Charles M. Peterson III
Charles (Charlie) Maxwell Peterson III, 53, of Erdenheim, PA died peacefully on Sunday, November 15 in his sleep due to heart failure.
He was born in Bryn Mawr, PA to the late loving Charles (Pete) Peterson, Jr. and the late Patricia (Patter) Peterson. He attended Avon Old Farms (’86) and Roanoke College (’91).
He is survived by his amazing children Charles Maxwell (Max) Peterson IV, and Avery Grace Peterson; brothers, Ted L Peterson (Elizabeth) of Ross, CA and Nicholas H Peterson (Heather) of Nassau, Bahamas; two nephews and three nieces.
He was a dedicated and loving father, brother and friend. He was actively involved in many local sports team communities including the Wissahickon Skating Club and the Springfield Spartans Lacrosse Club. He and his children are lifelong members of the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill.
Relatives and friends are invited to Charlie’s Memorial Service Saturday November 13, 4pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 22 E. Chestnut Hill Ave. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Charlie’s name may be made to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill – https://stpaulschestnuthill.org/giving/.
Rest In Peace Charlie, love you and will miss you very much.
RIP Charlie. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Love you my dear brother. Will see you again one day. J
I love you my dear friend and Brother. I will cherish the memories forever. See you on down the line. XOXO
Charlie, you were a great Dad and great, all-around, guy. Your passing is way too soon. You will truly be missed by the many people who were lucky enough to know you. You leave a void in the community that will be hard to fill. God bless you.
RIP my friend. Love you.
Hey there .. can we reconnect? This is all so sad.
Charlie, the Worrall family mourns your passing. Too young, too soon. God’s peace.
Dear Peterson family,
we are so saddened to hear of Charlie’s sudden passing. So young , he will be missed. RIP Charlie
Charlie, you will be missed. Nick and Teddy you are in our prayers
Oh Charlie .. those days in Chestnut Hill and Farmington/Avon. You, me, Jen and Grover … and Topher ..Those were the days you never forget. I wish I could’ve come back to Chestnut Hill to see you again. Much love you crazy dude.