Daniel R. Peach

Dan Peach, 61, of Overland Park, KS, passed away on June 4th, 2017.  He was born on December 7th, 1955 in Newton, MA to Ralph and Carol Peach.  Dan worked for Xerox for 30 years.  He enjoyed shooting and fishing in his spare time.  He was married to his loving wife, Susan, for 40 years.  Dan was preceded in death by his father.  Survivors include his wife, Susan Peach; mother, Carol Peach; two sons, Jon and Paul Peach; two sisters, Karen (Kevin) Donahue and Suzanne Peach; and brother, Scott Peach. 

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Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Tuesday, Jun. 6th 2017 | 12 Comments »

12 Comments on “Daniel R. Peach”

  1. Edward A McGuire Says:

    SHOCKED and Saddened. I just talked to you FRIDAY about your retiring from Xerox after 30 years. You wanted to wait until 62. You know we clicked, both 61 old guys form the North East, NY and Boston. Each of us heavy in the Printing business. I remember when you saved me from going to Treasure Chest (some people will know), you had me stick around Xerox for my second go around. You were a funny kind hearted guy and our Bi weekly phone calls. Those calls, I am sure, will be missed. So very sad you didn’t retire from Xerox when he should have, over 30 years. RIP my brother, we were always busting on each other, enjoyed your BBQ’s and friendship. Still, SHOCKED and Saddened. Rest in Peace.

  2. Suzanne and Scott Says:

    Not a day goes by since you passed that we dont think of you or utter your name or think about the times you came home on vacations down the cape and the funny stories you’d tell and make everyone laugh. It doesnt seem real that your no longer here with us we are sooo sad.You were a great husband father son and brother and were very much loved and will be very much missed we hope you are up there now with your father Ralph watching down on us.
    we will keep you in our hearts forever
    Suzanne and Scott

  3. Karen Donohue Says:

    Loved my brother, could trust him with your life, the real deal. Plus so funny if you listened to the deep gravely voice, gonna miss him forever

  4. Cindy Papisan Says:

    More than just a co-worker… You listened to me anytime I even looked like I needed to talk. You Helped me without hesitation. You gently tolerated my mistakes. You often made me laugh and always made me smile. Even though we did not see each other every day, it was comforting just knowing you were there. From out of nowhere a friendship formed. News of your passing made me so sad. I will remember you always

  5. Dan Brough Says:

    Dan i can’t believe you are gone! you were a great person and a great mentor. I remember my first day at Rockhurst you welcomed me with open arms and treated me like i had known you forever. you were always positive and became a good friend. you will be very missed very much and i wish i kept contact with you. RIP and sorry for your loss Peach Family! p.s. i will miss being called the Dan’s!

  6. Brenda Lamson Says:

    Susan my thoughts and prayers go out to you and the boys. I am here for you and I’m so sorry to hear of Dans passing. He was a nice guy and I know he will be deeply missed by many

  7. Matt Fanning Says:

    Hearing of Dan’s passing is one of those life events that I will always remember where I was and what I was doing when I got the call.
    I can say it was a blessing to work with Dan and get to know him. He was the type of guy that was there to help without you having to ask. My biggest regret is that we didn’t do more things together outside of work but the times we did; we had a blast.
    Dan was liked by so many here at work, he will be greatly missed.
    My prayers are with Susan and the boys. Dan spoke of you all the time. He truly loved his family.

  8. maynard johnson Says:

    Peach family, So So sorry to hear about Dan. I haven’t seen him in 30 plus years but I remember many funny times with him all the way back through grade school. May he rest in peace. Hope he took his fishing rod with him.

  9. Maureen Carson Says:

    To the Peach family; I’m so sorry to hear of Dan’s passing. Though I haven’t seen him in many years; I remember him fondly as one of the good kids in our neighborhood growing up. You have my deepest sympathy.

  10. Mika Webb Says:

    I just can’t believe this, Dan you made our days at Rockhurst go by smooth. You will most definitely be missed thank you for always being so supportive & helpful. Susan you & the boys are in our prayers!

  11. Deana Roark Says:

    I have not seen you in about 5 years but you have never been forgotten. I miss working with you at Rockhurst and Xerox. Rest in peace! you! Just know that you are loved and missed!

  12. Mike Kerrigan Says:

    There has not been a day that’s gone by that I haven’t thought of you since you left us and I know there will be many more to come. It will take some time to understand and except you leaving us so soon. I am glad we were able to grow up together and spend the past 46 years as close friends. We all had some really great times in Weymouth and Overland Park and I will never forget them. Until we meet up later, you will always be in thoughts and prayers.

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