Peter

January 18, 1961 ~ August 20, 2020

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Rochester, NY

Peter Rendsland

Rochester:  August 20, 2020 at age 59 went home to be with his parents, Wilbur and Irma; sister, Janet Quetchenbach.  Survived by his loving daughter, Nicole Reagan; step-daughter, Marissa Reagan; grandchildren, Anthony, Vanessa, Edward and Peter; siblings, Gary, Terry, Gene, Sandra, Susan and Alice; many loving family and dear friends.

Peter’s visitation will be held Tuesday, August 25th 10-12 NOON at Vay-Schleich & Meeson 1075 Long Pond Rd., where his prayer service will follow at 12 Noon.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to VVA (www.vva.org) in his memory.  For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

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  1. So sorry for your loss, my heart goes out to the family. Peter always made me laugh. Peace be with you.
    Love Brenda

  2. My Dearest Sweet Chubbs,

    I will forever miss you and cherish our memories. Say hi to Dad, and give Mom a kiss for me. Love you always ❤️

    Chubbs

  3. Peter,
    To my second last baby brother. Many good memories from when we were kids. You were quiet as a toddler, but always had that sneaky smile. Your grandson is the image of you. He even walks that walk with his hands in his pockets like you did. When you realized you could make people laugh, and you could deliver jokes to make them tear up, you never stopped. Boy could you do Curly of the 3 Stooges. You could have been his stand in. Also, when I started calling you the Mayor of York St. never knew the name would stick. But you would know everything about everyone. Geesh, I swear you missed your calling. Should have been in politics with your gift of story telling or as a comedian and your great joke telling. Those were your gifts from God, to make people laugh. I remember people telling me about you driving Lyell Ave. I could see you doing that like a politician and doing the wave. Christmas times you always wanted to make sure Santa gave you a rifle too or a tank, soldiers, same as the big boys. Many good times. You made your life and it shows, the people who came out to honor you at your funeral. For the last time, like the Waltons, I will say Good Night to you and I love you too, like all of you did every night. Don’t recall who started first, but one by one, each of you would tell me Good Night Sandy, I love you Sandy, and I answered each of you till all of you said good night. I am sure mom and dad loved hearing that if they were listening in. So for the last time, Brother Peter, Good Night, and I love you too.
    Love to you,
    Your oldest sister,
    Sandy
    May God keep you in his arms, with sis, Jan, Mom and Dad, and all the other family members. Keep them laughing up there.

  4. Nicole and Marissa, I’m so sorry that Daddy has left us at such a young age. Just be proud of him, for helping me raise to Beautiful ladies. He was always there for you 2, did everything he could do so you had everything you needed. He was a great Gandfather, to your children. He cherished them like he did your girls. I’m glad that Dad and I were able to stay friends through the years. He was very loved by alot of us. Rest easy Pete, miss you and love you.

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