Dennis Peterson


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Posted Online: March 27, 2013, 6:56 pm
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Dennis George Peterson, formerly of Moline, Muscatine, Iowa, and Auburn, Wash., lost his seven-year battle with cancer and passed away on March 11, 2013, in York, S.C., where he had resided for the last eight years.
Funeral services were conducted by Bratton Funeral Home, York. Burial was at Lakeview Memory Gardens Cemetery. Condolences can be sent to dancernme@mchsi.com.
He was born on July 15, 1945, to Carl W. Peterson and Mildred Banks Peterson.
Dennis was an Air Force veteran. He enjoyed ham radio, karaoke and antique radio restoration most of his adult life.
He is survived by his sister, Carol M. (Carl) Jamison, Moline, and the love of his life, Eloise Faris, York.














 



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