January 1, 1970 ~ December 30, 2000
Peterson, Giselle L. (102 years) ,a 92 year resident of Los Angeles including 33 years as resident of Skyline Mobile Home Park in Torrance , passed away on Saturday, December 30, 2000 at home. She was born in Kansas on January 5, 1898. Mrs Peterson worked for Bullocks in their corporate offices for 25 years. Giselle was preceded in death by her husband, Edgar, in 1986 and is survived by Daughter, Marjorie Peterson and son, Robert (Ada Belle)Peterson both of Torrance. Two Grandchildren, four Great Grandchildren and two Great Great Grandchildren. Funeral services will be 1:00 PM Thursday, January 4, 2001 at the White & Day Colonial Mortuary in Redondo Beach. Entombment will follow at Green Hills Memorial Park, Rancho Palos Verdes.
Dear Ada Belle, Bob and Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you. She was blessed with an extraordinary life and family and will be missed by all. My Love to All, Peggy
She was a great hostess and a fun bridge player. I always enjoyed her stories about her youth and the changes in the world. An enjoyable lady.
Robert and Ada Belle, Our thoughts are with you at the loss of your mother. She was an extraordinary woman and example of living. I will always remember being at her 100th birthday party. Love, Candy, Bill and family
What a great lady. She came in with the horse and buggy and went out on the internet. And an amazing life in the middle. We didn\’t see her often, but we will miss her presence. We enjoyed trips to visit her and it was special for our children, Tina and Scott, to meet their great-great aunt and uncle. And we\’ll always remember the fishing poles cut from her backyard.
Bob and Ada Belle, Thank you for sending us the memorial about your Mother. It made us feel part of things and we enjoyed reading about her wonderful life. It is apparrent what a wonderful person she was and how much she will be missed. It also made me curious about the other Peterson\’s of California. If it all possible, please send us pictures of your family. With sincere condolences to you, Joel and Sherrie