Mr. Peter G. Fluckiger, 54, died April 17th, at his residence. There will be no services at this time.
Peter was born April 19th, 1968, in Watertown, the son of Joseph and Patricia Gillot Fluckiger. He attended area schools.
He was an Independent Contractor for years in the area.
Peter enjoyed scubadiving, gardening, woodworking, hunting, and gaming.
Surviving is one son, Daniel; one sister, Mary Fish of Dexter; one brother, Joseph (Simone) Fluckiger II of LaFargeville; nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his father Joseph, who died July 2013, 2022, and his mother, Patricia, who died December 17th, 2022.
Condolences to the family.
We used to hang out as kids growing up and went our separate ways later on in high school. Saw you occasionally and we always picked up where we left off. Rest easy my friend.
Rest Easy Pete. It seems like yesterday that we were just kids tearing up L.A.
Clark and Mary, you are in our prayers!
to family of pete flukinger sorry for ur loss he was a good man GOD BLESS U ALL
Will never forget the times in cub scouts with you and your dad. Snowmobiling with Walt and you in the back fields and sitting with you on the bus to school. Lost contact with you after high school. Clark and Mary you are in our prayers.
My heart breaks. We met in kindergarten and you were my square dancing partner in gym class so many times. Always genuine.
You will be missed.
Peter and I used to ride the same bus he was in to photography during junior high and he took a picture I still treasure with Sandy Manning GArceau. Pete was a good guy. Saw him last at our 30 th class reunion. Still the same good hearted guy. Rest In Peace Peter.
To Pete’s family. I have fond memories of Pete. He was quick with a smile and always kind to me. His loss will be felt for years to come. I am so sorry for your loss.
My sincere condolences to your family. May the fondest of memories help you during this time in ones life.
My condolences, Peter will truly be missed by all who knew his sweet soul. Peter, you were Quite the character and will be remembered for all time~ <3 Til we meet again my friend.
I also rode the bus with pete and clark
I only seen pete once since we graduated and he hadnt changed a bit still happy go lucky.Had alot of fun with pete back in the day
Rest in peace
Our condolences to Pete’s family. ♥️♥️ Scott and Terri VanAlstyne
I am so sorry to hear of Pete’s passing! I was one of his teachers at LCS and enjoyed his antics immensely! Not only a student, but a neighbor and good friend. Pete really didn’t like being in school, but tolerated it well. His preference was to always be outdoors, involved in his many “more interesting” activities. I enjoyed his bubbly personality, sprinkled with good humor and mischievous surprises, like the day he quietly released a small green grass snake on the floor of our US History classroom!Hard to concentrate on the lesson when the little critter was causing screaming havoc with the girls in class. I will miss Pete and his enjoyment of life. Another good man passing too early! You were special, my friend!
Walt & Cathy Perry
Clark & Mary, Sorry to hear of Pete’s passing. Will always remember all of you growing up near us. Had Pete in cub scouts. We will always have fond memories of our meetings and outings.
Peter you will be missed by so many people including me. We always got along great in high school. My prayers to your survivors. Peace friend.
My sympathy to all of Pete’s family.
Duane & Cindy Hazelton
Pete was a talented man. He would never hesitate to help someone. A kind man who left too soon.