Robert A. Peck Obituary, Devoted Firefighter/Policeman At The Quaker Springs Volunteer Fire Department Has Sadly Passed Away – Death – The world obits


Robert A. Peck Obituary, Death – In a solemn manner, the Quaker Springs Volunteer Fire Department conveys the news of the passing of Robert A. Peck, a highly respected former firefighter and fire policeman. The unwavering commitment and extended service that Bob has provided as a member of the firefighting family have left an indelible mark on the community of Quaker Springs.

In order to demonstrate his dedication to ensuring the well-being of the community, Bob Peck has served as a dedicated member of the Fire Police for a considerable amount of time. His unflinching spirit and selfless service for the residents he served won him the affection of his coworkers as well as the residents he served. All of the members of the Quaker Springs Fire Department have come together to pay their respects to their fallen comrade in order to honor his memory and the contributions he made.

This coming Sunday, at 1:45 p.m., the wake for Bob Peck will begin at the Clifton Park Center Baptist Church which is located in Clifton Park. The passing of Bob Peck has left a profound impact on the Quaker Springs Fire Department, and his absence will be keenly felt by all members of the department. His legacy of bravery, commitment, and camaraderie will continue to inspire members of the firefighting fraternity, both those who are currently serving and those who will join in the future.

As members of the Quaker Springs community come together to celebrate the life and service of Robert A. Peck, the Quaker Springs Fire Department would like to express its most heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and anyone else who had the honor of knowing and working alongside this remarkable individual. Quaker Springs is remembering Bob Peck and honoring his legacy as a firefighter.