condolence: Dear Comar Ladies, I'm so sorry to hear of Mr. Comar's passing. I saw him at Mr. Blais's 90th party over a year ago. Then ran into both of them at Villa De Rose when I was visiting my aunts(pre-covid) Your dad was always such a kind man. My condolences.
Condolence: I Wish to Express My Sincere Loving Condolences to Dear Aunt Marie and Family. I Pray for Gods Loving Presence and His Abundant Grace to Comfort you and to Strengthen you and to Give you Peace During this Difficult time.
Now a Tribute to Dear Uncle Pete -- What has Always Stood Out the Most to me Uncle Pete was Your Love of Life and Your Concern for All People.
I Wish to Honor Your Life as a True Pillar of Society . A Great Blessing and a Hero in Putting Your Own Life on the Line in Defending Our Country and
Other Countries in the Second World War and I also Honor Your On Going Loving Contribution to Your Own Community throughout the years And Above All, I Honor You for Being Such a Great Inspiration to All People Everywhere, of Gods Sanctity of Your Loving Marriage Commitment to Aunt Marie in Your 74th Year Together And to Your Loving Commitment to Your Beautiful Family.
Thank you for Your Honorable Influence in Each One of Our Lives, in loving Memory , Your Niece, Marilla Reid (Nee Comar)