Peter Knobel Obituary, Death – Peter Knobel has sadly passed away. Peter was born on  January 7th in  Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Pete earned his high school diploma from Washington High School, his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, and his master’s degree in business administration from Rockhurst University, all in the field of business administration. Pete is currently working as a business administrator. Pete had a prosperous career in printing and worked in a number of cities across the United States before ultimately rising through the ranks to become the Vice President of Publications at Banta.

As part of his responsibilities in this position, he oversaw the facility in Liberty, Missouri, in terms of its planning, construction, and day-to-day operations. Pete was confirmed as a member of the Episcopal Church in the year 1980, and throughout the course of his life, he has served in a variety of lay leadership capacities in a number of different capacities. During his time as a confirmed member of the Episcopal Church, Pete has also served in a number of different capacities. Pete moved into his dream home in the Northwoods in 2003, and ever since then, he has spent his time there grouse hunting, cycling, fishing, and paddling, all while maintaining a part-time job at Federal Express in Eagle River, Wisconsin.

In case you’re wondering, the dream home is in the Northwoods. In case you were wondering, the ideal house is located in the woods of northern Wisconsin. Pete’s parents, Elmer and Alice, as well as his son P. Randall and daughter Jennifer, all passed away before Pete did. Pete was the last surviving member of his family. He is survived by his wife Kathy, his children Mark (who is married to Elizabeth), Nicholas (who is married to Christine), Matthew, Erica (who is married to Andre), Ryan (who is married to Erika), Adam (who is married to Andrina), and Zachary (who is married to Lawren), as well as his brother Frederick and his 11 (soon to be 12) grandchildren: Matthew, Abigail, Addison, Hunter, Hanna, Willard, and Emerson. He also leaves behind