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MESSAGE: (#602659) Dale George Peters
DATE: 6/26/2016 at 17:09:25
Dale Peters, age 65, of Lake Park, died on June 21, 2016. Memorial services
will be 11:00 Monday at the First Presbyterian Church in Spirit Lake.
Visitation will be 3-5 pm Sunday at the Schubert-Lentz Funeral Home in Spirit
Dale George Peters, the son of Darrell and Berneice [sic] (Appeldorn) Peters,
was born on December 23, 1950 in Paullina, Iowa. He graduated from Paullina
High School in 1968 [sic- should be 1969] and received his bachelors degree
from Huron State College in 1973. He had worked as an insurance salesman for
Life Investors and the last 20 years Dale had bartended and gardened for
people. He was member of the First Presbyterian Church. Dale enjoyed fishing,
hunting, golfing and being with his friends and family.
Left to cherish Dale's memory are his daughters, Ashley Fricton and her
husband of Oscalo, Fl, and Amy Schodrow of Bloomfield, Co; three
grandchildren, Makenzie Fricton, Tyler and Nicole Schodrow; his partner, Fran
Chalfonte of Lake Park; and a sister Mary Jo Jensen of Tucson, AZ. He was
preceded in death by his parents
Crash Takes Life Of Lake Park Man
Date posted - June 22, 2016
Montgomery, Iowa A Lake Park man has died after a crash was discovered early
on Tuesday morning.
The Dickinson County Sheriffs Office reports that just before 6:00 AM, their
call center received a report of a vehicle partially submerged in water in the
1100-block of 190th Avenue, north of Montgomery in Diamond Lake Township.
After deputies determined the owner of the vehicle was not at home, a search
was conducted in the waters around the vehicle where rescuers discovered the
body of 65-year-old Dale Peters of Lake Park deceased near the vehicle.
The Sheriffs Office says it is believed that Peters lost control of his
vehicle on the gravel road and it entered the west ditch and rolled once. The
vehicle, a gray 2004 Jeep Cherokee owned by Peters, was a total loss.
The Dickinson County Sheriffs Office says the Lake Park Rescue crew, Lake
Park Fire Department, the Arnolds Park/Okoboji Dive Team, Lakes Regional
Healthcare Ambulance crew, the Iowa State Patrol, Dickinson County Emergency
Management, and the Dickinson County Communications Center assisted them with
They say the accident remains under investigation.
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