Peter Paul Giampaoli

Peter Paul Giampaoli

Peter Paul Giampaoli of Cape Ferrelo passed away unexpectedly on July 28, 2021. His last week we thought he was getting better. He was watching the fog drift in and out on the ocean from his hospital room, telling stories, laughing, and disputing facts. Then he was gone. Born in Chicago, September 4, 1946 early interests included working on cars, playing piano, and building models and rockets.

Peter worked as a Mechanical Engineer, Jeweler, Glass Maker, General Contractor and he sold antiques.

He became a pilot, and served on the Cape Ferrelo RFPD Board. Peter fished, foraged for mushrooms, and loved reading about politics, quantum mechanics, and cosmology.

He enjoyed challenging debates.

Peter is survived by his two beautiful children Peter and Lisa, sister Mary Ellen, nephew Tommy, cousin Nana (Diane Wittman), former wife Lucie La Bonte and many friends. Float on a cloud, drift with the wind, dance with the stars beautiful Peter.

We miss you and love you always.

Friends and family are invited to a celebration of life at the Capella by the Sea, Azalea Park, Friday, November 19 at 2:30 p.m.

To honor his views regarding COVID, attendees must be vaccinated and masked.

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