Guestbook entries for Peter Pavlich

Christine Darcy
Just not ready to give you up, Uncle Pete. You never chose sides, and had positive words for everyone. Like wine, you only got better and better with age. You were my "go to guy" and I will miss you every single day.

Pat (Maleski) Wiggers
To all the Pavlich Families, Sending my most heartfelt prayers and thoughts to you. I got to know your uncle many years ago when I worked at the bakery/restaurant he shared with Elma during my high school summer vacations. He was always a delight to talk with anytime I would run into him. May your memories with him bring you much comfort during this time. Patty Wiggers

Bill Hunt/Sandy Kaminski
So sorry to hear of Pete's passing. He was a friend of the Hunt's family for a long time. We always called him "Hundred dollar Pete" as he always paid with $100.00 bills, back when he was repairing tractors. He stopped many times, just to see how we were doing. We will miss his visits. Bill Hunt and Sandy Kaminki In Hesperia

JoAnn Beechnau
Dear Kathy, Chris, Ron and families I am really going to miss your Uncle Pete. I loved teasing him and watching him blush. He was one of my favorite people. I rarely saw him without giving him a hug and picking on him. Many were blessed to call him friend and you were blessed to call him Uncle. He loved all of you. Thank you for sharing your sweet Uncle with me.

He was a one of a kind guy. Ww lived across the street for 10 years. You couldn't ask for a better neighbor. He would always help you when you needed him. Always had a kind word to say. He will be greatly missed. George & Donna Grill

Kathy (Pavlich) Haase
We miss you already Uncle Pete. You are loved more than you know. You were were a good person.

Don & Dee Swanson
Pete was agood friend to all who knew him. He always got the good looking girls when we were growing up. He always drove abig car and took excellent care of them. We ate lunch together at the Roundtable almost everyday. He will be missed immensely by everyone around Ravenna. I don't think he had an enemy in the world. Heaven will enjoy our friend "PETE" Don & Dee Swanson

Abe Langworthy and Ramona
Pete was a good friend for many years. He came to visit almost everyday to visit and eat with us. He always wanted to help in anyway he could, he even came over to see if he could help me the evening before he passed away. He was a very good friend and will be missed very much. Abe Langworthy and Ramona

Diane (Pavlich) Stroud
Uncle Pete was my dad's baby brother. After my dad died in 1998 we lost touch with him, as we live in Saginaw. When I look at his picture and read his obituary I remember what a sweet and caring man he was. I will always remember when I was younger the time spent at his house when he owned the restaurant. He always made me feel like a "queen" giving me anything I wanted. I am sure that the three Pavlich boys are in heaven having a good ole time.