Obituary of Arthur H. Peel
After a lengthy illness, Arthur was surrounded by love and his family when he peacefully passed away at Hospice Niagara on Friday, January 14, 2022, at the age of 68. A loving and devoted single father of: Susan, Louise, Cherie, Rene and Bradley. Proud Papa to his nine grandchildren and one on the way! Dear brother of Denys and Sharon. Arthur has been reunited with his loyal and furry best friend London, also with his parents and many siblings.
Our family and friends will remember Dad as someone who knew how to have a good time. He enjoyed having a beer and creating fun with his kids. He loved listening to music, especially classic rock and roll and Johny Cash. Above all, he cherished every moment spent with his family; he was so proud of his children and grandchildren, he lived as long as he could for us. Words can’t even express how much we are going to miss him. A special thank you to the amazing staff of Hospice Niagara for their compassion and for going above and beyond caring for our father and family.
A private service and visitation will be held at Essentials Cremation and Burial Services, Niagara Falls, for family and close friends to attend. Cremation will follow. At a later time, our family will host a party, just as he would have wanted, for us to celebrate his life. As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations may be given to Hospice Niagara.
“Dad, all of your daughters will be forever grateful for your sacrifices, love, commitment and for being the most wonderful father. We love you forever.”
There are no upcoming public services scheduled or the service has occurred in the past.
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