In Memory

Peter Navarrette

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04/25/11 09:06 AM #1    

Joanie Hyler (PGHSAA Representative)

Monterey Peninsula Herald, CA June 19, 1991 p4

Peter Larez Navarrette, 37, of Pacific Grove, who was involved in local theater, died of complications of diabetes on Saturday at Natividad Medical center. Mr. Navarrette was born in Midland, Texas, on Aug. 1, 1953. He lived in Pacific Grove for 21 years and was a graduate of Pacific Grove High School/Community High School. He served in the Army from 1974 to 1976 and attended Monterey Peninsula College. Mr. Navarrette directed and acted in a number of local theatrical productions and did stand-up comedy in San Francisco and Monterey. In 1984 ye directed and starred in Sam Sheppard’s “Tooth of Crime,” a rarely attempted rock-musical-drama, which was the only play to be presented at The Club in Monterey. He directed Harold Pinter’s “Hothouse” at Monterey Peninsula College’s S.R.O. Theater in 1985. He is survived by his mother, Elisa Larez of Pacific Grove, and two brothers, Michael of San Francisco and Marco of Pacific Grove. Memorial services will be held at noon on June 30 at Lovers Point. The Paul Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. The family suggests that any memorial contributions be sent to Natividad Medical Center’s intensive care unit.

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