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Jonathan Lee Peck

July 17, 1975 ~ May 29, 2020 (age 44)


Jonathan Lee (Jon) Peck, 44, passed away Friday, May 29, 2020, at Osceola Regional Medical Center after a hard, courageous 12 year battle with Sarcoma.  He was born in Huntingdon, PA on July 17,1975, the son of Jeannie Jackson and Danny Peck. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Charles and Betty Brenneman and Harry and Olive Peck, a step-sister Amy Lynn Peck, an aunt Connie Spillman and an uncle David Brenneman. Surviving are his mother Jeannie (Herb) Jackson, his father Danny (Denise) Peck, his aunts Mary (Steve) Ewing and Betsy (Randy) Snyder, his uncles Charles (Martha) Brenneman and Philip (Mary) Brenneman, his loving wife Sherry whom he married November 28, 2007, step-daughters Emily (Matt) Padgett and Lindsay (Sean) Miller, his beloved grandchildren, Mackenzie Rae Dodson, Devon Terrence Padgett, Lucas Canon Miller and Lola James Kelly. Also surviving are his step-sisters Danaca Peck, Stephanie (Ben) Amato and Danielle (Bill) Lightner and many nieces, nephews and cousins whom he also loved very much. He will be missed by his favorite kitty, Baby Kitty, Sammy the ghost cat and his three little Shih Tzus, Remmy, Grady and Stella.

     Jon attended the Juanita Valley School system and graduated in 1993. He served in the National Guard as well as the Army Reserve. He worked for a number of years at U.S. Municipal Sign Shop and he retired as a Lieutenant from Smithfield State Correctional Institute. Jon was a member of the Jaffa Shrine Altoona and also a member of the patrol/director staff. He belonged to the Hollidaysburg Masonic Lodge #220 and a member of Alexandria Legion Post #520.  

     Jon was introduced to his wife by a mutual friend who stated “I have never met anyone that didn't like Jon” which was an incredibly bold statement that he lived up too. 

     Jon was the funniest guy you would ever meet, a kind and loving soul and a tremendous animal lover, especially cats. He enjoyed working with his hands and making things for his loved ones.

Memorial contributions can be made to the cattery of the Central Pennsylvania Humane Society. 

   A memorial service will be held later this year so his many friends and loved ones can gather and celebrate his life.

The family is being cared for by CONRAD AND THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION SERVICES 511 Emmett St. Kissimmee, FL 34741.


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