George Pete Livingston

Died: Thu., Nov. 8, 2018


Visitation

11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Sun., Nov. 11, 2018
Location: Jones & Kirby Funeral and Cremation Service


Funeral Service

3:00 PM Sun., Nov. 11, 2018
Location: Jones & Kirby Funeral and Cremation Service


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George W. Pete Livingston Jr. 58, of Providence passed away in an accident in Indiana.  He is the son of the late George W. Livingston Sr. He is survived by his mother Eliza (Hammonds) Livingston of Providence, sister Judith Marie Livingston of Chicago, IL, sister Michele Irene Livingston of Providence, and many friends.  Visitation will be from 11am to 3pm Sunday November 11th with services at 3pm in the Chapel of Jones Kirby Funeral Home with cremation to follow.

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Tammi (Woods) & Tony Ecklund
   Posted Thu November 08, 2018
Its not how long your on this earth that matters, its how you portray yourself and live while your here! Pete was loved by everyone he met, and lived life to the fullest...... I'm guessing George had a project up there that he really needed help with?... Our sincere condolences to Eliza, Judy & Michelle!
Love Tammi & Tony

Brenda mcmican
   Posted Fri November 09, 2018
Pete was a very good and kind person he will be missed .Eliza your our in my prayers and so is rest of your family.may God wrap his arms around you and comfort you.

Glenda Kannaday
   Posted Fri November 09, 2018
So very sorry for your loss nothing will take away the pain of losing a loved one. I will be praying for you all. Love, Glenda

Donna Morris
   Posted Fri November 09, 2018

Spathiphyllum was sent by Donna Morris.

I am so sorry for your lost, Pete will be missed. Love, Donna Morris


Melissa T McGowan
   Posted Fri November 09, 2018
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; love leaves memories no one can steal."
My heart breaks for all of you. You will be in our prayers.
Love,
Melissa McGowan & Family

Vincent poliszczuk
   Posted Fri November 09, 2018
Pete,what can you say gear head,great guy,
Known by many love by all. City raised country
By birth, a Roscoe orginal. hearts are heavy,
We pray for the family! we are all very sorry

Kevin Morris
   Posted Fri November 09, 2018

Expression of Love Easel was sent by Kevin Morris.

Deepest Condolences to the Livingston Family! Pete will deeply be missed! He was like my brother growing up and your entire family, my second family! Best childhood memories I will always cherish. Love, Kevin & Diane Morris & Family


Alisha Poe
   Posted Sat November 10, 2018

Spathiphyllum was sent by Blondie .


Jonathan Dickey
   Posted Sat November 10, 2018

Tropical Dish Garden with Fresh Flowers was sent by Jon Dickey and family .


Chuck Poliszczuk
   Posted Sat November 10, 2018
Pete is one of those great people you will never forget, he was always making people laugh, he was quick witted, and improved the lives of the people around him. Pete lives on in our hearts now and forever. God Speed!!!
Wishing the Family well.
Chuck

Bob Mussen
   Posted Mon November 12, 2018
Eliza and Family. You have my deepest condolences and prayers. Me and Pete meet at Schurz H.S and we immediately became friends through our love and interest of cars and motorcycles. Throughout the 40 + years he is and was the only person and friend that I have stayed in contact with from that High School and graduating class of 1978. Of course through that friendship I developed with Pete and our interests a lot of new friends and people came in my lives which I still have today from your days when you guys lived on Hamilton ave. We had some great times be it in the garage with him and George,cruising around in his ElCamino or my Camaro, our Kaw's when we had our bikes,the drag strip and the street, and when we became drinking age and maybe a little before (wink) going to bars and when we all hung out at the Trey's on weekends back in the day and playing pool,often times we would meet up and go to Chris's Billiards on Milwaukee and play for couple ours.We usually spoke around the Holidays and with the upcoming I will miss our talks and texts between us. Godspeed buddy and keep it between the ditches. You will be missed.

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