William C. Peters

November 19, 1927, January 02, 2019

William C. Peters

William C. Peters, 91, of Beaumont, died Wednesday, January 2, 2019. He was born on November 19, 1927, to Erma Hembree Peters and William Alfred Peters, in Galena, Missouri. William was a United States Army veteran having served in World War II. He was a former computer programmer for thirty-eight years at Dupont and served as an encoder for the USPS. William was a wonderful husband and father.

Survivors include his wife of seventy-years, Beatrice Peters; daughter, Nancy “Beth” Elizabeth Beck of Canada; and grandson, Scott Simon.

He is preceded in death by a daughter, BeBe Lorraine Heron.

A family committal was held at Broussard’s Crematorium under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.

Comments (5)

  • Elizabeth Beck

    07 January 2019 at 17:27 | #

    My Dad was a profound influence in my life in so many ways. I recognize his presence on a daily basis in my thoughts as well as in my personality. His love and strong guidance helped create the woman I am today and I am proud and grateful to have had him as my father. I miss him so much already but know that he lived a very full life and is no longer in pain or frustration. It is also a great comfort to know he is now with my sister Bebe who left this world in 2013. May their spirits soar together forever in God's pure love.


  • William Caudill

    05 January 2019 at 15:38 | #

    Bea and Beth, I was so sorry to hear that Bill has passed. I have nothing but fond memories of him. He has touched many people’s hearts over the years and will truly be missed by all. Best wishes to all not only at this sad time, but always. Bill Caudill (Billy)


  • Cesily Cormier

    05 January 2019 at 14:00 | #

    Mrs Peters,
    I am so very sorry for your loss. Mr Peters was always so kind and had some great stories. He will be missed. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


  • Julianna Lange

    05 January 2019 at 03:22 | #

    Mrs Peters we are all saddened by the loss of Mr P. We worked together at the Remote Encoding Center (REC). He was such a joy to work with and I feel very privileged to have known him. He has been in my thoughts a lot the past few days. And I just found out today that we’ve lost him. I know you must be feeling devastated without him and I’m so sorry for your loss. He touch many lives and will be greatly missed.


  • Becky Clayton

    03 January 2019 at 22:48 | #

    Dearest Bea, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Bill was as bright as a star and as unique as the snowflakes. We will miss him.


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