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Peter James Angus

Wednesday, July 31st, 1968 - Sunday, March 8th, 2020
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Peter James Angus of Plymouth, Massachusetts, formerly of Wellesley, age 51,

We are heartbroken to share the sad news that our beloved Peter passed away unexpectedly on March 8. Peter was born in Wellesley, Massachusetts to parents Paul and Harriet (Menides) Angus. Peter was a graduate of Wellesley High School - 1987. He received his B.A. in political science from Bridgewater State University. Peter was an Eagle Scout, an altar boy, a pitcher, and a camp counselor in his youth. He joined the Army National Guard, following in the footsteps of his older brother Paul, completing his service with the rank of Corporal. Peter worked for many years in finance, including positions at Graphic Express, Upromise, and most recently, Intuition in Jacksonville, FL. An avid Boston sports fan, Peter enjoyed following the local teams and engaging in lively conversations about them. Peter especially loved walks by the ocean with his partner Lee Wright and their two dogs, gardening, and travel to Greece. Peter leaves behind his two children Nathan and Nicholas Angus of Jacksonville, Florida, his partner Lee Wright and step-children Savannah and Noah of Plymouth, his sisters Wendy Angus of Maynard, Elisabeth Angus of Watertown, Paul Angus of Sweden, Penny Templeton of Plymouth, N.H., and Heather Angus of Lynn; his sisters-in-law Kelli Kirshtein, Rebecca Johnston, and Cecelia Hellman of Sweden; many nieces and nephews; cousins Sandy Kakes, John & George Curuby, and Georgia & John Menides. Peter is predeceased by his parents and his beloved brother John. Donations can be made in Peter’s name to a charity of your choice. A memorial service will be held at a later date.
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Katia Spiess

Posted at 06:13pm
Energy is never destroyed; it simply transfers from one thing to the next. May this tree embody your energy and your spirit. RIP Peter.
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Wendy Angus Posted at 01:44pm

Thank you so much,, Katia.

Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot

Posted at 04:30pm
We only met a few times, but my memories of those moments are deeply imprinted on me. Peter, the youngest brother of Wendy, my devoted colleague and co-pilot at Harvard for more than 35 years, would occasionally show up at his sister's office for a visit and I would stop by to say hello. I remember those encounters as sweet and tender. Peter James Angus was gorgeous, incredibly handsome, but he seemed to carry his good looks casually; without pretense or posturing. He was a gentle, generous man, other-regarding and curious about the world, quietly probing. He asked questions and then listened attentively, deeply. What I remember most was his closeness to his family...his stories about his growing boys, his chatter about sports with his sister, his understated pride in his work, his love of his siblings, a family intimacy and togetherness that endured and ripened as they all got older. It is shattering and devastating to know that Peter was taken from us much too soon and painful to see the loss and anguish his family must now endure. But Peter's spirit and vitality, his generosity and his grace will live on forever. Go in peace Brother Peter. Traveling Mercies Beautiful Man.

Wendy Angus Posted at 06:33pm

A beautiful and loving remembrance of our dear brother,Peter-thank you so much, Sara. We are deeply grateful.

Wendy Angus

Posted at 03:23pm
My dearest dear brother, Peter--I am heartbroken. You did not deserve the pain and suffering you endured. How I wish i had one more phone call, one more visit, one more laugh with you. Alas, we will have to navigate our journey sans your gentle spirit and soul. You were a fighter, enduring far more than most ever could, even as your body and spirit were diminishing. I will forever remember that smile, those Greek god looks, the essence of you. Godspeed dear brother-I will miss and love you forever.
I would also like to share this reflection-
I am in mourning. There is a pandemic. Where and how do we grieve when we are being asked to “social distance,” to keep 6 feet apart? Not to hug, or kiss, or even touch a hand. We are being warned not to gather anywhere. Churches, synagogues, mosques are shuttering. Children are home from school. What do we do then, those of us who are grieving a loved one? We light candles, we sing songs and chant prayers, we share favorite memories from childhood, from yesterday, post broken heart emojis, exchange photos, videos over texts and email, across oceans, travel the digital highway. We share the last words we heard from our loved one: “Sis, I got this…sis, I’ll call you…I love you, sis.” Words we will never ever hear again, just echoing in our heads, on an endless loop, or if we were lucky enough, on saved voice mails. All this while we rush to get our favorite foods and toiletries, standing in long lines, watching dire predictions of contagion, listening to public officials asking us to do our part to flatten the curve. Things we think we can’t live without. Things. Quickly shutting our doors and windows, closing ourselves off from friends, colleagues, neighbors, loved ones. The world is spinning, stocking, hiding, fearing. While we mourn, while we grieve. Our loved one. Disoriented. As my heart breaks and worries and fears, I think of my mother who taught us about beauty—about the vastness of the ocean from the beach in Wellfleet, about the pansies in the windowsill, about planting the bulbs in the earth. I think of how she painted beauty on canvases and taught us how to look for beauty in nature, in others, and never ever to be careless with another person’s heart. I will hold those reminders close to my heart in these next days, weeks, months, uncertain hours ahead. Oceans, flowers pushing up from the earth, pictures, words,♥️

Kelli Kirshtein

Posted at 12:03pm
I met Peter when he was a mostly angelic 12 year old and have been his beloved SIL for more years than I can count. He counted me a sister, and I counted him a brother. His tenderness with his siblings, parents, children--everyone in his orbit, is what I will remember the most about him. I remember shedding a tear of pride at his Eagle Scout ceremony, his high school graduation, his wedding, in the hospital when he and Jen fought to ensure a healthy entrance for their first son, Nate....and I shed more than a tear of heartbreak saying goodbye to this sweet man last Sunday, near his bed in the ICU. Peter never arrived without a flower or a tree or at the very least, some gardening advice, and he never met a beach he didn't savor. He loved our neurotic dogs. He was so incredibly generous with his nephews, whom he adored. I will always remember how incredibly proud he was of his sons, about whom he thought of and talked about at every conversation. I wish so hard that there was more time with him. Sail free, Peter. I will always love and miss you. Kelli

Wendy Angus Posted at 06:34pm

Kelli, i know that Peter ALWAYS thought of you as his sister.

Lis Angus

Posted at 09:03pm
Peter, my brother, you will never be forgotten. Love, Lis

Wendy Angus Posted at 06:36pm

I loved the way Peter called you Elisabeth. I know he loved you and thought you were really funny.

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