Funeral For:  Peter Wolfe 
Funeral Date: December 6, 2023 
Peter Wolfe, 81, of Gladstone formerly of Niverville and La Salle, passed away Friday, December 1st at Third Crossing Manor. He is survived by his wife Katherine, 1 daughter, 1 son, 2 sisters, 3 brothers, and their families. He was predeceased by 3 sisters and 3 brothers. 
The funeral service for Peter Wolfe will be held Wednesday, December 6th at 2pm at Old Colony Mennonite Church, Chortitz with burial at the church cemetery. 
Viewing will be at Clarke’s Funeral Home, Gladstone Tuesday, December 5th from 2 to 4pm and at the church prior to the service. 
Donations may be made to Alzheimer Society of Manitoba. 
Arrangements by Clarke’s Funeral Home, Gladstone.  

Peter Wolfe died peacefully with family by his side the evening of December 1, 2023.
Dad is predeceased by his parents, Aaron and Sarah and stepfather Abe Friesen; sisters, Maria, Anna, Sarah, and Helena; brothers, Abe, Aaron and Pete (his nephew, but more like a brother).
Leaving to mourn are his wife, Kathy, children, Paul, Rose (Gord); grandchildren Paul Jr (Amanda), Mandy, Austin and Graeme; great grandchild, Jasmine; sisters, Betty and Susan (Abe); brothers, Johan (Agatha) Jake, Ike (Kathy), along with many other family members and close friends.
Dad was born on August 28, 1942 in Cuauhtemoc, Mexico. He immigrated to Canada in 1954. He married Kathy on July 14, 1963. His first child, Paul arrived in 1964, followed by his daughter Rose in 1966. He was blessed with 4 grandchildren - first Paul Jr in 1990, Mandy in 1992, Austin in 1995 and finally Graeme in 2005. Jasmine arrived in 2011, making him a great grandpa.
He loved his grandkids with all his heart and he enjoyed every minute spent with them - whether joking around or teasing them, playing games or going fishing. They will miss him dearly.

Dad was often found with a hammer or wrench in his rough and calloused hands. He loved to work with his hands and would often be building a garage, shed or deck - for himself or helping someone else.
He loved cars and was regularly tinkering on one car or another - to help someone out or to fix up and sell for himself.
He was a man of few words and had a common sense way about him that put people at ease. He loved fully and deeply - even if he sometimes had a hard time showing it.
We will all miss him so much, but know he is in a better place - on a boat and catching a great big fish!