Peter James Cribbie passed away suddenly in Vancouver B.C. on Wednesday, July 1st, 2020. Age 21 years.
Beloved son of Bradley and Mary Cribbie. Loving brother of Kayla (Alex), and Bruce. Cherished uncle of Ayden and Landen. Loved grandson of Nancy Caverhill and Jean Cribbie. Fondly remembered by aunts and uncles; Ann (Paul), John (Lisa), Randy (Linda), and Terry (late Pauline). Sadly missed by his cousins; John (Shelly), Carolyn, Chris (Chelsey), Mike (Jessica), Melissa, Devon, Zenon, Curtis (April), Shaun, and his many friends.
Cremation has taken place.
A Celebration of Peter’s Life will take place at a later date.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to any outdoor or wildlife related charity would be appreciated by the family.
So sorry for your loss, he was such a nice guy. I went to college with him and we were both in the same program-Emily Kuzmich
I am very sorry for your loss. My thoughts are prayers are with Pete’s family and friends at this time. Pete was an amazing man, and he will never be replaced.
Fly High Skeet xo-Jade Allard
We were are so blessed to have had Peter come into our lives. His smile was contagious, he was always making us laugh and teaching us about the outdoors. A group of friends, here in BC, have named a very special place after him - Pete's Point. It's a beautiful lookout overseeing the Stellako River. A place he loved to be. He will be deeply missed and never forgotten. Our hearts are with you; we are send you love and peace. Xo-Stephanie Sutton and Derick Funk
My sincere condolences to your entire family during this very difficult time. I never did get to met you but my son Brandon Grant sure loved sharing his love of fish with you. He talked so much about you and enjoyed all the great times he spent with you. You were a good friend to him. May you Rest in Peace. 💙-roxanne grant
I am so sorry for your loss. I went to College with Pete and have some great memories with him. He is one of the most amazing people I have ever met, he welcomed and included everyone, he always made sure everyone was laughing and he could brighten a room just by smiling. He made the best chilli I have ever had for the Super Bowl, even though he said it was the first recipe off google! I will definitely miss him and I know the world is going to miss such a beautiful human being. My condolences.-Jessica Daze
Dear Jean and Family, Our sincerest condolences to you and your Family, thoughts and prayers for you at this difficult time. Ruth, Marg, Pauline,Claudine and June-Ruth Robinson
Bradley and Mary our deepest condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. Wanda Kett and Family.❤-Wanda Kett
From my family to yours (and all the friends who are grieving) our deepest condolences. I taught Peter in his grade 12 year and he was an absolute pleasure to know. His smile was infectious and his drive to do well inspired people around him. More importantly, he was a good person. The best!-Chris Chabot
Dear Cribbie family,
I’m writing on behalf of the Fleming College Fish and Wildlife program faculty to express our sincere condolences for the loss of Peter. Peter was well-known among the faculty. He was very interested in his studies and will be remembered at the school as an outgoing, confident and smiling young man.
Our condolences for this tragic loss.
Paul Ashley-Paul Ashley
We are so very sorry, to hear about your son. Very tragic. We are thinking of you all.
❤️ Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dear Brad, Mary, Bruce and Kayla,
What a light Peter was! His grade 2 smile feels so fresh in my memory. He touched so many and his determination was to be admired. Graham and I are thinking of you in this very difficult time.
Lisa and Graham Hatherley
I have so many great memories of my time spent teaching at Mactier, and Peter was one of those students that I will never forget. He was an absolute joy to teach. I was so happy to hear that he had taken his love of the outdoors and pursued it as his career. I will be making a donation to the summer camp that I grew up attending and working at in Peter's memory. Sending you much love and peace...-Sara Lake
Dear Cribbie family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Peter meant a lot to me and I couldn't bring myself to write this until now. Time can be healing I suppose.
Peter Cribbie, P2, Pete. I got to know Peter here out in BC a bit. He always had that wonderful smile on his face grinning ear to ear. We shared some great memories together hunting ducks and geese. These were some of my favorite times last fall and he will be missed. It is like a piece of my heart is gone some days. I will be thinking of both him and you guys while in the blind this fall.-Dan Larson