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Peter Hinteregger

15/05/1951 - 09/07/2022

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Obituary For Peter Hinteregger

May 15, 1951 – July 9, 2022

Peter Hinteregger of Sexsmith, AB., passed away from natural causes, peacefully, with friends and family by his side.

He is survived by his 4 children; Darren, Justin, Kyle, and Amanda, along with his 4 grandchildren; Caeden, Bradley, Aivley, and Jackson.

“OPI went nite nite”.

Donations can be made in his name to your local animal shelter.

There will be no service held at this time.

Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home 780 830 7742 bearcreekfuneral.com

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  • 08/13/2022

    From "brother-in-law" to brother as far as I was concerned. Peter was one of my favorite people on this planet. He always made time for me when he came to Vancouver and I always enjoyed any visit with him. A good, solid guy all the way. Really going to miss him. - Mitchell (LaPointe) Parsons

  • 07/31/2022

    Dad, I miss you. I will never not feel absolutely robbed now having lost you after finally finding our relationship together as father and daughter. No one can understand this pain, that being said....I know you're happy now. And I will see you again xxoo love always, your Egor

  • 07/14/2022

    Peter you were the other light in my life. We met in June of 1976 and became friendship soulmates. It was as if we had known each other forever from the first moment we met. Our debates about anything was my favourite thing to do with Peter. He also had an opinion about everything and believed he was right. We shared stories about our children. He was so proud of his children. He also made me laugh and was there whenever I needed him. He was one of the only friends I had that was truly loyal, trustworthy and I knew I could count on him for anything. He was a large part of our family and his loss is unmeasurable to us. I truly am sorry for the loss to his children and grandchildren. He was really a great man.

  • 07/13/2022

    I will love and miss you forever my dearest friend.

  • 07/12/2022

    I light this candle for Peter in hopes that he has found peace. He was a polarizing constant in my life from the day I was born. Sometimes unwelcome, but always loved. He challenged me, he confounded me, he supported me, and because of his blind stubbornness I expected him to live forever. I didn't realize I missed him until he was actually gone. Thank you for the fun childhood memories, the unconditional friendship with my parents, and taking care of my mother after my father passed. I'm sure the two of you are reunited and already talking airplanes and 3D printers. To Peters Family, I'm deeply sorry for your loss.

  • 07/12/2022

    I have no words to express how much your loss hurts. I have known you my whole life. You've been family forever, from the playdates, driving home from school through the field, through all my joyful moments and all my worst moments. You have supported me through everything. I cannot imagine life without you in it. You were a strong man when needed, and a gentle man through it all. I will think of you often, smile for you daily, and miss you for always. Thank you for being my friend through it all. I love you, and I'll see you and daddy on the other side. Love you Uncle, Stephanie Johnson (nee Smith)

  • 07/12/2022

    The first time we met Peter is when we were quadding up in the bush north of Gordeyville. He was on his quad and was only wearing pants, so we always referred to him as "Skin" We had a lot of fun with him after that around the campfires. We will truly miss him, he was always happy and full of stories.....till we meet again. Glen and Bonnie

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