Terry Peterson

Posted Online: March 06, 2013, 7:16 pm
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Terry Lynn Peterson, 54, died Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, with his family by his side, at Genesis East Hospital, Davenport, following cardiac complication.
He was born Sept. 16, 1958, in Moline. He was a beloved son of Larry and Jeanette Archer Peterson.
Survivors include his daughter, Holly Lynn, LeClaire; sons, Victory Eugene, Davenport, and Brian Adam, Coyne Center; seven grandchildren; his mother, Jeanette Hicks, Moline; brother, Tim Peterson, Colorado Springs, Colo.; sister, Bobbie Evans, Barstow, Calif.; and grandmother, Ruth Casel, Moline. His father preceded him in death.
A special thanks to the staff at Genesis East hospital of Davenport and to all the folks at Runge Mortuary and Crematory for all your loving care and support.
A private memorial service took place in Moline on Feb. 2 to celebrate his life.


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