Obituary For Peter Grover
Peter L. Grover, 75, of Kingston, passed peacefully surrounded by family on September 2, 2021 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Plymouth after a recent illness.
Pete spent most of his life in Hanson and Halifax. He was born to Joseph and Ruth Grover on November 23, 1945. Pete was the only son of his loving parents and was surrounded by six doting sisters. He graduated from Whitman Hanson High School. He was a talented carpenter and mechanic and owned his own company, Peter Grover & Sons Carpentry.
He loved his Fords, his dogs, and country music. He was a master guitar player and played several local establishments. He was inducted into the Massachusetts Country Music Hall of Fame.
Pete tragically lost his only son, Peter “Petey” L. Grover, Jr. Following his loss, he grew close to his nephew Jason Beasley, and became like a father to him and countless others.
Pete left a lasting impact on several lives and will not be forgotten. Those he left behind will surely miss his good morning and good night posts on Facebook, as well as updates on the scores during every Red Sox game.
Pete is survived by his sisters Sue Stevens of CA, Meredith Weiss of Halifax, and Ruth Ann Tremblett of Halifax. He is survived by his nephew/son Jason Beasley, and his daughters Dallas, Dakota, Liberty, and Patience. He is also survived by his loving pet beagle Mya.
Pete was like a father to many and is survived by his “sons” Chris Bromley and Mark Simionetti. He was “Grampy” to their children Matthew, Mariah, Benjamin, Lilah, and Laila, Dillon, Xavier, Emilee, and Ryan. He is also survived by his step-son Nick Sanderson and his daughter Lily.
Pete is preceded in death by, and reunited with, his son Peter L. Grover, Jr., his parents Joseph V. B. and Ruth N. Grover, and his sisters Nancy Campbell, Sally Holland, and JoAnn Frazier.
Visiting hours will be held Monday, September 13th from 5pm to 8pm. All are welcome to attend.
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Cousin Pete. Many fond memories of family gatherings, your music .and your love of family. RIP we will miss you. Doug and Wendy Nickerson
Pete, We had some good time's in and out of Whitman Hanson. Good luck on your new journey . --Barry Wibben
Always friends no matter what .G ood times when going out listening to your country music yrs ago gonna miss the good mornings an good nites RIP my friend . Margie
Uncle Pete , one of the funniest times ever was when your brought your pet goat go the family party ! Love you and miss you !
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