We lost another love to depression. Depression is real; take care. So many are broken, but we have Hope!
Peter Keltz came into my life on a professional level in 2010. Two young men approached me, one was Peter Keltz. They asked me to help navigate the process of bringing a skatepark to Plainview. Along with others, they did!
In the five years it took to deliver, Peter proved to be a strong leader. His dedication to the project for the future of skateboarding for his peers and those youth who would follow was deep.
Peter was loved. He was a leader. He had strong convictions. He was creative; oh, my, was he ever gifted. I truly considered him a friend.
In Loving Memory of Peter ...
Sites around mid-town are looked at for the skatepark location recommendation. Pictured are Peter, Cody, Rusty (parks superintendent), and Jennifer King, a community representative.
The group looks at design possibilities they recommended to Spohn Ranch, the park contractors.
A dream realized!
I loved to watch Peter skateboard. His style exuded freedom. What a beautiful soul that will be missed here.