Gordon Peter Magyar (July 07, 1947 - September 21, 2008)

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Gordon Peter Magyar
  • July 07, 1947
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  • September 21, 2008

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Pete was born in Owosso, Michigan to Gordon and Francis Magyar. He served in the US Army. Peter was a avid artist and loved sports especially football, hockey and fishing. As a young man he enjoyed camping with the Boy Scouts. He also enjoyed history and visiting museums wherever he happened to be. 2:00 PM Saturday, October 18 at 618 Goodwin Avenue New Smyrna Beach. Cremation by Baldwin Brothers Cremation Service.

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  1. Richard Magyar says:
    17 Oct 2008
    Aloha my brother. I know you are in a better place now but i will miss the days we spent hiking and fishing back in oregon.this was the best time for you and me over the years as vwe were apart most of the time but you will always be in my heart and i do miss you and mom and dad.will will always say a prayer when my family gets together here in hawaii. miss you more than you will know . your borther richard

  2. Timothy Morrissey says:
    01 Oct 2008
    It has been my privilege to have known Pete, I miss him now, but will see him again someday in heaven!

  3. Bill Fleming says:
    23 Sep 2008
    "Radar Love my good friend!"

    "Fat Freddy"

  4. Susan says:
    22 Sep 2008
    Pete was Mom & Dad's (Mickey & Charlie) "adopted son" and over the last few years very few family get togethers didn't include Pete. He will be missed.

  5. Wm Fleming (Fat Freddy) says:
    22 Sep 2008
    A dear friend and part of our life has moved on to better things. I know we will miss him for he was one of a kind. The Mad Hungarian was not one for fluff and flowers, although some of his art gave an inkling of his softer side. Gordo was one who grew on you and once befriended you it was forever. You couln't ask for a better side-kick. We all will tell tales of debauchery, mayhem, and just plain "Party Hardy" moments. Pete would get serious and produce some fine artwork and if you were a friend in need, he would do the best he could to help. Gordon P. Magyar will be remember by many names (Gordo, Mad Hungarian, ...) but friend is the the name that will make me get misty.

    Charlie & Mikey, I salute you for being there for Pete and taking care of him in his last days. You guys are golden in my book and if you are Christian, you will be blessed for being a friend and your kindness. Thank you for being there for Pete.

    William (Bill) Fleming
    a.k.a. "Fat Freddy"

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