He went on to Stanford Law, then at the University of Washington finished his law degree in 1956. Pete practiced law at Foster, Pepper & Riviera, became a partner, then turned to establish his own practice from 1979 until retiring.
Away from the office, Pete was busy in volunteer work with the Boy Scouts, the Lake Heights Community Club (as president), the Queen City Yacht Club, and the International Power Boat Association. He practiced law pro bono for people in need.
Pete died April 24, 2021, leaving his former wife, Kathryn, and their children, Chris, Sarah, and Scott. To them the class offers its condolences.